“We’ve been fighting for sex equality for a century, and our mission is as fiercely urgent today as it was 100 years ago. It’s more important than ever that we enshrine the ERA in the Constitution, because our rights depend on it.”
Category: Press Releases
ERA Coalition Statement on Passage of the Respect for Marriage Act
Access to abortion was not the only issue to come under attack after the Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade in their Dobbs decision; same sex marriage was also highlighted by the court as fodder for repeal.
WOMAN Corp announces impressive Board of Directors
Gloria Steinem, Julianne Moore, Rosanna Arquette and Aisha Tyler Among the A-List Advocates Supporting this Innovative Women’s Rights Initiative
ERA Coalition/FFWE statement on the verdict of death in the trial of Iranian protesters
More than 15,000 protesters remain in detention after unrest following the death of Mahsa Amini. The ERA Coalition supports freedom and equality for women and for all people, both in the United States and abroad. Those standing up against oppression will be on the right side of history.
ERA Coalition Launches Woman Corp to Raise Awareness About the 179 Million Women in the U.S. With Fewer Rights Than Corporations
Despite 100 years of marching and protesting, and 50 years since the initial passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, the amendment has not been published. Through WOMAN Corp, the ERA Coalition hopes to empower Americans to continue to fight this prodigious inequality and mobilize congress to pass legislation to affirm the Equal Rights Amendment is part of the Constitution.
ERA Coalition Announces Third Slate of Federal Candidates with ERA Certification Stamp of Approval
The ERA Coalition announced the third slate of federal candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate who have been awarded the ERA Certification Stamp of Approval. Earlier this year, the ERA Coalition launched Elect Equality, a new campaign to provide voters with the opportunity to learn from candidates across the country about their position on the Equal Rights Amendment.