In today’s society, equality is a fundamental value that transcends all industries and sectors. Restaurants, as important social spaces where people gather, have a unique opportunity to champion equality and make a positive impact on society.
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The Power of Equality: Why It Matters in America
In the United States of America, the concept of equality has been at the forefront of societal progress. From the founding principles of the nation to ongoing social movements, equality has played a vital role in shaping the American identity. Let’s explore why equality is crucial in America, highlighting its significance across various aspects of … Continue reading The Power of Equality: Why It Matters in America
Asian American and Pacific Islander women fighting for equality in the U.S.
From advocating for immigrant rights to combating anti-Asian hate crimes, AAPI women continue to make their voices heard and drive positive change in the United States. We are highlighting a few of the AAPI women who are fighting today for a more equal nation in honor of AAPI Heritage Month!
ERA Coalition Statement on the Senate Failing to Advance Bipartisan Resolution to Affirm the Equal Rights Amendment and Remove the Time Limit
Washington, DC –– Today upon learning that the Senate did not vote for cloture on SJ Res 4, the bipartisan resolution to affirm the validity of the Equal Rights Amendment, ERA Coalition and Fund for Women’s Equality President and CEO Zakiya Thomas released the following statement: “A bipartisan majority of Senators are now on record … Continue reading ERA Coalition Statement on the Senate Failing to Advance Bipartisan Resolution to Affirm the Equal Rights Amendment and Remove the Time Limit
Strengthening Our Economy Through the Equal Rights Amendment & Equality for All
For those who doubt the ERA, here is why it is beneficial for all of us.
The Intersection of Gender and Race: How the Equal Rights Amendment Advances Racial Justice
The Equal Rights Amendment is related to racial justice because of the intersectionality of oppression and more.