Today, The ERA Coalition / Fund for Women’s Equality announced Equal Voice | Equal Future, a new digital hub to elevate the voices of historically underrepresented communities. Equal Voice | Equal Future is the brainchild of women and gender expansive people of color, and puts the voices of young people, LGBTQIA+ people, BIPOC, and other underrepresented communities front and center to tell their first-hand stories for the purpose of influencing policymakers and fueling economic and cultural change in support of these communities — including enshrining the Equal Rights Amendment in the Constitution.
On April 27th, we did what not a lot of New York locals are willing to do…spent more than an hour in Times Square. The ERA Coalition spent Wednesday supporting our new partners, the POTUS Coalition, at their Time Square Rally for Women. With the opening of POTUS or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying To Keep Him Alive, Broadway is now putting the issue of gender inequality at center stage.
Want to change the world? Want to put your money where your mouth is but you’re not sure how? We talked to the folks at Gender Fair to learn a little more about their app (and browser extension) and decided to try it out for ourselves!
A Black lesbian woman, Audre Lorde’s writing has been very formative in political thought and queer theory. She is most known for her quote, “The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house.”
Earlier this week, Maya Angelou became the first Black woman on the U.S. quarter – the start of the rollout of the American Women Quarters Program, a four year endeavor in which the Mint will release five new quarter designs per year.
2020 was rough. So was 2021. And 2022, we’ll have our work cut out for us as we continue to fight a global pandemic while we continue to fight for equality. But we need to get you all fired up, so two of our favorite interns, Jenny Horn and Aryana Goodarzi, pulled together a list of books that have inspired them.