National Black Voter Day is a grassroots effort to engage Black communities through education, canvassing, organizing, door-to-door leaf footing, power building, social and mainstream media to register, educate, and mobilize people to vote and vote continuously.
In recognition of this week being National Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) Week, it is important to discuss the history behind such instrumental institutions.
September is PCOS Awareness Month, and here at the Equal Rights Amendment Coalition we know it is vital for women and those individuals with female reproductive organs to be the best advocates for themselves to get the care they deserve. Continue reading to learn more about the syndrome, what it may look like, and why it’s important to raise awareness today.
This is a great opportunity for somebody passionate about equal rights and social media to learn from experts and help elevate marginalized and historically underrepresented voices fighting for equality. The Social Media Assistant will work closely with the Social Media Strategist and the Equal Voice | Equal Future team.
The ERA Coalition announced the second 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 hear directly from candidates across the country about their position on the Equal Rights Amendment.
August 26, the anniversary of the certification of the 19th amendment, is often known as Women’s Equality Day. Yet with our voting and reproductive rights under attack, women today have fewer rights than we’ve had in decades.