Only one more state is needed to pass the Equal Rights Amendment.Let's finish the job. Find out if your state is still unratified.
It was a massive effort. We mobilized 100 volunteers and put up 3500 posters on 9 campuses across the state and in the downtown areas of cities near the universities. EQUAL MEANS EQUAL thanks Carmen Linero-Lopez from Feminist Majority Campus, Jami Parrish and Bonnie Aaronson from Tucson NOW, Dianne Post from ERA Task Force AZ and student organizers Lauren Brown & Ayesha Ahsan for their hard work.
EQUAL MEANS EQUAL also hosted two big concerts (Thursday November 1st in Tucson and Saturday November 3rd in Tempe) to help get out the student vote.
Equal Means Equal will keep you informed of the status of ratification in your state and what actions you can take locally to pass the ERA.
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Join the dozens of women’s organizations and thousands of women using the EQUAL MEANS EQUAL documentary film to reinvigorate the fight for the Equal Rights Amendment!
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In 1776, our nation declared that all men are created equal and are endowed with inalienable rights, leaving women to fight for equal treatment under the law. This has been at the foundation of over 240 years of discriminatory attitudes and treatment of half the country’s population.
It’s time the Constitution acknowledged women’s rights as citizens of this country. The Equal Rights Amendment will set a precedent that guarantees equality, justice, and respect for all people under the law. Only when Equal Means Equal can we all meet our true potential.
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