We pray that the Supreme Court will decide to take up our case and affirm our humanity and equality - on par with all people.
Our landmark case, pending in the Supreme Court, brings American women closer to having equal rights than ever before. Our case, Equal Means Equal, The Yellow Roses, and Katherine Weitbrecht versus David S. Ferriero, Archivist of the United States, was brought to force the Archivist to publish the Equal Rights Amendment (“ERA”) in the Constitution as the 28th Amendment (case #20-318).
If you cannot participate in the live virtual vigil on October 8th at 5pm pst (8pm est), you can still help create momentum and raise awareness in social media in the days before the #Pray4ERA event.
Please post a picture of yourself lighting a candle for equality, using the hashtags #Pray4ERA #SCOTUSCertifyERA #EqualMeansEqual and tag your friends to do the same.
Every voice counts in this fight! Get your family, friends and everyone in your social media networks to light a candle and say a prayer for equality and urge the Supreme Court to take up the case for the ERA.
Please, let us know you stand with us at this historic moment by posting your picture today and tagging #EqualMeansEqual!
Join the dozens of women’s organizations and thousands of women using the EQUAL MEANS EQUAL documentary film to reinvigorate and complete the fight for the Equal Rights Amendment!
Host a safe screening virtually from now until October 8th and educate your friends and colleagues about the importance of legal equality for women and the ERA.