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ERA Coalition + Dendrofemonology on the National Mall

DENDROFEMONOLOGY: A FEMINIST HISTORY TREE RING ON THE NATIONAL MALL IN WASHINGTON, DC A FOUR-DAY ART INSTALLATION AND ACTIVATION NOVEMBER 1 – 4, 2023 Presented by: National Women's History Museum, Women Connect4Good, and Let it Ripple With more than 93,000 races on the ballot this November that could affect women’s…

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So you want to talk about the ERA…Good luck

By Meaghan Kiely, Policy and Partnerships Intern Growing up as a girl who was always fascinated by government and politics, of course I read all of those “Who/What Was” historical children's books. You know, the ones with the caricature of whatever historical figure or event they talked about on the…

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DENDROFEMONOLOGY: The Feminist History Tree Ring

The ERA Coalition has joined up in support of a new and exciting project, and we would LOVE for you to be part of it, too! There are 93,000 races on the ballot this November that affect women’s rights, trans rights, and reproductive freedom. Join us as we stand together…

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Celebrating National Sisters Day

By Jenny Horn Today we are celebrating National Sisters Day by taking a look at some of the most powerful, influential, and extraordinary sisters today and throughout history in the United States. At the Equal Rights Amendment Coalition, we seize every occasion to celebrate such women, looking to those who…

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Founding Mothers

By Jenny Horn On March 31st, 1776, Abigail Adams wrote to her husband, John Adams, urging him and the other members of the Continental Congress not to forget about the nation’s women when fighting for America’s independence from Great Britain. “I long to hear that you have declared an independency.…

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On the founding of our country: books TBR

In our latest edition of "books to add to your To Be Read pile (TBR)", we want to recommend three books that talk about some of the founding aspects of our country. And let's face it, with all the talk about trying to keep Critical Race Theory and our country's…

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