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Equality Talks Podcast: Bamby Salcedo, TransLatin@ Coalition

Bamby Salcedo, TransLatin@ Coalition Bamby Salcedo serves as the President and CEO of the TransLatin@ Coalition and is a prominent and celebrated transgender Latina activist, known all over the world for her passionate and productive social, political, and economic influence. As the President and CEO of the TransLatin@ Coalition, Bamby…

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The Myth of Columbus as a hero and the significance of Indigenous Peoples' Day

For centuries, Christopher Columbus was portrayed as a heroic explorer who "discovered" The Americas. However, this narrative ignores the fact that Indigenous peoples had inhabited the continent for thousands of years before Columbus's arrival. Columbus's voyages marked the beginning of a long history of colonization, exploitation, violence against Indigenous populations,…

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ERA Coalition and Fund for Women’s Equality Statement on the Passing of Senator Dianne Feinstein

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESeptember 29, 2023Contact: cwest@eracoalition.org Washington, DC –– Zakiya Thomas, President and CEO of the ERA Coalition and Fund for Women’s Equality, statement on the passing of Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) at the age of 90: “Senator Feinstein spent her political career as an advocate and fighter for women’s…

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Latina Equal Pay Day: ERA Now

Latina Equal Pay Day is a reminder of the ongoing wage disparities faced by Latinas in the United States. Falling on October 5 this year, Latina Equal Pay Day symbolizes the extended period that Latinas must work to catch up to their white, non-Hispanic male counterparts in terms of earnings…

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Equality Talks Podcast: María Teresa Kumar, Voto Latino

María Teresa Kumar, Co-Founder and President, Voto Latino Foundation María Teresa Kumar is the co-founder and President of Voto Latino Foundation, a non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization, and its sister 501(c)(4) advocacy organization, Voto Latino. Voto Latino Foundation and Voto Latino are the largest Latino voter registration and Latino youth advocacy…

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Hispanic Heritage Month book recs for all ages

By Ava Lee-Green In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, here are some book recommendations for all ages written by Hispanic authors that center around Hispanic characters! Young Readers Plátanos are Love by Alyssa Reynoso-Morris (Author) and Mariyah Rahman (Illustrator) Where Are You From? by Yamile Saied Méndez (Author) and Jamie…

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It's not you, it's the wage gap!

The National Partnership for Women & Families is releasing two important pieces of wage gap research. In the fact sheet America’s Women and the Wage Gap, they dive into the details behind why women are paid 78 cents for every dollar paid to men and what can be done to close…

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Equal Rights Amendment Centennial Convention: A Multigenerational Push in Seneca Falls

Remember to register to attend this Sept 26 CWI noon Zoom meeting at this Registration Link. Generation Ratify, a youth led group, focusing on getting the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) into the US Constitution arranged the 100 year celebration of the first introduction of the ERA at the ERA Centennial Convention in…

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Equality Talks Podcast: Dr. Cheryl Hamlin, American Medical Women's Association

Dr. Cheryl Hamlin, AMWA Meet Dr. Cheryl Hamlin, MD. Over one year ago following the Dobbs decision, the doors closed at the last abortion clinic in Mississippi. Dr. Hamlin was one of the last doctors to serve at that clinic, also known as “The Pink House.” As a reproductive justice…

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50 years of Ms. Magazine and the Equal Rights Amendment

Our friends at Roosevelt House and Ms. Magazine invite you to a panel discussion celebrating the new book: 50 Years of Ms. THE BEST OF THE PATHFINDING MAGAZINE THAT IGNITED A REVOLUTION Panelists will reflect not only on the history of Ms. magazine, but how lessons from the past 50…

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