The Equal Rights Amendment Factor: Reproductive Rights, Justice and Health

Join the ERA Coalition/Fund for Women’s Equality explores the connection between the Equal Rights Amendment and human right to personal bodily autonomy, reproductive rights, and the right to parent children in safe and sustainable communities, including access to health care for pregnant and newly parenting persons.

We’ll be joined in conversation by Leila Abolfazli, David Cohen, and Marcela Howell, with special remarks from Rep. Judy Chu.

Ignoring Precedent: Stop Making Women’s Equality a Political Question Mark

By Don. W. Wilson and Lisa Sales On January 27, 2022, standing before the White House in below freezing temperatures just as the suffragists had done in 1917, Americans marked the two-year anniversary of… Continue reading Ignoring Precedent: Stop Making Women’s Equality a Political Question Mark

Is Gender Equality Attainable in the United States?

By Saroya How has gender equality affected the experiences of women in the United States? Will gender equality progress? For my project, I decided to explore whether or not gender… Continue reading Is Gender Equality Attainable in the United States?

Fair Play

Fair Play tackles the pressing issue of gender inequality at home, which saw 2 million women leave the workforce during the pandemic. Women have historically shouldered domestic and care work… Continue reading Fair Play

Isabel Dolan: The Exploration of Gender in Art and Politics

How we would represent politicians if we lived in a matriarchal society that celebrated gender and identity.  How does gender and identity intersect with art?  I was inspired by the… Continue reading Isabel Dolan: The Exploration of Gender in Art and Politics

Nia: What Equality Means to Me

GlobalGirl Media-LA develops the voice and media literacy of teenage girls and young women, ages 14-22, in under-served communities by teaching them to create and share digital journalism designed to… Continue reading Nia: What Equality Means to Me

Janiyah, What About the Pay Gap

The pay gap can defined as a difference in earnings between men and woman. This gap can be caused by a number of factors, including race, ethnicity, education and more.… Continue reading Janiyah, What About the Pay Gap

RI, Video Game Harassment

The field of video games has historically been dominated by men. When women join a hobby, like video-gaming, that men believe are specifically meant for them, men may feel insecure.… Continue reading RI, Video Game Harassment

Kayla and Eden: Women in Sports

My topic focuses on gender inequity between female and male sports within the school system, specifically within the high schools, Providence St. Mel and De La Salle Institute. We chose… Continue reading Kayla and Eden: Women in Sports

Saroya and Victoria, Gender Equality in Chicago

For our project, we wanted to look at gender equality in Chicago, specifically through a historical lens, by creating a video. To make our video, we did research on Chicago’s… Continue reading Saroya and Victoria, Gender Equality in Chicago