Join the Fund for Women’s Equality/ERA Coalition and some of our partner organizations for a live interactive discussion on Instagram, with generous funding from the Harnisch Foundation. We’ll be discussing the intersection of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), along with the importance of Women’s Equality Day, which was August 26.
No need to pre-register, just follow @ERAcoalition on Instagram and you’ll see a notification when we go live on August 30 at 3 pm Eastern.
Join the Utah Equal Rights Coalition on August 26 at 5:30 p.m. at the Utah State Capitol to rally on behalf of the women who dedicated their lives to fighting for equal rights in Utah, and the women who keep the flame burning.
Justice Christine Durham recently retired from the Utah Supreme Court where she served as Chief Justice and Chair of the Judicial of the Utah Judicial Court.
Carol Lynn Pearson author of Goodbye, I Love You, a memory of her marriage to a gay man who died of AIDS in 1984, and Finding Mother God, exploring the absence and necessity of the Feminine Divine.
Lucy Malin, Utah Resident and former active member of the National Organization for Women.
Join us on Women’s Equality Day Thursday, August 26 at 4:30 p.m. at Perry Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Fox Cities Campus for The Woman’s Hour, featuring award-winning author, journalist and speaker Elaine Weiss.
In her book, The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote, Weiss provides a gripping account of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. A wine and hors d’œuvre reception will precede the program, which starts at 5:45 p.m. Elaine Weiss will sign copies of her book following the program.
Tickets are $5 and required in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door. The registration deadline is August 20, 2021.
Join the Sentinels of The Long Beach Suffrage 100 in the Last Stand for Voting Rights and the Equal Rights Amendment. This is our final gathering as the LB Suffrage 100.
We all know that Suffrage is Unfinished Business. The vote is our voice and it is in jeopardy across the U.S. Stand with us for the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, The For The People Act, and the Equal Rights Amendment. These constitutional rights all rely on abolishing the filibuster.
At this exact same time, thousands of women will be standing on the steps of the Supreme Court for the ERA. It has never been closer to passage. We cannot miss this moment to assure Constitutional equality for all.
Wear a Mask & Bring a Sign & Stand for the VOTE
Join us at Paulsdale in Mount Laurel, New Jersey for an afternoon of fun and engaging activities for the whole family as a celebration of the Equal Rights Amendment’s past, present, and future!
Join the Feminist Majority, the ERA Coalition, the National Organization for Women (NOW), the National Congress of Black Women, Transformative Justice Coalition, Generation Ratify, ERA Minnesota, and other organizations at a rally on August 26, Thursday, at noon ET on the steps in front of the Supreme Court of the United States, across from the Senate.
We expect leaders and activists from across the nation to be in attendance. #Rally4ERA
Vaccination encouraged, masks required!
Join the ERA-NC Alliance on Thursday, August 26th from 10 a.m. to noon at the N.C. Statehouse as we celebrate women’s right to vote and demand ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment!
The Statehouse is located at 16 W. Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27601.
Our speakers include:
– ERA ratification bill lead sponsors, Reps. Julie Von Haefen and Susan -Fisher, and Sens. Natalie Murdock and Natasha Marcus,
– Former N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley, and
– Mandy Carter, co-founder of Southerners on New Ground and the National Black Justice Coalition.
Charlottesville NOW will host a forum of Virginia House of Delegate candidates from districts in the greater Charlottesville region who support issues important to women and their families.
Invited candidates include:
25th — Jennifer Kitchen (Albemarle, Augusta, Rockingham)
30th — Annette Hyde (Orange, Culpeper, Madison)
56th — Blakely Lockhart (Louisa, Henrico, Goochland, Spotsylvania)
57th — Sally Hudson (Charlottesville, Albemarle)
58th — Sara Ratcliffe (Albemarle, Greene, Fluvanna, Rockingham)
59th — Ben Moses (Albemarle, Nelson, Buckingham, Appomattox, Campbell)