Tag: equal rights
Late January marked the 49th anniversary of Roe. V. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion nationwide. It could very well...
"The point is for there to really be a loss, that is, for this day to happen without us. ...It had to be something like this, radical and cutting, so that the loss for everyone would be seen, or rather the absence, the lack of our presence."
Thousands of women peacefully marched in solidarity with women of the world on International Women’s Day.
The ongoing fight to finally make the ERA Article 28 of the Constitution will certainly provide us with many new ones.
"To build fairer and more inclusive economies we must instill gender parity across education, health, politics, and economic participation."
Forty-five years after the first Equality Act, our national understanding of gender has changed significantly.
A bill by Rep. Jackie Spear would eliminate the 1982 deadline, leaving the ERA just one state away from becoming a part of the U.S. Constitution.
“This is a complete victory for our plaintiffs and all transgender service members, who are now once again able to serve on equal terms and without the threat of being discharged.”
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