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Reviving the ERA to Assure Equality

  • Article by: EDITORIAL BOARD , Star Tribune Updated: August 28, 2014 – 6:52 PM

Even today, the U.S. Constitution should guarantee gender justice.

It seemed to be a blast from the past: A group of former and present legislators and feminist leaders announced at the State Fair this week that a busload of Minnesota feminist activists would travel to Washington, D.C., for a Sept. 718 more words


Equality: Celebrate It, Promote It, Use It or Lose It!


Equality: Celebrate It, Promote It, Use It or Lose It



This past Tuesday, August 26 was Women’s Equality Day. Congress (and more particularly, Bella Abzug) enacted Equality Day in 1971 to commemorate the anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. 839 more words


Era of Reason/ Era de Razón


Yes, we are living in the era of reason, understanding and self-awareness, but little do we judge between spiritual exfoliation and bewilderment.
Everyone is wrong and you are right on any subject, whether or not you agree on any subject with anyone. 168 more words

ERA old school new age



Some old school new age music… loved this growing up. Does anyone recognize this 8 more words


I got the results of my second Endometrial Receptivity Array (ERA) biopsy back today and my eyes were met with a big, bold, capitalized “RECEPTIVE”. The tears were not long to follow – tears of relief, tears of hope, all mixed in with a dash of apprehension. 169 more words

Rep. Speier the Equal Rights Amendment and What is Needed

Rep. Speier the Equal Rights Amendment and What is Needed.

Our Constitution granted women the right to vote 94 years ago, but efforts to ban discrimination based on sex have never earned constitutional status. 449 more words

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Celebrate Women’s Equality Day By Supporting Constitutional Equality for Oregon Women

April 26 is Women’s Equality Day, the day designated by the United States Congress to commemorate the 1919 passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution granting women the right to vote.  282 more words