The Call

The Call continues to grow and women around the world as women are emboldened and empowered to be fully included in the conversations as they address the many intersectional social justice issues that span the globe.

Please join us each Sunday and help build the groundswell.  The collaboration of grassroots organizers, lobbyists, and professionals is dedicated to promoting and educating folks across the United States of America to empowering women around the world.

LET’S PASS THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT  

NATIONAL WEEKLY SUNDAY CALL

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HOSTS

 

Helene de Boissiere-Swanson: Katrina’s Dream co-founded Katrina’s Dream along with her late husband William Gaines Swanson and father-in-law the Rev. George Gaines Swanson and the Rev. Robert T. Coolidge in the days following her mother-in-law’s death.  She took vows with and serves Bishop Musonda Selwyn Mwamba the Honorary Bishop of Chelmsford. She dreams of the world where believers and non-believers alike dialogue through “Love Co-existence” and come together utilizing the African way of “Ubunto” to address issues as they arise that affect humanity and the planet.

Sharon J. Hill:  Public Eye Report Hill is the Principle of Public Eye Relations, human relations, and multi-media consulting service, located in Powder Springs, Georgia. An advocate and community leader serving with local and national organizations, Hill has facilitated program development, capacity building, organized for effective impact, and guided digital media imprinting, for effective global outreach.

 

Tammy Simkins: One Rural Woman  Simkins became an advocate for the ratification of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment (E.R.A.) in 2012. That year she learned through her women and gender studies at Ohio University that the E.R.A. had not yet finished the ratification process. As an American, Tammy was outraged to discover that the E.R.A.’s absence from the Constitution means sex discrimination is not outlawed under national law. As a woman–a mother, a daughter, a sister, and friend–she was alarmed as to what the future might hold for a country when it fails to include in its bedrock documents this simple guarantee: “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.” Ever since Tammy learned the truth, she has remained committed, continuing to do all she can to see the E.R.A.’s ratification.

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