ERA Supporters Adopt a Strategic Pivot; It’s Their Final Push to Make the Amendment a Reality

Helene de Boissiere addresses the Florida press in May 2015 on her historic 7000 -mile pilgrimage that to Nevada's ratification first state in over 35 years to ratify. Photo Credit Linda Miklowitz.

  WASHINGTON, April 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Having successfully shepherded the Equal Rights Amendment through ratification by the remaining three states and approval of House Joint Resolution 17 by the U.S. House of Representatives on March 17, 2021, ERA supporters have now adopted a strategic pivot to surmount the final hurdle—approval by the U.S. Senate. Helene de Boissiere addresses…
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Is Rape Serious?

By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF Published: April 29, 2009 The New York Times When a woman reports a rape, her body is a crime scene. She is typically asked to undress over a large sheet of white paper to collect hairs or fibers, and then her body is examined with an ultraviolet light, photographed and thoroughly…
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Sex Trafficking in America

As you read these words a young man is waiting to pick up his next sex slave outside a group foster home near you. He is a pimp. He knows his job. He learned it when he was in jail for dealing drugs. “What you do,” he was told, “is find a group home for…
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Sally Hemings & Her Sisters

“When a woman says no to a man, she subliminally looks death in the face.  Men have not only more physical strength—and the threat of that strength is always there, consciously or unconsciously—but in today’s society of inequality, men usually have more status and power than women.  If women learn not to be afraid of…
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