It’s the 100th year anniversary of US women working for an amendment to the US Constitution. And we’re committed to expanding equality guarantees, not limiting the rights of women to speak their truth and be in charge of the big decisions impacting their lives.
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THE VOLUNTEERS WORKING FOR SUFFRAGECENTENNIALS.COM ARE EXHAUSTED
suffragecentennials.com supports adding an equal rights amendment to the US Constitution that guarantees equal rights in the US Constitution regardless of sex. We stand on the shoulders of those who have come before us. And a torch has been passed to others who are carrying on the work now and in the future. We are facing an enormous challenge. It appears as if the 100-year anniversary will come and go without a peep unless we add to the ERA support.
A BIG QUESTION FOR US ALL TO FACE
Will the United States be successful in passing an amendment to the US Constitution? Maybe. We encourage our everyone to honor the activism and sacrifices of those who have come before us, receive the equality torch, and carry on the support work.
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THE PHRASE “WE’VE COME A LONG WAY, BABY”
We have accomplished a great deal. If the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment hadn’t been successful, there wouldn’t have been as much recognition today of the enormous accomplishment of US women standing up for our rights. In 2023, however, it will have been 100 years since US women will have been working on an equal rights amendment to the US Constitution.
WHAT DO YOU MEAN THAT THE EQUALITY OUTCOME IS UP TO US?
It’s up to present-day generations of women to address this question and honor those who have come before us. We have been working for 100 years for an amendment to the US Constitution guaranteeing equal rights. This unfinished business must be addressed.
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