My Era, my ERA.This blog is about what the Equal Rights Amendment means to everyday Americans. Men, women, teens, adults, share your story and read ours. This is our era, and our Equal Rights Amendment. Join us.
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Marisella Rodriguez, Former NOW Communications Intern You can’t be what you can’t see – Marie Wilson, founding president of The White House Project My body is far from perfect. I don’t have perfectly rounded, large breasts, my hips and thighs … Continue reading
JESSICA GRANT, NOW Communications Intern I love movies. I love seeing stories come to life with superb acting, beautiful cinematography, intriguing storylines, and the list goes on. To me movies are much more than entertainment — they are an art … Continue reading
MARISELLA RODRIGUEZ, NOW Communications Intern I am exhausted. Some days I go to bed so beat, I am amazed I made it out of bed in the first place. This consuming fatigue has nothing to do with one day’s worth … Continue reading
GEORGIA MACLEAN, NOW Field Intern “I wasn’t looking at what you were doing, I was looking at you baby…” “Hey honey you’d be so much prettier if you smiled at me…” “Daaaamn!” The Equal Rights Amendment means a day of … Continue reading
ALYSON WEISS, NOW Field Intern Last month, I participated in a time-honored tradition amongst the feminist community: I attended a rally supporting the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). The ERA, first drafted by Alice Paul in 1923, is a constitutional amendment … Continue reading