ERA 101 is ready for your viewing. Learn where the Equal Rights Amendment stands and what is planned to ratify this amendment in Arizona!
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A pro-life Republican Representative from Illinois comes to Utah to speak with Republican and conservative legislators and constituents in support of the Equal Rights Amendment. Part one.
A pro-life Republican Representative from Illinois comes to Utah to speak with Republican and conservative legislators and constituents in support of the Equal Rights Amendment. Part two.
"Imagine making history and finally passing the Equal Rights Amendment to give women complete protection under the constitution."
"It's 2019, people, we really need for women to have autonomy over our bodies, our reproductive health, and our basic health in general."
Kat, originally from Virginia, speaks from Wellington, New Zealand and supports the Equal Rights Amendment, "it's the right thing to do."
Shari is an American living in Germany. She says "Let's show the women around the world that we (in the USA) also care about women."
Meredith is an American citizen from Illinois and votes from abroad. She supports ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment.
Anna Marie is an American citizen from Texas who lives outside Paris France. She votes from abroad and encourages passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.
Michelle Lee is the founder of Athena Rising Now, LLC, a women’s and mother’s empowerment coach for 16 years and is as powerful conduit of the Sacred Feminine. She deeply understands that when women are healed the planet can thrive.
Michelle’s Soul’s purpose and mission is to transform the female experience on the planet by helping women understand their true worth, identify their Soul’s purpose and turn it into a thriving business that fits their desired lifestyle. www.athenarisingnow.com
From Ecuador: Before the 1970s, women in Ecuador had almost no rights as individuals. The 1970s and 1980s were filled with equal rights activism work, and in 1994 a law was enacted that allowed women to take legal action against abusive men. In 2008, women were finally given equal civil, political, social and economic rights as men, including the rights to decide freely on their sexual and reproductive health decisions.