ERA in the News: June 23 - 26, 2019

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ERA Day is almost upon us! We are so excited to take back June 30 and celebrate the leaders who have fought and are fighting every day for the Equal Rights Amendment. For more information, please read this column from our Committee Member Jessica Laus in today's Burlington County Times. 

We hope you'll join us on June 30 at noon at the Alice Paul Institute. We'll have a full day of Equal Rights Amendment education and craft vendors, followed by an afternoon with Equal Means Equal, who will be hosting ERA Day's 80's Happy Hour. We'll have wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as food from The Fabulous Fig food truck. 

 The itinerary for the day is:

· 11am-12pm:  Vendor & Organization Set-Up

· 12pm:  Craft Fair Opens

· 12pm - 1pm:  Registration & Check-In

· 1pm - 3pm:  Panel Discussion, Q & A

· 3pm - 5pm:  Happy Hour Networking, Craft Fair continues

· 5pm:  Event Ends, Craft Fair Closes

· 5-6pm:  Vendor & Organization Breakdown

Can't make it? Please join us in celebrating online. Wear your green and hashtag your ERA Day celebrations with #ERADay2019. It is a perfect day to download things from our #ERAToolkit to share on your social media networks! Or find us on Facebook to watch the live stream of our panel discussion.

Now onto the news....

Green states are where the ERA was in the news.

Green states are where the ERA was in the news.


June 25 Success 50 years after Stonewall, Washington Blade

June 25 Bria Henderson Joins 'Mrs. America,' Deadline

June 26 2020 Democrat Julian Castro revives the call for the Equal Rights AmendmentThe Week Magazine 

June 26 Democrats gave the wrong answers about the gender pay gapVox

June 26 The Key Moments from the First Presidential Primary Debate, Refinery 29

June 26 There Were 3 Women Onstage, and a Man Had a Lot to Say About His Work on Abortion The New York TImes

June 27 Fact-checking the Democratic presidential debateAlton Telegraph 

June 27 Kamala Harris attacks Joe Biden's record on busing and working with segregationistsCNBC

June 27 2020 Democrat Tulsi Gabbard answered a question about equal pay by talking about 9/11 by talking about 9/11, Business Insider



June 25 Solvang Friendraider: A Membership and ERA Event, Santa Barbara Independent



June 26 Five proposed women's rights laws, Colorado Springs Independent



June 25 League of Women Voters to read the Declaration Sentiments on July 4, Evening Observer

June 26 I On Politics, Western Queens Gazette



June 24 Monday's letters: Project priority, Lexington Dispatch


June 27 Democrats try to break through the noise in a crowded first debate of 2020 campaignWFMZ Allentown



June 24 Virginia Special Session on Gun Violence Hinges on Whether Speaker Cox Will Allow Floor Votes, Blue Virginia

June 24 Virginia Dems call on GOP to bring gun control bills up for a vote, The Center Square



June 25 Judy Goldsmith of FLD led the national women's movement. The struggle isn't over, she says, Fond du Lac Reporter

Thank you,

Erica Young for the APAC