People think the ERA passed. People know the ERA did not pass. People think we don't need it. People know we do need it. The Equal Rights Amendment has been misunderstood, ignored and treasured since 1923. Written by Alice Paul and edited to its final form, these twenty four words are held dear by a handful of people who are dedicated to Constitutionality for all Americans.
Thirty-five states ratified by the deadline June 30, 1982, three states short of the thirty-eight required for a constitutional amendment. Whether or not the deadline is legal remains unknown, as it was an extraordinary requirement. What does remain is fervent activists, stalwart opposition and Congressional support.
ERA Once and For All is a national movement with the mission statement that includes:
- support all strategies for the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment
- distribution of information on the current status of the ERA
- education on the history of the ERA
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