New York City - Washington, DC
July 8th, 2016 - July 23rd, 2016
"We shall not be safe until the principle of equal rights is written into the framework of our government.” - Alice Paul, 1923
"I would say that each of us has only one thing to gain from the feminist movement: our whole humanity." - Gloria Steinem, 1979
"There are no more excuses." - Kamala Lopez, 2016
"The Vietnam War ended in part because rock and roll music brought attention to the injustices of the world. The Civil Rights movement was spearheaded by poets and activists calling out their leaders. I am an artist, it is my duty to society to help stop centuries of discrimination against women." - Natalie White, 2016
The Natalie White for Equal Rights, (curated by Laura O'Reilly of Wallplay) exhibition served as a launching platform for a highly successful, two week, 250 mile, march from New York City to Washington, DC, bringing attention to the lack of ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.
The #MarchForERA was an amazing success, and it created a framework that continues to be instrumental in giving a voice to the cause, as a member of the ERA Coalition Natalie White for Equal Rights, and the #MarchForERA campaign, continues to join feminists across the globe. The equality of women and men will improve the well being of the entire American family as a unit and Natalie has joined with Kamala Lopez. director of Equal Means Equal, Activist Patricia Arquette, Senator Ben Cardin and U.S. Representative Jackie Speier, along with activist luminaries such as Jessica Neuwirth, Author, and Lawrence O'Donnell (of The Last Word on MSNBC) in helping the nation understand our need for the ERA.
We here at #MarchForERA encourage you to call your representatives and ask,
"What are you doing to get the ERA ratified today?"
#MakeAmericaThinkAgain Visit http://www.eracoalition.org, To Learn More Today and/or watch the incredibly informative film, Equal Means Equal, today.