equal rights amendment
The comedian emphasized that a constitutional amendment would be safe from Donald Trump.
"The Orange is the New Black" actress will portray the first black woman in Congress in the series about the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment.
The actress spoke Tuesday at the House’s first meeting on the Equal Rights Amendment in 36 years.
Michelle Sutherland was recreating Virginia’s state flag, which features a goddess' exposed breast, when she was arrested for indecent exposure.
"We just captured the House, and now we’re going to show what we’re going to do with it," the star congresswoman told the crowd.
Illinois is the 37th state to approve the amendment. Ratification by just one more state could get it added to the U.S. Constitution.
For decades, women have been fighting for an equal rights amendment. Gun owners, mostly men, have had the Second Amendment for centuries.
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For more information, visit the Equal Means Equal website. To find out if there’s a screening near you, or to host a screening
The original push to pass the ERA fell just three states short.