equal rights amendment

The Equal Rights Amendment, which ensures women have equal protections under the law, should become the 28th Amendment of the Constitution this week.
The Equal Rights Amendment, which would prohibit sex discrimination, was introduced nearly 100 years ago. With a new president and a Democratic Congress, advocates say its chances are better than ever.
The House passed a bill Thursday that would help revive the Equal Rights Amendment. Plus, there’s a new generation keeping it alive.
Virginia became the 38th state to ratify the ERA, which would put women in the Constitution.
The war over women's equality is just getting going, and it’s going to be bruising with the Trump administration already signaling its stand against the ERA.
With Democrats finally in control, the state is poised to take the ERA over a crucial hurdle.
Human Rights Campaign, ACLU told GLAAD to quit its “dangerous” push for an LGBTQ constitutional 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.