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Equal Means Equal. The Movie

Equal Means Equal.  The Movie

Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, the culmination of a lifetime's work on the part of millions of Women & dozens of Organizations and Individuals is about to happen in our Lifetime.

This is thanks in no small part to the people at Equal Means Equal who are currently suing in Federal Court to make this happen.

On June 1st, Equal Means Equal and its co-plaintiffs accused the Trump administration of causing “catastrophic legal injury” by refusing to carry out the will of the people and acknowledging the Equal Rights Amendment became the 28th Amendment to the Constitution when Virginia ratified the measure on January 27th of 2020.

People like Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsberg & Gloria Steinem who are Feminist Living Legends are about to see their dream of having the ERA Ratified happen in their lifetime.

Kamala Lopez's "Equal Means Equal" highlights the plethora of reason WHY the Equal Rights Amendment is still relevant & very much needed in this day & age.

This week I finally had the time to buy & watch her important Documentary film about the state of Sexism & Misogyny that women face every day.

So I've been doing this for just about a minute now - and studying how our Past effects our Present & Future and learning as much as I can about the Women's Rights Movement, Sexism & Misogyny in the Present Day.

No need to study what's happening in the year 2020. I, like so many American women have lived this nightmare ourselves.

This Web Page was started on August 26, 2016 "Women's Equality Day," & my first Blog Post was on July 4th, 2017 in direct response to two things:

1. The Job Discrimination I faced every day because I am a WOMAN &

2. The disturbing Bullying during the 2016 Presidential Campaigns.

These are my reasons for doing what I do.

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