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The ERA is a very simple, straightforward amendment putting protection for women directly into the United States Constitution.
The entire text of the proposed amendment is: Section 1. Constitution were all white, landholding (and many slave-holding) men. Constitution reflects our most sacred values and ratifying the ERA would help gender equality become a bedrock value of American society.
It is important to note that unlike the ERA, the 27th Amendment never had a deadline affixed to it of any kind, but 37 years compared to 200 doesn't seem too long for the ratification process. The ERA has a 2-year enactment clause and is not likely to usher in a huge amount of immediate change in the short term.
But, in the long term, it would be a permanent protection against laws that discriminate on the basis of gender.
Also, piecemeal laws like Title IX and the Equal Pay Act are not permanent protections for women and can be rescinded or replaced at any time. also needs to walk-the-walk when it comes to international human rights standards and protections for women.
Plus, without women being fully protected in the Constitution, it’s easier to pass and keep sexist laws on the books. Our Constitution is weaker than many other countries because it does not specifically address gender.
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In a promising step, Nevada was the first state since 1982 to ratify the amendment in 2017. The first step is to fill the gap and get the 3 additional states required to ratify the ERA.
So far, Nevada (March 2017) and Illinois (May 2018) have done so. The next most-likely-to-ratify states are currently: Virginia, Arizona, North Carolina and Florida.
It would give our nation’s next generation a permanent, invaluable tool for gender equality. See this ERA Action Sheet and sign up to receive ERA alerts and actions from Equality Now.
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