EITHER WE TRASH AND BASH, OR OPEN THE DOORS TO JUSTICE
The momentum for a US amendment to the US Constitution has been ongoing since 1923. Think about it. Close to 100 years. When activists across the nation realized that US women had been voting for 100 years in 2020, there was a full-out effort to celebrate. Toon bad that it happened during a serious worldwide pandemic, but numerous volunteers had been fully behind the effort for at least a decade. It was terrific. It was long overdue. The emphasis was more on the externals rather than the “why,” but this seems to be an emphasis of what’s to come.
THE 2020 VICTORY OF THE SUFFRAGE CENTENNIAL WAS SWEET
All sorts of folks were involved during 2020. Diverse individuals and organizations jumped on board. They scheduled centennial celebration events, conferences, observances, and much more to celebrate 100 years of women voting. It was an outpouring of awareness that was only partially overwhelmed by serious domestic and international concern over the pressing issues of our nation and international affairs.
WILL WE CELEBRATE THE PASSAGE OF AN EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT TO THE US CONSTITUTION IN 2023?
Either 2023 will be an opportunity for celebration with the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment to the US Constitution. Or it will be a reminder of the polarization and damage that has taken over in the realm of reverting back to the past when men ruled the world and anyone else who disagreed was trashed and bashed, marginalized, or made invisible.
JOIN THOSE WHO ARE KEEPING AN EYE ON THE PRIZE
Mark 2023 as the year that is the centennial of those working to assure the passage of an Equal Rights Amendment to the US Constitution.
Or will we continue to be a house and nation divided?
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