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Equality Talks: The Official ERA Podcast
Equality Talks: The Official ERA Podcast

Equality Talks: The Official ERA Podcast

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A movement of millions for equality. This is the official ERA Coalition podcast presented by our media hub, Equal Voices. Together with 290 partner organizations representing over 80 million champions for equality, Equality Talks uplifts and amplifies the voices of this movement, especially from communities most affected by systemic oppression and exclusion from mainstream media. Hosted by nationally acclaimed radio host and Equal Voices Elisa Parker, Equality Talks bridges the intersections of equality, justice, and social activism to unify as a collective and change the status quo. “This podcast provides a voice to this movement of movements for equality, and highlights a team of advocates and leaders who have united to advance the fight for equality for all.” said Parker. “These are the stories of everyday heroes, the advocates who are creating systemic change, told in their own voices.” Equality Talks focuses on the key facets of equality across all communities, including everything from gender, racial, economic and reproductive justice, to labor, immigrant, and LGBTQ+ rights. Programming for the month of June highlights Generation Ratify speaking about the youth movement for the Equal Rights Amendment, advocates supporting LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and members of the Congressional ERA Caucus speaking about Juneteenth. The ERA Coalition was founded in 2014 to bring concerted, organized action to the effort to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. The ERA Coalition has a sister organization, the Fund for Women’s Equality, which promotes public education and outreach on the need for constitutional equality. Composed of more than 290 organizations across the country representing millions of people, the Coalition is a movement of movements focused on overall equality in the United States. While the effort to amend the constitution to include sex equality began nearly a century ago, our renewed efforts are centered on women of color (African American, Asian American/Pacific Islander, Latina, and Native American), gender-nonconforming and transgender women and girls, and nonbinary people – those who are most impacted by systemic inequities. www.eracoalition.org and equal voice.org

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