From Women’s Suffrage to the ERA, a Century-Long Push for Equality
The Equal Rights Amendment was finally passed by Congress in 1972, and within a year 30 of the 38 states needed had ratified it. In January, Virginia became the latest state to ratify. Immediately, there were challenges. Released in collaboration with PBS, American Experience, we tell the story of the long – and continuing – path to passage.
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