When the Constitution was written in 1787, “we the people” referred only to white men. To this day, the Constitution still does not have an amendment that explicitly guarantees women equal rights. It came close in 1972 – Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) and thirty-five states ratified the amendment, but it ultimately fell short of approval by three states and was never added to the Constitution.
To put it bluntly, women are still not considered equal under law in the United States of America.
Suffragist Alice Paul wrote the Equal Rights Amendment in 1921 and today a new generation of women and girls are talking about equality.
In the words of Alice Paul, “Let us have the rights we deserve!”
Made of 100% fine ring-spun combed cotton, this rib knit onesie features a comfortable stretch with excellent durability through repeated washings.
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|Weight (lbs.)||7-15 lbs.||16-22 lbs.||23-27 lbs.|
This updated unisex essential fits like a well-loved favorite, featuring an irresistibly soft poly-cotton blend and crew neck. Fits Chest Size S 34" - 37" M 38" - 41" L 42" - 45" XL 46" - 49" 2XL 50" - 53"
Alice Coachman (November 9, 1923 – July 14, 2014), a track and field star, made history at the 1948 Olympic Games in London becoming the first black woman to win an Olympic medal.Coachman was born and raised in the heart of the segregated south in...
Premium tri-blend fabric that will give you the fit, feel and durability of your favorite vintage t-shirt. This style is a slim unisex fit, please keep that in mind when selecting a size. Fits Chest Size S 34" - 37" M 38" - 41" L 42"...