ERA DAY: Activism, Education & Inspiration!

ERA DAY: Activism, Education & Inspiration!

More About ERA DAY: Activism, Education & Inspiration!

Calling all activists fighting for gender equality for a day focused on the Equal Rights Amendment!

Join us at the home of Alice Paul, the author of the Equal Rights Amendment, as we reclaim the day that the ERA failed to ratify to the U.S. Constitution and offer women and men equal legal protections in America. Help make ERA Day a day of education and activism!

Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to learn more about the ERA and celebrate the untold number of activists who have persisted for decades in the fight for equal rights! ERA Day will feature a dynamic panel discussion led by legal professionals and ERA advocates who will highlight the history of the ERA and current efforts across the nation to ratify it.

Attendees will also have a great opportunity to meet and connect with local and regional organizations working to advance equal rights, and attend a fun craft fair featuring women artists and vendors. We'll wrap the day with a networking cocktail hour and 80's-themed dance party!

Stay tuned for the announcement of our event speakers and panelists!

Event Timeline

12pm - Craft Fair Opens

12pm-1pm - Registration Open

1pm-3pm - Panel Discussions/Q & A

2:30pm-3:30pm - Activist Training

3:30pm-5pm - Happy Hour, Networking, Craft Fair continues, and an 80's Dance Party

5pm - Event Ends

Tags: shows, festivals, and fairs, era day - craft fair

Event Details

Date: June 30, 2019
Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm

128 Hooten Road
Mount Laurel NJ 08054

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Krista Niles

Vendors Wanted!
Handmade crafts, and we are especially interested in providing women an opportunity to participate as vendors.

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