Women’s History Month: ERA 2019 Bill Introduction

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Women’s History Month: ERA 2019 Bill Introduction

March 5, 2019 @ 12:30 pm 5:00 pm EST


Senator Floyd McKissick Jr. and Rep. Carla Cunningham will file bills in the North Carolina General Assembly on Tuesday, March 5.

We need advocates to show Raleigh that North Carolina supports the ERA. Wear white clothing and top it with your #SashTag!

  • Volunteers needed:
  • Advocates to distribute materials to legislators
  • Advocates to serve as a presence in the House and Senate galleries
  • Silent Sentinels in ERA apparel to flank doors of leadership offices and building entrance steps throughout the afternoon.
  • Volunteers to bring signs and fill the lawn and General Assembly.

Apparel: White apparel with touches of green or ERA-NC Alliance T-shirts are welcome. Remember to wear the sash you created as part of our #SashTag Challenge!!! And bring extras.

Rules of the legislature: www.ncleg.gov/Files/about/buildingrules.pdf

Rules of special note: No signs on sticks. No oversize signs. In the galleries, no signs or food and beverages at all.

Security: Everyone must pass through security at entrances.

Parking, directions and dining information: www.ncleg.gov/About/Visitorinfo

Please share this invitation with everyone you know! See you there.

North Carolina has the historic chance to become the 38th and final state required to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment and change the U.S. Constitution. The ERA supports families by helping to combat wage inequities, protect pregnant women in the workplace, and protect against domestic violence and sexual assault.


March 5, 2019
12:30 pm – 5:00 pm EST
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ERA NC Alliance
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North Carolina General Assembly

16 W Jones St
Raleigh, NC 27601 United States
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