About Delaware ERANow
Delaware ERANow is committed to reversing the history of personal social and economic discrimination women continue to experience
- Securing Delaware’s state and federal officials’ active support
and pursuit of passage and ratification of the ERA.
- Educating Delawareans about the importance of the ERA and
the positive impacts it will have on women’s and men’s quality
- Building broad-based and lasting support and advocacy in
Delaware for passage and ratification of the ERA.
- Ensuring that more women are involved in the political process.
Partnership with Widener University Delaware Law School
Delaware Law School contributes intellectual leadership for Delaware ERANow’s efforts, serves as a resource on matters of law and policy, and assists in the our public education and advocacy work. In addition, the school’s student-run Women’s Law Caucus serves as a liaison organization.
Liaison organizations with Delaware
Delaware ERANow is a lead organization of the national ERA Coalition
American Association of University Women of Delaware
American Civil Liberties Union of Delaware
Delaware Business Roundtable
Delaware Commission for Women
Delaware Federation of Republican Women
Delaware Law School Women’s Law Caucus
Delaware State Bar Association
Delaware State Chamber of Commerce
Fund for Women at the Delaware Community Foundation
League of Women Voters of Delaware
Mary Ann’s List
National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Delaware Chapter
Sussex County Democratic Women’s Club
History of the ERA
Click here to see Senator Chris Coons’ video on the history of the Equal Rights Amendment and Delaware’s role, and here for legal expert’s discussion of Delaware’s ERA.
“Every constitution written since the end of World War II includes a provision that men and women are citizens of equal stature. Ours does not. I have three granddaughters. I’d like them to be able to take out their Constitution and say, ‘Here is a basic premise of our system, that men and women are persons of equal stature.’ But it’s not in there.”
— Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
For more information – ERA: Why we need it!
About Ready to Run® Delaware
In legislatures across the country, including the U. S. Congress, men outnumber women legislators by 8 to 2, To reduce this glaring imbalance, more women must become more involved in the political parties and campaigns, seek appointment to boards and commissions, and run for local, state, and federal elective office.