We Are Woman

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There are so many people to thank... 

We are grateful to each and every one of you, activists, rally participants, speakers, entertainers, volunteers and donors. We also really appreciate that so many of you stood out in the rain to rally for a cause that is so vital to the future and to our rights. Thank you! 

Please bear with us, we will be updating our website soon. We hope to have photos and videos of the rally to share.

For the time being you can watch video that was recorded from the livestream, by Michael Pellaghati of The Pella ReportHERE

Photographer Mark Webster has a terrific album of 100s of photos that he took at the rally. You can view his album HERE

A Tribute to the Fallen

One hundred fifty nine female veterans of war died in incidents related to their deployment in Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. They did this despite serving a country that does not recognize them as equal under the U.S. Constitution. This number does not begin to recognize the thousands of women veterans suffering from war injuries and PTSD.

Women make up almost 20 percent of our military and without them our national security is compromised. Since women have fully accepted the responsibilities of citizenship in this country, we deserve the benefits of citizenship, a Constitutional guarantee of our rights.

Let's bring it to the steps of the US Capitol that women will not wait another 200 years to have our rights guaranteed. Help us honor the women that died for our country as well as for all who have served and who are serving today, and especially for all those who will serve in the future.

A Special Thank You to Protect Our Defenders

We honor and thank Protect Our Defenders for providing legal support for service members and veterans who have suffered sexual assault. 
They embody everything the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) and Voter's rights are about.

Service: When WOMEN Come Marching Home

SERVICE, the film, portrays the courage of several women veterans as they transition from active duty to their civilian lives. We see the horrific traumas they faced, their invisible as well as physical injuries and all their challenges in receiving benefits and care. We follow them through the large and small accomplishments they work mightily to achieve. Broadcast on PBS thanks to DAV.

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Citizens United activists. Voter’s rights activists. Women’s rights activists.

What do these three groups have in common? Corporate Personhood. Thanks to a couple of rulings by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).