DeVos’s Campus Sexual Assault Regulations Are an “Abomination”

“Betsy DeVos and the Trump administration are dead set on making schools more dangerous for everyone.”

Betsy DeVos’s new Title IX regulations make it much harder to discipline students accused of sexual misconduct than those accused of other much lesser serious infractions, such as plagiarism or substance abuse on campus. They have been described as “the antithesis of what Title IX was intended to do.” And they’re being taken to court.

“Reports of the ERA’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated” (Part 4)

“If our rights are in the Constitution, they can’t be erased or rolled back by the changing political whims of legislators, judges or occupants of the White House.”

This is the fourth in a multi-part series examining the half-century fight to add women to the U.S. Constitution—and a game plan on where we go from here.

Part 4: From Addressing the Wage Gap to Combatting Violence Against Women, We Still Need an Equal Rights Amendment

“Reports of the ERA’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated” (Part 3)

“We are the only major democracy in the world with a written Constitution that does not have an equal rights amendment to protect equality between men and women. That’s a national embarrassment.”

This is the third in a multi-part series examining the half-century fight to add women to the U.S. Constitution—and a game plan on where we go from here.

PART 3: A Patchwork of Laws, Statutes and Court Rulings

“Reports of the ERA’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated” (Part 2)

“It was one hell of a fight. We marched, we picketed, we demonstrated. We had sit-ins. People were arrested. Some women went on hunger strikes. Every nonviolent protest that could be done was done.”

This is the second in a multi-part series examining the half-century fight to add women to the U.S. Constitution—and a game plan on where we go from here.

PART 2: A Long History of Obstruction, Delay and Trickery