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Equal Rights Amendment: How Long Must We Wait?

In 1923, Alice Paul, a leader of the women’s suffrage movement from Mount Laurel, New Jersey, introduced the Equal Rights Amendment in Seneca Falls, New York, the site of the first women’s rights convention in 1848. The proposed amendment would guarantee that the rights affirmed by the United States Constitution are held equally by all citizens without regard to their sex, and it was introduced to Congress that year and reintroduced in every subsequent session for half a century.

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Equal Rights Amendment: How Long Must We Wait?

Equal Rights Amendment: How Long Must We Wait?

In 1923, Alice Paul, a leader of the women’s suffrage movement from Mount Laurel, New Jersey, introduced the Equal Rights Amendment in Seneca Falls, New York, the site of the first women’s rights convention in 1848. The proposed amendment would guarantee that the rights affirmed by the United States Constitution are held equally by all citizens without regard to their sex, and it was introduced to Congress that year and reintroduced in every subsequent session for half a century.

RUN AGAINST THE MACHINE Quesada and Mahmoud for General Assembly in New Jersey’s 32nd  District.

RUN AGAINST THE MACHINE
Quesada and Mahmoud for General Assembly in New Jersey’s 32nd District.

There is no more difficult district in which to mount a primary challenge to the hand-picked cronies of a notorious New Jersey party boss.  As such, there is no better place for Force the Issue NJ to focus on for the first installment of a new series we are calling Run Against the Machine.

Our first contestants …err… candidates are dedicated Hudson County activists Roger Quesada and Mahmoud Mahmoud.  Joining forces under the banner of PTA – People. Transparency. Action – Quesada and Mahmoud are running an energetic and passionate insurgent progressive campaign to win the Democratic Primary on June 4th.  

Working for Change: Hunger-Free Bayonne

Working for Change: Hunger-Free Bayonne

“I just don’t like people throwing away good food, that just doesn’t make sense.  I think it’s a sin and a shame.” According to Feeding America’s latest Map the Meal Gap report, 1 out of every 10 New Jersey residents experienced some level of food insecurity in 2016. ...

We’ll Work for Change!

"I do not pretend to understand the moral universe; the arc is a long one, my eye reaches but little ways; I cannot calculate the curve and complete the figure by the experience of sight; I can divine it by conscience. And from what I see I am sure it bends towards...

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Equal Rights Amendment: How Long Must We Wait?

In 1923, Alice Paul, a leader of the women’s suffrage movement from Mount Laurel, New Jersey, introduced the Equal Rights Amendment in Seneca Falls, New York, the site of the first women’s rights convention in 1848. The proposed amendment would guarantee that the rights affirmed by the United States Constitution are held equally by all citizens without regard to their sex, and it was introduced to Congress that year and reintroduced in every subsequent session for half a century.

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