Kate Kelly, Activist & Advocate for Women’s Rights Discusses the Equal Rights Amendment (Electorette Podcast)

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On this episode, I discuss the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) with passionate advocate and activist for women’s rights, Kate Kelly. We discuss the role that the state of Virginia will play in finally ratifying the ERA, after it was introduced nearly a century ago.

About Today’s Guest

In 2013 Kate Kelly founded a group called Ordain Women to advocate for gender equality in the Mormon Church. She was convicted of apostasy by 3 male Mormon leaders & excommunicated from the church in June 2014 for speaking out against the institutional oppression of women.
Throughout her legal career, she has been committed to defending human rights, the rights of refugees and asylum seekers, as well as, the rights of other marginalized groups.

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Like many of you, I was driven to "do something" after the 2016 election. The "something" I did was to launch the Electorette podcast. My aim with The Electorette was not to analyze every single tweet; nor to rant ad nauseum about just how unhinged the voice behind said tweets are. What I do want to accomplish is further the sense of community and strength experienced during the Women's Marches around the world, provide some solutions for getting out of this mess and to bring brilliant minds (lady minds) together, so that together we can move towards creating the open, welcoming democracy that we know America truly is. #TheFutureIsFemale

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