Virginia business leaders and consumers increasingly see the necessity of the Equal Rights Amendment, granting equal legal rights for women and men. Virginia, let's get it done by 2020, the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which recognized women's right to vote.
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Only one more state is needed to ratify the ERA, and research by major firms finds that gender equity is profitable. Virginia, let's get it done! Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex. https://www.equalrightsamendment.org/faq/
is a volunteer-led organization dedicated to engaging the business community on the benefits of civil and equal rights for women. We aim to bring recognition of Virginia business leaders through promotion on this site and through other media sources. Get involved for the ERA and bring recognition of your business as a Virginia leader. Exclusive events and forums, combined with tiers of recognition, help burnish your company's standing as a gender intelligence patron. Almost every industrialized nation except the United States has a constitutional guarantee of equal rights for men and women. We can join the civilized world with assurance. Sponsor "Just Good Business" today and join an exclusive influential circle. Get involved HERE.
Maggie Lena Walker (1864 – 1934) was an African-American teacher, businesswoman and Richmond, Virginia native. Walker was the first American female bank president to charter a bank in the United States
Donations received will continue the efforts to educate and advertise the importance to women in business of passage of the Equal Rights Amendment and support those businesses who support that effort. 501(c)(4) non-profit status has been applied for.
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Just one more state needed to ratify. Virginia can be that state and make history! Every bit of support helps! Please consider contributing to our cause by donating below:
Women’s Warrior - $100
Workforce Warrior - $47
Grassroots Gender Activist - $20
or any amount - every little bit helps!
All supporters will be posted on this website which will be updated weekly. In addition a downloadable PDF of the logo is available for use on business or personal websites, noting an “equality” seal of approval. Updates on efforts around Virginia and nationally will occur regularly. We are available to visit and/speak to the importance of this issue.
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Lila Meade Valentine (1865 - 1921) from Richmond VA, was an American educational reformer and a participant in the woman's suffrage movement