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The Fearless Women and Queer People Who Shaped the U.S. Constitution and the Equal Rights Amendment


Ordinary Equality digs into the fascinating and little-known history of the ERA and the lives of the incredible—and often overlooked—women and queer people who have helped shape the U.S. Constitution for more than 200 years. Based on author Kate Kelly’s acclaimed podcast of the same name, Ordinary Equality recounts a story centuries in the making. From before the Constitution was even drafted to the modern day, she examines how and why constitutional equality for women and Americans of all marginalized genders has been systematically undermined for the past 100-plus years, and then calls us all to join the current movement to put it back on the table and get it across the finish line.


Hardcover 256pgs Women in Politics/History/Political Advocacy


Kate Kelly is a feminist, activist, and human rights lawyer.


Nicole LaRue is a graphic designer, illustrator, and author.

Ordinary Equality - the Fearless Women and Queer People Who-

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