Idella Moore

Executive officer of 4ERA.org

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Executive officer of 4ERA.org, a national nonpartisan single-issue organization

Idella Moore on KCRW

On this 4th of July, a lot of people may think that equal rights for women are part of the Constitution. They are not.

An Old Controversy Gets a New Name

On this 4th of July, a lot of people may think that equal rights for women are part of the Constitution. They are not.

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Fifty years after the civil rights movement began, many people think equal rights for women are part of the Constitution.

An Old Controversy Gets a New Name

Fifty years after the civil rights movement began, many people think equal rights for women are part of the Constitution.

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