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Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw

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Professor of Law at Columbia University and the University of California, Los Angeles, and the co-founding Executive Director of the African American Policy Forumwhich is part of the Equal Rights Amendment Coalition

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It took women until 1920 to win the right to vote. But the Equal Rights Amendment failed to be ratified by enough states to become part of the Constitution.

Has the ‘Year of the Woman’ finally arrived?

It took women until 1920 to win the right to vote. But the Equal Rights Amendment failed to be ratified by enough states to become part of the Constitution.

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President Obama deployed his oratorical skills last night in his  final State of the Union address  to Congress.

Is America on the Rise… or on the Decline?

President Obama deployed his oratorical skills last night in his final State of the Union address to Congress.

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Around the country, students of color are suspended three times as often as white students, according to the Department of Education.

Black Girls Suspended More Often

Around the country, students of color are suspended three times as often as white students, according to the Department of Education.

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