Project 28 MO
Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in Missouri


2019 Missouri ERA Coalition

Missouri state ERA Campaign
Project 28 MO - Ratify the ERA

2019 ERA Legislative Sponsors
Senator Jill Schupp, SCR 7
Representative Judy Morgan, HCR 12

State Chapters 

American Association of University Women-Missouri, Business Women of Missouri, League of Women Voters of Missouri, Missouri Coalition of Labor Union Women, Missouri NOW Missouri National Women's Political Caucus, Missouri Women's Leadership Coalition, Missouri Women's Network, NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri, National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis, Women's Voices Raised for Social Justice

Columbia, MO

Columbia Area Missouri NOW, League of Women Voters of Columbia-Boone County

Jefferson City, MO

Capital Area Missouri NOW, Capitol Women's Political Caucus

Joplin, MO

ERA 38

Kansas City, MO

American Association of University Women Kansas City, Fight for $15, Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus, Kansas City Human Rights Commission, League of Women Voters of Kansas City/Jackson, Clay & Platte Counties, Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault, National Congress Of Black Women Kansas City, Project 28 MO, Stand Up KC, United Nations Association of Greater Kansas City, Women's Equality Coalition Kansas City

St. Louis, MO

American Association of University Women St. Louis, Mosaic Ceiling, National Women's Political Caucus of Metro St. Louis, Women's Foundation Greater St. Louis, YWCA Metro St. Louis

Springfield, MO

Association for Women in Communications Springfield, Missouri League of Women Voters Southwest Missouri, Me Too Springfield, SWMO NOW, Springfield Missouri Feminists, Springfield Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

University Chapters of Project 28 MO
University of Missouri-Columbia, University of Missouri-Kansas City, St. Louis University, Columbia College

The ERA clarifies that tokens will not suffice. It calls upon Congress and state legislatures to undertake
earnestly, systematically, and pervasively, the law revision long overdue. And in the event of legislative
default, the Amendment arms the judiciary with an unassailable basis for applying the bedrock principle:
All men and all women are guaranteed by the Constitution equal justice under law.
— Ruth Bader Ginsburg, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW QUARTERLY, Vol. 1979:161