80s Equal Rights Amendment ERA t-shirt Medium


Chest 19 in.

Length 28 in.

Content: 50% cotton, 50% polyester

Tag Brand: unbranded

This eighties tee is dedicated to the Equal Rights Amendment aka ERA. It's held up great over the years and perfectly captures that old school look and feel with soft poly cotton and awesome graphics.

The ERA has roots dating back to the 70s and 80s, when it was proposed as an amendment to the United States Constitution. The goal was to establish full equality between men and women under American law. Alice Paul, co-founder of the National Women's Party wrote the ERA and presented it to Congress in 1923.

It would take roughly five decades of constant reintroduction into Congress for the Equal Rights Amendment to pass both houses of Congress. In 1972, thanks to protests outside the United States Senate by the feminist group National Organization for Women, the ERA was finally passed.

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. This shirt is light blue.






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