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100 YEARS IN THE MAKING: FROM THE 19th AMENDMENT WOMEN’S RIGHT TO VOTE TO THE 28th AMENDMENT
Friday, August 21, 2020, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Maricopa Special Event
Registration is required before Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 11:30 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
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Linda T. Coberly, Managing Partner, Winston & Strawn LLP’s Chicago Office
Linda T. Coberly is the chair of Winston & Strawn’s Appellate & Critical Motions Practice and serves as Managing Partner of the firm’s oldest and largest office. Ms. Coberly serves as Chair of the ERA Coalition’s Legal Task Force and leads the firm’s pro bono efforts to support ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. Her full bio is available by clicking here.
Dianne Post, Arizona Attorney
Dianne Post graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1979 with her JD and moved to Arizona, where she represented battered women and molested children for 18 years. She has worked since then in international gender-bias work having lived in six countries and worked in 14. Ms. Post is on the ERA Task Force AZ. Her full bio is available by clicking here.
Wendy L. Rouse, Professor, San Jose State University
Wendy L. Rouse is an Associate Professor of History at San Jose State University. Prof. Rose’s current research focuses on the queer history of the suffrage movement. Her research interests include childhood, family and gender history during the Progressive Era. She is the author of Her Own Hero: The Origins of the Women’s Self-Defense Movement. Her full bio is available by clicking here.
Reva Siegel, Professor, Yale Law School
Reva Siegel is the Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Professor of Law at Yale Law School.Prof. Siegel’s recent articles include “The Pregnant Citizen, from Suffrage to the Present,” Geo. L.J. 19th Amend. Special Edition 167 (2020) and “The Nineteenth Amendment and the Democratization of the Family,” 129 Yale L.J.F. 450 (2020). Her full bio is available by clicking here.
Julie Suk, Dean, The City University of New York
Julie Chi-hye Suk is a dean and professor of sociology, political science, and liberal Studies. Dean Suk is the author of We the Women: The Unstoppable Mothers of the Equal Rights Amendment. The Judiciary Committee cited Suk’s scholarly article, “An Equal Rights Amendment for the Twenty-First Century: Bringing Global Constitutionalism Home” in its report leading to the House’s historic vote in 2020 to remove the ERA ratification deadline. Her full bio is available by clicking here.