ERA Program Additional Resources

Thanks to the over 200 folks who joined the Museum’s screening of Legalize Equality and the subsequent panel discussion! We had virtual attendees as far away as the UK, Berlin, and India!

We appreciate your interest in our program and wanted to share additional resources related to the Equal Rights Amendment, the Museum of Durham History, and our panelists.

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Links to Resources

Resources from the Program Chat, submitted by users

Tips on getting involved from the ERA-NC Alliance

Senate letter template from ERA-NC Alliance

NCGA lawmakers’ email addresses

North Carolina Congressional Contacts

Senator Richard Burr

217 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington, DC 20510

202 224 3154

Judiciary Contact:  

Brittan Harrell,

Women’s Issues Contact:

Ann Woods Hawks,

Senator Thom Tillis

113 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Washington, DC 20510

202 224 6342

Judiciary Contact:  Brad Watts

Women’s Issues Contact:

Allen Edwards

The Museum of Durham History is an unaffiliated/non-partisan organization which does not advocate for or against ERA legislation. In keeping with our mission to foster curiosity, encourage further inquiry, and promote an understanding of diverse perspectives, we provide a platform for the Durham community to come together and discuss issues, welcoming civil discourse/divergent perspectives. The relevance of this topic in today’s society, as well as its relevance to our current exhibit align with the Museum’s organizational values. 

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