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*UPDATE* We are currently funding for this project. As soon as funding is complete, We will be a go. 2024: Silent Sentinels stand at the White House fence 12 hours a day in 6 hour shifts, demanding President Biden signs The Equal Rights Amendment. We will never give up. We’ll even bring him a pen.

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Feb 27, 2024, 8:00 AM – Apr 01, 2024, 8:00 AM

Washington, DC, USA

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1917:Miss Alice Paul & the Silent Sentinels marched out of their HQ, to stand at the White House, 6 hours a day for 17th months. They demanded that President Wilson support Women’s Suffrage. They never gave up.

Immediately following their victory in 1920 Alice Paul penned the Equal Rights Amendment. In 1972 the ERA was passed with a supermajority in both houses and sent to the states to complete the ratification process. Ratification efforts stalled when 35 of 38 states were reached. In 2016 the fight for the final three states began and the dream of ratification was realized on January 27, 2020 when Virginia became the 38th and final state needed to complete the ratification. Unfortunately, for the first time in our nation’s history the executive branch inserted itself into the amendment process, denying publication, another first for our country. To this day, over four years later the Equal Rights Amendment remains the only amendment to ever be denied publication; leaving over 200 million Americans without Constitutional Rights. Project:Sentinel is a one month historical mission to see the Equal Rights Amendment take its rightful place as the 28th Amendment in the Constitution. A new wave of Sentinels will stand at the White House fence for 12 hours a day, six days a week for the entire month of March 2024. Raise Awareness: Increase public understanding and knowledge about the significance and necessity of the immediate publication of the Equal Rights Amendment. Educate: Why ALL Americans are still not in the Constitution Inspire Action: This Women’s History Month we are taking inspiration from our past to ensure a better future for all, because history is what we make it. Women are the backbone of this country; we run the home and the office now, we occupy positions of power and give generously of our time and resources to help lift others up, and we decide elections.

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