Ordinary Equality: The Fearless Women and Queer People Who Shaped the U.S. Constitution and the Equal Rights Amendment
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About the Author
Kate Kelly is a feminist, activist, and human rights lawyer. She holds a JD degree from American University Washington College of Law, the only law school in the country founded by and for women. She's a nationally known advocate for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and host and creator of the podcast Ordinary Equality. Kate lives in Washington, DC, with her partner, Jamie Manson. You can follow her on Twitter at @kate_kelly_esq. To learn more about the Equal Rights Amendment and for an up-to-date list of news and articles about its current progress, visit www.ordinaryequality.com.
Nicole LaRue is a graphic designer, illustrator, and author. She believes every person, no matter their age or status, can help create positive social change. Called upon at the eleventh hour to create the official logo for the 2017 Women's March on Washington, Nicole is no stranger to mighty work. Her clients include Chronicle Books, Abrams Books, Oxford University Press, Compendium, Inc., Madison Park Greetings, Johnson & Johnson, Chatbooks, Tiny Prints, DC Shoes, Spumoni Studio, American Eagle, and more. See her work at SmallMadeGoods.com. Nicole resides in Salt Lake City, Utah.