WoMen FOr All is a fearless women’s movement for progressive values, inclusive commitment and legislative accomplishment.
WoMen For All (WMFA) is an inclusive, grassroots women's rights movement advocating against all forms of bigotry, hate and prejudice and advocating for equality for all.
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*All marches are funded, organized, operated locally and independently.
Recent Press on WoMen For All in the Algemeiner, Inside Press, Jewish News Syndicate (JNS), Times of Israel, Haaretz, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Jewish Press, The Washington Times, GOPUSA, The Forward, Cleveland Jewish News, Legal Insurrection, Make Muse, World Israel News, Pluralist, Free Beacon, Atlanta Black Star, Bowery Boogie, Newsweek, NY Post
Women For All published its petition to the DNC on Sunday, August 12, 2018, the one-year anniversary of Charlottesville. Our petition has garnered press attention from Algemeiner, Legal Insurrection, JNS, Pluralist, Cleveland Jewish News, Make Muse andTIMES OF ISRAEL.
WoMen For All recently launched a petition calling upon the Republican National Committee to adopt the internationally recognized definition of antisemitism developed by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), so antisemitism can be immediately identified and properly quashed whenever it appears. The petition to the RNC is in honor of #HolocaustSHEro Rozka Korczak-Marla.
WoMen For All is a proud sponsor of VA Ratify ERA and support their 10-Days of ERA Bus Tour, November 9-18 to Ratify the ERA in Virginia.
WoMen For All is calling upon the United States, one of four countries that have not joined CEDAW (Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women), the only international human rights treaty to protect Women’s Rights, along with Iran, Palau and Tongo, to ratify CEDAW Now. Meanwhile, sister #Cities4CEDAW are working hard to ratify CEDAW city-by-city.
WoMen For All is working to bring attention to the first-ever 'National Domestic Workers Bill of Rights', expected to be introduced by Senator Kamala Harris and Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal when the new 2019 Congress convenes. The bill ensures protections and benefits to all domestic workers and closes legal loopholes which exclude domestic workers from federal labor and civil rights laws.
For generations, domestic work has been overlooked and devalued when other workers achieved hard-won gains. Domestic workers were excluded in the 1930’s New Deal guarantees of Minimum Wage, Overtime Pay and the Right to Unionize. Currently, most domestic workers still only earn $11 an hour or less, and almost all go without healthcare or retirement benefits.
WoMen For All is a partner of Women’s March Alliance, the official organizers of the Women’s March on NYC, and we are both affiliates of MARCH ON. Together WMFA and Women’s March Alliance are steering the march on NYC with chapters on the way in Israel, Berlin, LI, HI! Find yours or start yours here!
We are 100% independent of the antisemitic group and will not stop marching.
WoMen For All is calling on those who are coming out to march for gender equality and women’s rights on the third anniversary of the march to show the world #MyPinkPussyhat as #WoMenMarchON! Did you know The Pink Pussyhat was designed by a Jewish Woman & a Woman Of Color? Jayne Zweiman wasn't able to march due to injury so she & Krista Suh created the Pink Pussyhat.
WoMen For All is raising funds to support the vital day-to-day activity of Boro Park Shomrim (defenders, watchers, guards) in protecting Boro Park residents while assisting the NYPD, as well as working in coalition with all Shomrim chapters around the boroughs. Donating to Shomrim assists essential crime-busting work in New York City.
Boro Park Shomrim is a registered 501(c)3 organization that is trained by the NYPD as a neighborhood safety patrol. They protect innocent people from attacks and assist the NYPD by making citizens arrests. Shomrim are trained to apprehend attackers and hold them until police arrive.
WoMen For All: "Lock Him Up!"
WMFA was at the federal court house in Manhattan to celebrate Trump's former "fixer" and attorney, Michael Cohen, as he accepted a plea deal and implicated Trump as the person who directed him to commit his crimes.
WoMen For All provided meals, water, essentials and some entertainment to protesters leading up to and throughout Occupy Lafayette Park: 72, a 72 hour occupation of Lafayette Park in front of the White House. We sustained the spirit and satisfied the hunger of protesters for several weeks culminating with the OLP:72, 72 hour resistance action which began on Thursday August 9, 2018 at 8am on the 44th anniversary of Nixon’s resignation.
Jayne Zweiman wasn't able to march due to injury so she & Krista Suh created the Pink Pussyhat. Read more…
Women are still not guaranteed equal rights under the U.S. Constitution. The Equal Rights Amendment is a proposed amendment to the US Constitution stating that civil rights may not be denied on the basis of one's sex, originally written by Alice Paul and Crystal Eastman and first introduced in Congress in 1921.
The ERA was reintroduced in 1971 by U.S. Representative Marth Griffiths (D-Michigan) and approved by the U.S. House of Representatives on October 12, 1971 and approved by the U.S. Senate on March 22, 1972, thus submitting the ERA to the state legislatures for ratification, as provided for in Aritcle V of the U.S. Constitution. The deadline was set for 1979 for state legislatures to consider the ERA and through 1977, the ERA received 35 of the necessary 38 state ratifications.
Phyllis Schlafly mobilized conservative women in opposition, arguing the ERA would disadvantage housewives and cause women to be drafted into the military.
IDAHO, KENTUCKY, NEBRASKA, TENNESSEE and SOUTH DAKOTA voted to revoke their ERA ratifications. In 1978, President Carter signed an extension on the deadline to ratify the ERA to 1982.
In 2017, the 45th anniversary of Congress' submission of the ERA to the nation's state lawmakers, NEVADA became the first to ratify and then ILLINOIS ratified in 2018.
VIRGINIA HAS A CHANCE TO RATIFY THE ERA, WHICH WOULD MAKE 38 STATES and FULL INCLUSION IN THE U.S. CONSTITUTION POSSIBLE.