The Occupy Movement continues to protest economic inequality. But it might be missing an important opportunity to create a lasting legacy that will resonate for generations to come: to push for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.
A more effective and powerful approach to reaching the Occupy Movement’s goals could be to create a “sequential system” by building a unified voice (which many — even those who are ardent supporters — believe the Occupiers are lacking) and attack each injustice — one at a time — starting with the horrendous state of women’s rights in this country.
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