Some articles on equal rights association, rights, right, equal rights:
... The American Equal Rights Association (AERA), also known as the Equal Rights Association, was an organization formed by women's rights and black rights activists in 1866 in the United States ...
... into the Constitution, and women were now explicitly not guaranteed the right to vote ... Thus, suffragists, in an effort to secure their political rights alongside freedmen, resolved to combine the abolitionist and suffragist movements into one Equal Rights Association, an idea officially proposed by ... arrived in Kansas by request of Stone, and invited the Equal Rights Association to help launch their women's suffrage campaign ...
... Another problem for the Equal Rights Association was funding ... the loyalties between abolitionists and suffragists in the Equal Rights Association until its near-disintegration in the summer of 1867 ... to defeat black suffrage, thus giving black equal rights supporters reason to feel animosity towards suffragists ...
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