My mother campaigned for the ERA and I march in her memory because it’s still an issue for myself, my daughters and my granddaughters, even after all these years. I march as a sexual assault survivor. I march as a domestic violence survivor. I march as a person who struggles with body issues. I march for control of my own body and my own choices. I march for all my sisters to have equal opportunities and benefits in work, a debt-free education and endless possibilities to be who they dream to be.