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Women’s centuries-long fight for equality sprang into the mainstream in the 1960s and 1970s, inspiring the colorful and iconic posters featured in this calendar. Buoyed by other social movements, including the fight for civil rights and protests against the Vietnam War, women challenged the status quo, seeking equality in the workforce, the home, and in public. Though efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment did not succeed, women continue to advocate, assemble, lobby, march, and protest for equal rights in all parts of life. Today Women’s Marches around the world prove that the fight continues. The posters in this calendar are from the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress, the world’s largest library.