Meet the Women of Legalize Equality

Gloria Feldt opens up about her storied 46-year career fighting for, and guiding women into government positions in the United States. She stands behind the Equal Rights Amendment and is confident in it's timely ratification — because enough is enough. Watch the video to learn more about Gloria's work, and be inspired. 

"If women don't get to equality in leadership, we're going to keep fighting the same old battles."


Fatima shares an inspiring story propelled by her passion for food and cooking. Leaving her hometown in Pakistan at age 18, she hedged her bets and pursued her dream of becoming a chef by enrolling in the Culinary Institute of America. 

After excelling early on in her culinary career, Fatima is currently working on opening her own restaurant. An eatery that will pioneer the movement of eclectic, modern Pakistani cuisine. Gaining notoriety as the first Pakistani woman to ever win on Chopped, Chef Fatima struggled with a recent, and very public battle with cancer to which she came out victorious. Shop Legalize Equality. 


Peche Di is a model, activist, fashion videographer and entrepreneur. Her latest venture is Trans Models New York, the city’s first transgender modeling agency. In short time, Trans Models has been featured in The Atlantic, Forbes, Time Out NY, The Daily Mail, Huffington Post, New York Times, Forbes, Refinery 29, NBC, to name a few. Under her guidance, Pêche seeks to turn the growing Trans Model agency into an industry leader and to carve out a more inclusive space for transgender people worldwide. Shop the Legalize Equality Tee.


Hawa is a New York-based freelance creative director and strategist experienced in building content platforms, producing and directing visually striking campaigns and story-driven content. Her work has spanned fashion, media, tech, arts, and social impact industries. 
In 2011 she co-founded Browntourage along with Tonia Beglari, an agency focused on curatorial projects, experiments in interactive media, and a dedicated platform for media and design that are forward thinking and socially conscious. Shop the Legalize Equality hoodie here. 


Shyvonne is a singer/songwriter, NYC teaching artist and activist on a polychromatic journey. Her music and colorful style is constantly pulling from her dance, electrosoul, and hip-hop influences.
Shyvonne is constantly giving back to her community through education and activism. As a Fresh Prep teaching-artist she focuses on teaching Global and U.S. History through hip-hop pedagogy, at several high schools across NYC. You can catch Shvyonne on Instagram sharing her music, student activities, and the next rally she'll be attending in support of important causes.