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“First 100 Days” Campaign Social Media Toolkit
#First100Vision #First100Days


The first 100 days of a new administration brings about critical opportunities to advance social justice. From passing new legislation to repealing or amending present executive orders, ERA envisions a wide array of changes that will support greater equity and justice in society. Check out these sample social media posts that outline our full vision for the first 100 days of the new administration below.

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I’m participating in @EqualRightsAdv’s #First100Days Campaign! This campaign highlights the ways the new Biden-Harris Administration can advance social justice through Executive Orders. Will you join me in supporting the ERA #First100Vision? 

Week of 01/25/21

Immediate COVID-19 and Economic Relief

We call upon the Biden-Harris Administration to do all within the federal government's power to stop the spread of COVID-19 with federal programs accelerating all Americans' vaccination. including essential women workers of color. #First100Days #First100Vision

ERA strongly supports the Biden-Harris Administration's plan to vaccinate 100 million people in 100 days, including using the Defense Production Act to ramp up the vaccine's distribution. #First100Days #First100Vision


Through executive action and/or work with Congress on a comprehensive COVID relief and economic stimulus package, we urge the Biden-Harris Administration to do the following. #First100Days #First100Vision

Extend emergency paid sick days and paid family leave for workers not already protected. #First100Days #First100Vision


Restore the expansion of Unemployment Insurance benefits. #First100Days #First100Vision

Provide immediate relief to child care providers and families. #First100Days #First100Vision

Week of 02/01/21

Workplace and Immigration Reform Valuing Essential Women Workers of Color and Their Families


We ask that the Biden-Harris Administration immediately repeal all unfair and discriminatory executive orders of the Trump Administration harming essential women workers, including immigrant women workers and their families. #First100Days #First100Vision

REPEAL EO 13673 (Trump 2017) reversed requirements of pay transparency of federal contractors. It removed bans of forced arbitration for victims of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and discrimination. #First100Days #First100Vision


We ask the Biden-Harris Administration, through executive action or strong encouragement of Congressional legislation, to support the following. #First100Days #First100Vision

SUPPORT Protecting the rights of Domestic Workers and any other worker excluded from labor and employment protections, consistent with the Domestic Worker Bill of Rights. #First100Days #First100Vision

SUPPORT raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour and abolishing the federal subminimum wage of $2.13 per hour for tipped workers, including support for the Raise the Wage Act. #First100Days #First100Vision

SUPPORT closing the gender and race wage gap, including passage of the Paycheck Fairness Act passed by the House in March 2019. #First100Days #First100Vision

SUPPORT Ending workplace harassment, including passage of the BE HEARD in the Workplace Act and the EMPOWER Act. #First100Days #First100Vision

SUPPORT ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment of the United States Constitution. #First100Days #First100Vision

Week of 02/08/21

Family Care Infrastructure Investments Critical to Essential Women Workers of Color


We ask the Biden-Harris Administration, through executive action or strong encouragement of Congressional legislation, to do the following. #First100Days #First100Vision

Closely follow 187 expert organizations' recommendations, set forth here: Child Care and Early Learning: Addressing the Urgent Crisis and Investing in the Future. #First100Days #First100Vision

Ensure immediate relief to child care providers and families, including strong support of the Child Care is Essential Act calling for funding to stabilize the child care sector and prevent permanent closures. #First100Days #First100Vision


Immediately introduce comprehensive legislation and budget investments to ensure quality, affordable child care & fairer compensation for the childcare workforce.

Support Fairness for Pregnant Workers & the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. #First100Days

Provide partial wage replacement for workers who take time off to care for themselves and their family members, as outlined in the Family and Medical Insurance Leave (FAMILY) Act and the Healthy Family Act. #First100Days

Protect employees with caregiving responsibilities, including the Protecting Family Caregivers from Discrimination Act. #First100Days #First100Vision

Week of 02/15/21

Strengthen Civil Rights for Students


We urge the Biden Administration and his Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, to use the rules process to recommit the Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Education to the protection of civil rights for students. #First100Days #First100Vision

We particularly uplift students of color, LGBTQ+ students, students with disabilities, students from religious minorities, & student survivors of sexual violence so that barriers to their access of education are removed. #First100Days

Student-focused priorities for the first 100 days of the Biden Administration should include the following. #First100Days #First100Vision

Strengthened Title IX enforcement, increased support and resources for anti-sexual harassment, support of federal legislation protecting student survivors & preventing sexual harassment in schools, and improved data collection by the Department of Education. #First100Days #First100Vision

Prompt drafting of new regulations under Title IX and immediate issuance of interim guidance to return to Obama-era standards for how colleges respond to sexual misconduct. #First100Days #First100Vision

These actions would rescind DeVos-era Title IX guidance that opened the door to cross-examinations, adversarial live hearings, witness testimonies for student complainants of sexual misconduct claims, and a burden of proof. #First100Days #First100Vision

Commitment to return the Office for Civil Rights to its original purpose - to ensure equal access to education w/o vulnerable students being forced to drop out or abandon their educational goals b/c their schools refused to keep them safe. #First100Days