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O n Aug. Now, 45 years later, the legacy of that day continues to evolve. The day of activism reached beyond New York City, as thousands of feminists across the country coordinated sister demonstrations. Over the next several years, activists would use multiple techniques — from public protest to legislative lobbying — in an attempt to turn these goals into realities.

The passage of Title IX in forbade sex discrimination in any educational program that received federal financial assistance. Also, feminists made the workforce a more hospitable space for women with policies banning sexual harassment, something the Equal Opportunity Commission recognized in In terms of abortion access, activists have also made great strides since , but have suffered serious setbacks as well. In , after legal strategizing by NOW and other reproductive rights groups, the U. Supreme Court legalized abortion in all fifty states.

Furthermore, Roe v. Wade did not address the cost of an abortion, which was high enough to be out of reach for many women. Perhaps the least amount of progress has been made in the area of childcare, which remains prohibitively expensive for many American women. In , Congress passed the Comprehensive Child Development Act, which would have set up local day care centers for children on a sliding scale based on family income, but Nixon vetoed the bill. While President Obama has spoken about making affordable childcare a national priority, there are no current plans to offer government-funded, round-the-clock care in the United States as feminists had initially envisioned.

As of , the average annual cost of enrolling in a daycare center for an infant is, in most states, higher than the cost of a public college in that state. So the long-term of the Strike for Equality March have been mixed.

But in the short-term, the event did accomplish one major goal: it helped make the feminist movement visible. In this sense, the event exemplified cross-generational solidarity among women. Sascha Cohen is a PhD candidate in the history department at Brandeis University , specializing in the social and cultural history of s America.

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