AERA

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AcronymDefinition
AERAAmerican Educational Research Association
AERAAutomotive Engine Rebuilders Association
AERAAir Emissions Risk Analysis
AERAAnglais, Espagnol, Russe, Allemand (French: English, Spanish, Russian, German)
AERAAccelerating Economic Recovery in Asia
AERAAutomated En-Route Air Traffic Control (FAA)
AERAActions, Etudes et Recherches autour de l'Architecture (French: Actions, Research and Studies about Architecture; business association; est. 1992)
AERAAmerican Equal Rights Association
AERAAmerican European Racquetball Association
AERAAssociation pour l'Expansion et le Rayonnement de l'Aikido (French: Association for the Expansion and Influence of Aikido; martial arts association)
AERAAmerican Electric Railway Association
AERAAutomated Enroute ATC (aviation)
AERAAdvanced Engineering and Research Associates
AERAAirborne Electronics Research Activity
AERAAlabama Education Retirees Association, Inc. (Montgomery, Alabama)
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Anthony left the American Equal Rights Association, which promoted the cause of African American and women's rights equally, to form the National Women's Suffrage Association, devoted entirely to women's rights.
Barton consulted with the Freedman's Aid Society and with the Senate about personnel decisions for the Freedman's Bureau, worked for the extension of suffrage to all people with the American Equal Rights Association, and formed lifelong connections to civil rights leaders such as Frederick Douglass and Anna Dickenson.
With Stone, Mott, and Anthony, Stanton organized the American Equal Rights Association to bring the women's rights movement more into conjuction with the drive for black suffrage.
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