SPEAK OUT NOW! KEYNOTE – DREAM hAMPTON
Don’t forget to pre-register. Links below.
The NC General Assembly (NCGA) is back in session, and it’s more important than ever for women to speak up against the Carolina ROLLBACK. As veteran teachers continue to be short-shifted, and attacks on the UNC public university system are rampant! With this bi-annual Women’s Advocacy Day event, we’re making it easy to speak your mind, including some training to help you make your points.
More information on keynote speaker:
Writer, film-maker and social justice organizer Dream Hampton is going to keynote the Women’s Advocacy Day event next Tuesday, but also will speak at an associated reception on Monday night. Hampton has written about music, culture and politics since 1990. Read more about Hampton at http://www.dreamhampton.com/bio/
More on events, and links to register:
2/23/15 Reception with Dream Hampton
This event is a great opportunity to hear the keynote speaker in a more intimate setting, and for NC NOW members to network and socialize with legislators, advocates from other organizations, and our keynote speaker. The event is free and open to the public. Sign up at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1m4RKhZhveWElgufh15H8LzbYSKbvA8XEweprE2K8LoM/viewform?c=0&w=1
Place: 18 Seabord (at Seabord Station, off Peace Street in Raleigh)
Date: Monday, Feb 23, 2015
2/24/15 Women’s Advocacy Day (WAD)
Wonderful way to get ready to meet your legislators! Start with keynote speech with Dream Hampton. Get some training on how to talk to your legislators. Go! Find out more and register at http://www.ncwu.org/our-programs/womens-advocacy-day/
Place: Legislative Building, 16 W. Jones St
Date: Tuesday, Feb 24, 2015
Please preregister for WAD and/or the reception, whatever you can attend (links above)!
Contact president at raleighnow.org for more information on carpooling, meeting with legislators, tabling with us, Equal Rights Amendment, and more.