Newsletter available online – Oct/Nov 2016

NC NOW Newsletter for October/November 2016 is available online.  What are some of the topics covered in it?

What do we do now (after the election)?

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We celebrated NOW’s 50th anniversary and this historic time in US history of a woman running for president, and running as the candidate with the absolute most experience of the bunch. More on page 3.

We find seeing is believing—video of Senator Burr’s shocking comments made at a GOP event propel him into the spotlight. Note: be sure to mail any exposing videos to CNN! More on page 2.

Major voter suppression case won in federal court—Cumberland Co. had removed thousands of voters—mostly African American Democrats. Page 2. 

There are protests of Trump as a role model—some politicians are backing him regardless of terrible things he does and says. Make it clear we do not!! NC NOW and chapters involved [in the protests], of course. Page 2.

Time to sign up on NC NOW’s pro-choice signature ad, which will run in Triangle’s Indy Week on 1/25/17 in honor of Roe v. Wade.  Page 5.

Two great documentaries highlight women’s history and moving forward! Raleigh NOW is showing “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” on Dec 6, and “Equal Means Equal” on Mar 7. [Also, Durham NOW is showing “Equal Means Equal” on Mar 26.] Triad NOW is showing “Equal Means Equal” for their November meeting.  Get together with your local chapter or have a party with like minded women and view with others!

To get news and events and actions in a timely manner, please send your current email address to president@raleighnow.org.  Stay up to date on NC NOW and local chapter news through email and facebook. 

Join or rejoin NOW, and affiliate with the closest chapter to stay
connected!  Membership form on page 6. See mailing label for status.

More at NC NOW Newsletter for October and November 2016.

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One response to “Newsletter available online – Oct/Nov 2016

  1. Pingback: December plans for Fayetteville, Triad and Charlotte NOW chapters | NC National Organization for Women

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