Fall 2020 Call to Conference Newsletter and Online Links

The NC NOW Call To Conference Newsletter was mailed to members in early September for the “Voting Our Future NOW!” Conference which runs October 9 and October 10.  The newsletter talks about our keynote speaker, new NOW President Christian Nunes, speaking on Voting Our Future NOW; a lawsuit challenging abortion restrictions in NC; special guest speaker Dr. Valerie A. Johnson from Shaw University speaking on Racial Injustice in the Justice System – for Women; a panel on how the Military #MeToo movement could help Fort Bragg and Fayetteville; and the registration/sponsorship form for the first virtual state conference we’ve held, which is over Zoom.

Go directly to the 2020 Call to Conference Newsletter at Fall NC NOW Call To Conference Newsletter

This year’s upcoming election may be the most important one in American history. America’s future hinges on its outcome. It is incumbent on all citizens to not only vote for their preferred presidential candidate, but also to choose among contenders seeking other elected offices – all the way down the ballot. We are all Voting Our Future NOW!

Here are shortcuts to registration and sponsorship.

Note: There are 2 steps to online registration – step 1 is to register online and sign up for workshops (first come first serve). Step 2 is to pay – either online or by printing and mailing in the 2020 NC NOW State Conference Registration and Sponsorship Form (so you register online and can order t-shirts, etc, but can mail your check in or make other arrangements).

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