Media Advisory: NC NOW to Hold Virtual State Conference on 10/15/21-10/16/21

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACTS: ·        Nancy Cook, Administrative Officer, NC National Organization for Women, nancyclarkcook@yahoo.com ·        Gailya Paliga, President, NC National Organization for Women, nownorthcarolina@gmail.com ***Media Advisory***NC NOW to Hold Virtual State Conference This Weekend Raleigh, NC, October 11, 2021 – The North Carolina National Organization for Women (NC NOW)Continue reading “Media Advisory: NC NOW to Hold Virtual State Conference on 10/15/21-10/16/21”

First Annual Jan Allen Award Celebration with Pictures – 10/10/21

On Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021, Chapel Hill NOW presented the first “Jan Allen Award” to two extraordinary women, Dianne Jackson and Anissa McLendon. Each has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of women and girls in our community. Chapel Hill NOW President Gerrie Richards said, “we are inspired by their strength and determination to make a difference.” Congratulations to Dianne and Anissa!

NC NOW 2021 State Conference Panels

The 2021 NC NOW State Conference includes two panels, one on Friday evening and one on Saturday morning.   More detailed information on panelists is in the conference program.

Women’s Rights and Abortion Rights Signs

Here is a more comprehensive list of women’s rights and abortion rights sign ideas that can be used for women’s marches, rallies and protests. Women aren’t messing around. These are available to inspire the artist within you for the Save Roe and Abortion Justice protests around North Carolina and the country on Oct 2, butContinue reading “Women’s Rights and Abortion Rights Signs”

Action: Still time to tell your reps to uphold Governor’s veto of HB453

See “The Governor Was Right To Veto Dangerous NC Anti-Abortion Bill“There is still time to write your representative and/or write your newspaper. The N.C. legislature is expected to call up a vote on whether to override or uphold Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of House Bill 453. This bill is what is commonly known as a “reason” ban, whichContinue reading “Action: Still time to tell your reps to uphold Governor’s veto of HB453”