“Speak Truth To Power NOW” was the theme of the 2018 National NOW Conference held in San Jose California from Jul 6-Jul 8, 2018. NOW members came from around the country to attend. The conference included many plenaries and workshops. There also was a PAC discussion luncheon, full of more fabulous speakers. Here are some of the exciting speakers and parts of the conference.
“Birthright: A War Story” is another great documentary on reproductive health care, but this one shows both sides of the war on women’s reproductive rights in America.
Upcoming events in May 2018 with Charlotte NOW, and the June meeting information.
If you have not seen this important documentary, Equal Means Equal, now is your chance! If you’ve only seen it once, you may want to see it again. It shows us the real situation of women in the United States. Very intense. We will discuss afterward.
The Equal Means Equal documentary is being shown in Smithfield, NC on December 4, 2017. Join NC NOW’s president for a discussion session after the film.
Fayetteville NOW, Quaker House, Fayetteville Chapter of the NAACP, and other organizations have been running a video series to open and facilitate discussions on racism. The video is shown and discussed in 3 parts, one part per session for 3 sessions. Each session is standalone and is also useful as part of the series. They haveContinue reading “Encore Presentation of Cracking Codes Starts 10/9/17 in Fayetteville”
Equal Means Equal documentary to be shown in Cary, NC on 9/18/17. Starts at 6pm! Discussion to follow. Joint showing with NC NOW, Business and Profressional Women-NC, and AAUW-NC.
July/August NC NOW newsletter documents some of the NOW and related activities around the state.
College women still need to worry about major issues – safety on and off campus, being treated fairly, being paid fairly, health care coverage, and what happens when they decide to have children. Many don’t realize that the only right guaranteed for women in the Constitution is the right to vote. The Equal Means Equal documentary shows the real status of women, and is being shown at college campuses around NC in September, 2017.
Women’s Equality Day is the perfect time to get a picture of how unequal things still are for women. This documentary shows you things you may know, but also what you may not realize. Showing in August in Raleigh, Triad, Fayetteville and Asheville. On college campuses around the state in September 2017. More powerful viewing it on the big screen.