Summary of an event designed by the Fayetteville State University (FSU) Sociology 400 class, which has been working with Fayetteville NOW. As part of collaboration, the Sociology students organized a NOW Meet and Greet event at FSU on 3/29/19.
Women have been working to get equal rights in the United States for 170 years! Too many people don’t realize women don’t have equal rights. Why is ERA catching fire now? What will it do for women and families? How can you help? North Carolina women are pushing now and pushing hard! Learn more and join the effort! Alyssa Milano is in!
Quotes from some of the speakers and performers at the 2019 Raleigh Women’s March. Such impressive speakers and would prefer to be able to capture each speech, but here are some pearls of wisdom.
Announcing upcoming event where the NC NOW President is doing a workshop on organizing events – from small to large. This presentation is part of UNC-CH’s annual Minority Health Conference.
Stella Kirkendale writes about her experience at the 2018 NC NOW State Conference, starting with Audrey Muck’s new video on the fight for women’s rights and ERA, our keynote speaker, and other parts of the conference.
The conference workshops include ways feminists can make a difference now, and support themselves in these challenging times. The workshops are split into two timeslots, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Please join us!
Fayetteville NOW participated in Fayetteville Technical Community Center (FTCC) Women’s Empowerment Day. The theme was “When you empower women, you empower humanity!”
The NC Legislature reconvened, and legislators lost no time ramming through complex, multi-issue legislation with almost no discussion. How the NCGA is operating in general (in darkness). Breakdown of what is going on with redistricting maps and judge. Why people are upset with House Bill 90.
Learn some advocacy basics. Hosted by NC NOW and BPW-Triangle.
We have 3 actions to take on national issues. Oppose the House Budget which slashes trillions of dollars from healthcare, food and income assistance, education and more. Oppose HR 38 – giving domestic violence offenders the right to stalk and kill their intimate partners across state lines! Oppose HR 36 – another abortion ban.