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”
Tribute to Jan Allen, a tireless advocate for women’s rights, lifetime NOW member and active board member. She helped change the face of power in NC.
NC NOW is long time advocate to keep abortion safe and legal. See our ad in the Indy, and some of our involvement in the #stopthebans events around NC around May 21, 2019.
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.
Fayetteville NOW has partnered with Fayetteville State University (FSU) in presentations and projects. This includes opening dialogue during class, and will include outside events, including at least one the students designed themselves.
Thousands gathered at the NC Legislative Building and in Halifax Mall for the 2019 Raleigh Women’s March on Saturday, January 26, 2019. Summary of event with theme, speakers, performers, signs and more.
Information about upcoming events in Raleigh – mid January through end of February. Join us at one or all! There are 3 big march events scheduled in this one month period – MLK March, Raleigh Women’s March and Rally and the HKonJ March and Rally.
The second annual Feminist 5k is Saturday, Jun 9, 2018. Come join us – it will be lots of fun again this year. Come visit the NOW table too! Register by May 28 to guarantee getting a T-shirt.
Join us for the second annual Feminist 5K is Jun 8, 2018, in Raleigh. NC NOW is a co-sponsor.
Plan to join us at our anniversary women’s march event in 2018. We are planning a women’s rally on Raleigh, with the theme of “Women Leading The Resistance!” on January 20, 2018. Early information here.