Crystal Cavelier traveled from Robeson County to speak on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women at the 2020 Raleigh Women’s March. Here is her speech. She is willing and able to speak more on this topic.
More women’s march for 2020 in addition to those in Charlotte, Raleigh and Wilmington. Please comment or message me if you know of any more. Here is Black Mountain and Albemarle. Albemarle has the first, kicking the women’s marches in NC off on 1/11/20. Black Mountain and Charlotte are doing theirs on 1/18/20.
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.
Demonstrations around North Carolina to stop human detention of immigrants and close the camps.
Triad NOW is hosting its first International Women’s day Luncheon on Saturday, 3/9/19, from noon to 2:30pm. They have a “knock your socks off” presentation by Purity Ruchugo from Kenya, an inspiring multi-media presentation about international women activists by Iris Cole, and an international menu.
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.
Want to learn some skills or get some tips? Want to discuss how to move women forward? Want to work together with other women’s groups in NC? Go to the women’s conference in Winston-Salem on Saturday, 3/24/18.
Next Charlotte NOW event has a panel to discuss ending the sex abuse to prison pipeline for girls. Learn what the school system has in place to help these girls, and programs that Charlotte has in place to help them as well.