Sign making and Raleigh Women’s March 2020 Press Conference event at Hibernian Pub on Glenwood Ave. in Raleigh on Thursday, 1/23/20. Includes a few of our pictures and links to media coverage.
We made new signs and had older signs to inspire us – those shiny ones are laminated, and travel with me in my car! With the NOW signs and ERA YES signs. More sign ideas are at Feminist chants and signs for events!
Photo Credit: Yevonne Brannon
ERA Billboard Unveiling to Launch Women’s Equal Rights Campaign. This push in advance of Constitution Day (9/17/19) underscores the need for Equal Rights Amendment. “We are very excited about the new billboards,” said Gailya Paliga, president of NC NOW. “We hope they spark interest in the ERA as a fundamental legal remedy against sex discrimination for women and men.”
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PRESS ADVISORY For Immediate Release
Raleigh, NC, 1/21/19
2019 Raleigh Women’s March
A Women’s March Anniversary Event More than 1,000 Women and Allies Expected
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Senator Floyd McKissick Jr. has been a strong and consistent ally in the fight for the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). He has sponsored the Ratify ERA Bill in the Senate 4 times – 2015, 2017, 2019, and an extra one in 2018 after Illinois became the 37th state to ratify ERA on 5/30/18. He has never wavered in his support, which continues to this day. Senator McKissick even dressed in white with us. This is his speech at the ERA Bill Filing Day press conference on 3/5/19.
Senator McKissick at Podium, surrounded by lawmakers and activists. Photo Credit: Senator McKissick
Around Senator McKissick at the podium are Ellie Smeal (Feminist Majority), Pam Carver, Sen. Harper Peterson, Rep. Julie von Haefen, Marena Groll, Sen. Michael Garrett and Rep. Carla Cunningham.
We invite you to join us on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, in Raleigh to support our North Carolina legislators, who are filing the bills necessary to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to the U.S. Constitution. Here in North Carolina, we have the historic chance to bring equal rights to every citizen of the United States of America. North Carolina can be the 38th of 38 states needed to ratify the ERA. You can help! Here are 10 ways the ERA can make a difference!
ERA crowd in Legislative Building on 1/30/19 for ERA Advocacy Day #1. Photo Credit: Audrey Muck
We will gather at the North Carolina General Assembly, 16 West Jones Street in Raleigh, at 12:30 p.m. We need as many volunteers as we can get to show our legislators that North Carolinians support this important step forward in American history. Hope to see you in Raleigh.
Here are some 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. Plus an important advocacy day on a topic which would be a win/win/win for all of North Carolina – Medicaid Expansion.
1. The MLK March is on Monday, Jan 21, in downtown Raleigh. Meet on the Edenton St. side of the NC Capitol in Raleigh, at 10:40am. March step-off is at 11am. There are events all that weekend, including a breakfast before the march. Join us and carry signs or banner or just join us! Going to lunch afterwards as the group does every year.
Raleigh NOW’s facebook event on the march – https://www.facebook.com/events/754196291623076/
MLK march, 13 Jan 2017
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Rally to Stop Kavanaugh, Urge Senator Tillis to Vote NO
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
From: NC National Organization for Women, NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina, Action-NC
Gailya Paliga, http://www.northcarolinanow.org, president at raleighnow.org
Lynne Walter, https://prochoicenc.org/, lynne at prochoicenc.org
Kevin Rogers, http://www.actionnc.org/, kevin at actionnc.org
Raleigh, NC, 9/26/18 – Local leaders and advocates will gather outside Senator Tillis’ office on Thursday, September 27th at 9:30 am to protest the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Following the testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford about Kavanaugh’s past sexual misconduct and claims by two additional women who have stepped forward with similar stories, local constituents will urge Senator Tillis to immediately signal opposition to the Supreme Court nominee and reject his confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Should North Carolinians be tricked into giving the NC General Assembly a “blank check” to do whatever it wants to our state? NO!
Come greet the NCGA on Saturday morning, 8/4/18, as they return to Session to try to override the Governor’s vetoes of their hastily enacted legislation intended to deceive North Carolinians into voting away their rights.
Some of the many protesters at the hastily called legislative special session on 7/24/18 at which the #ncga leadership planned to interfere with constitutional amendments and judicial races yet again. Photo Credit: Phil Fonville
Meet out front at 10:30 AM Saturday to see the legislators as they head into session at 11:00 am at the State Legislative Building at 16 W. Jones Street.
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