Going into the New Year, we will not be silent! It is time to make our movement explode onto the scene. SPREAD THE WORD!!! More on the 2017 Women’s March on Raleigh here. #womensmarchonraleigh
What to do now, after a crushing national defeat.
Please join us at our annual state conference. This year we feature North Carolina State Auditor Beth Wood as our keynote speaker. Learn about ‘the female effect’ and also how things were for women in 1966, when NOW was founded. How are women doing now? And what can we do now? Join us in Raleigh this year!
“Equal Means Equal” is a must-see! Pulls you in right away. Do you remember these terrible quotes? Recent past, people. See the trailer here! Then see the whole documentary! Coming out official on Sept 6, 2016. Early showing on Aug 26.
There is a clear and present danger for the existing women’s clinic and the city must take steps to protect staff, patients and clinic now either by voting against the rezone or adding sufficient safeguard conditions on the property. Take action! Join us at the hearing in support of the clinic.
Take a look at the pro-choice signature ad packet that NC NOW delivers to all NC Legislators. This year’s letter talks about anti-choice legislation in 2015 and about how HB 2 is disastrous for women.
Annual event commemorating Roe v. Wade, this year screening Vessel. Their ‘journey’ will impress you and inspire you. 2016 marks the 43rd anniversary of that decision which gave women the right to control their own bodies.
Read about 3 excellent documentaries you’ll want to see! Explore problems of campus rape and dangerous portrayal of women in media and culture. Be inspired by a sea captain/doctor bringing information and assistance to women in countries where abortion is banned.
Documentary on campus rape in the US, “The Hunting Ground,” is available for screening. As a special treat, CNN is broadcasting it on Sunday, Nov 22, 2015, at 8pm. Watch alone or with a group. Appropriate for mid teen and older. Definitely not younger children.