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More events for March, 2017

This post is in addition to the many events posted on 2/2/17 for February and March, including a showing of Equal Means Equal on 3/26/17 with Durham NOW in Durham.

Rally to end gerrymandering – 3/1/17
Democracy NC set up a lobby day to end gerrymandering on 3/1/17 (listed in the earlier post). And they have added a rally afterward – maybe because they filled all of the lobbying appointment spots (9am-1pm) and people still want to have a say!

If you’re on facebook, mark yourself at https://www.facebook.com/events/274748426279577/

We Will Be Heard – Burr/Tillis Town Hall on 3/5/17, 2-4pm.

Community members in the Triangle area will be holding a Citizens Town Hall to gather and make our voices heard. We will speak out about issues that concern North Carolinians, and send our comments to US Senators Burr and Tillis if they do not attend. They were invited.

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Newsletter available online – Oct/Nov 2016

NC NOW Newsletter for October/November 2016 is available online.  What are some of the topics covered in it?

What do we do now (after the election)?

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We celebrated NOW’s 50th anniversary and this historic time in US history of a woman running for president, and running as the candidate with the absolute most experience of the bunch. More on page 3.

We find seeing is believing—video of Senator Burr’s shocking comments made at a GOP event propel him into the spotlight. Note: be sure to mail any exposing videos to CNN! More on page 2.

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Pro-Choice Signature Ad Packets are ready!

Join us to deliver the Pro-Choice Signature Ad Packets to our legislators at their offices in Raleigh on Monday, 5/23/16.  We run our pro-choice signature ad in Indy Week every year to commemorate the Roe v. Wade anniversary.  Later during the year, we deliver packets including signature ads to our legislators to remind them of the many pro-choice residents of our state.

Members from around NC are delivering NC NOW’s pro-choice signature ad packets to all of our legislators on May 23, 2016. Please join us!  This year our packet includes a letter from NC NOW summarizing anti-choice legislation and the harm that HB 2 does, an article about anti-choice legislation signed into law in 2015, as well as an article about how disastrous HB 2 is for women.

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Roberta Waddle speaking out against HB465 on May 8, 2015, in Fayetteville NC. Part of “Don’t Break Your Promise” tour. Photo Credit: Hannah Osborne

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2015 Pro-Choice Signature Ad Packet

NC NOW delivered copies of our pro-choice signature ad with NC NOW’s view on reproductive rights and related issues to every NC Senator and Representative in the NC House.  NC NOW does a pro-choice signature ad every year to commemorate the Roe v. Wade anniversary.  The ad runs in the Indy Weekly, and includes columns of names of pro-choice men and women in North Carolina.

Here is a picture of the 2014 pro-choice signature ad.

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This year, the pro-choice signature ad packet included a folder with the following:

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2015 Spring NC NOW Newsletter

See NC NOW’s latest newsletter. Do you know

  • HB465 includes new OUTRAGEOUS requirements for the physician who ’causes miscarriage or abortion’ after 18 weeks to SEND THE WOMAN’S ULTRASOUNDS, MEASUREMENTS, ETC TO DHHS!!!!!
  • What TPP is? What Fast Track is?
  • How safe abortions really are?
  • How unsafe college campuses really are?

Find out about these and more at https://northcarolinanow.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/ncnraleigh-now-newsletter-spring-2015-v6.pdf

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Also, read more about how rudely the NC House sped HB465 through, and how some good legislators tried to make it more reasonable (and/or school the House on why this law will be overturned if it gets that far) at https://northcarolinanow.wordpress.com/2015/04/24/interfering-condescending-and-invasive-bill-hb465/

Upcoming events for April 2015

Rally, Silent Sentinals, action at home, WAD, Signature Ad delivery

1. Trust Women Rally on Wednesday, April 8, 2pm

Join NC NOW and other women’s organizations at the Trust Women rally to tell our elected officials to TRUST WOMEN and stop playing politics with women’s reproductive health!  In this case, the sore point is anti-abortion language the conservatives stuffed into what had been a bi-partisan bill to fight human trafficking.

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We’re meeting in front of Senator Thom Tillis’ office (same place where Jesse Helms used to work), at 310 New Bern Avenue Raleigh, NC 27601.

Find the event on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/1580336125538857/

It is also listed on NC NOW’s facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/NC-NOW-National-Organization-for-Women/180024368705304

I plan to mention other obstruction our Senators have been doing.

2. Either way – take an easy action from home!

Whether or not you can make the rally, give our elected Senators an email on the same topic.

Take this easy action from wherever you are – home, work, stuck in traffic. It does 2 things for you – encourages voting for excellent US Atty General nominee Loretta Lynch and encourage congress to pass a clean bill against human trafficking – get the anti-abortion mess out of there.

https://northcarolinanow.wordpress.com/2015/03/30/this-easy-action-is-a-twofer/ 

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More upcoming events with NC NOW and chapters

Thursday, Jan 29, 2015 – Triad NOW Meet and Greet at 7pm at Augustine’s Bistro.  It’s at 401 W. 4th Street in downtown Winston-Salem  For more information, go to https://northcarolinanow.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/triad-now-meet-and-greet-29jan15.pdf

Tuesday, Feb 3, 2015 – No Raleigh NOW meeting.  Go instead to the Panel Discussion at NCCU in Durham “The Economics of Education: What We Owe Our Children and Our Nation.” Free and open to the public.  Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Orange, Durham and Chatham Counties and the NCCU School of Education.  See an event flyer at http://www.lwvodc.org/files/02-03-15_program_flyer.pdf

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