Coverage during and after the Women’s March On Raleigh

Trying to keep track of press coverage of the WMOR during and after the march. Attendance estimates are now up to 40,000 based on people studying and estimating based on pictures of the actual march. Thanks to Sarah Moncelle for putting this together at https://womensmarchonraleigh.org/press/.

Fayetteville NOW Domestic Violence Awareness Event – 12/3/16

Report of Fayetteville NOW’s an annual wreath-laying ceremony to promote better awareness of domestic violence. This is the eighth year that Fayetteville NOW has done this ceremony and lays a wreath on the grave where domestic violence victim Beryl Mitchell is buried. Fayetteville NOW has a long history of working against violence against women in concrete ways.

Women’s March On Raleigh: Women Mobilize NC on 1/21/17 – Press Release

A multiracial, multi-religious, and multi-generational grassroots group of women are planning a Women’s March on Raleigh (WMOR). We are giving voice to thousands of women, connecting them with existing organizations. This is also a solidarity event with the Women’s March on Washington, also taking place January 21st, 2017. Families are welcome! Please join us!

Women’s March on Raleigh 2017 – Spread The Word!

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

Update on Women’s Marches in DC and around US on 1/21/17

Update and history on Women’s March on Washington. Also, look for women’s marches in other cities in North Carolina, including Charlotte and Raleigh.

December plans for Fayetteville, Triad, Asheville and Chlt NOW chapters

December events with Fayetteville NOW, Charlotte NOW, Triad NOW and Asheville NOW. Triangle events in a separate post.

One saved, one lost of the NC 6 plus more

One of the NC6 has been at least temporarily saved, another just deported to the country where her father was murdered. Learn more about how the Durham community fought to get Wildin Acosta back, and how the US is treating certain immigrants at our State Conference on Oct 1, 2016.

Women’s Equality Day screening of ‘Equal Means Equal’ in NC – 2016

“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.