Save Roe Women’s Marches Across NC – Oct 2, 2021

Here are links to known Save Roe v. Wade events around NC on October 2, 2021, and other dates. Events are planned in Charlotte, Raleigh, Weaverville, the Triad, Wilmington, Fayetteville, and more. One is on September 18, the year anniversary of the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. There was one in Asheville on Labor Day, September 6, 2021. Watch the Asheville event here.

Save Roe Women’s Events in Raleigh and Durham – Oct 2, 2021

Save the date! Women’s event in Raleigh on Saturday, October 2, 11am-2pm, in conjunction with protests around NC and the country! We know of rallies in Raleigh, Weaverville, Wilmington, Charlotte, Greensboro, Fayetteville and more! Find one near you!

Cavalier: MMIW Speech: Enough Finger Pointing, Start Fixing It

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.

Insiders View of Raleigh Women’s March – 1/26/20

We are so very excited about the Raleigh Women’s March on Sunday, Jan 26, 2020! See video inviting you to Raleigh Women’s March here. You may recognize someone in this one ;-). The march begins at the Legislative Building at 16 W. Jones St and ends up at Halifax Mall. We have great speakers andContinue reading “Insiders View of Raleigh Women’s March – 1/26/20”

Protests Make A Difference!

Get those marching shoes on! Long time study says protests make a difference! This 2018 Stanford study shows that both liberal and conservative protests have had a real impact on U.S. House elections, based on 30 years of data.  “On average, a wave of liberal protesting in a congressional district can increase a Democratic candidate’sContinue reading “Protests Make A Difference!”

More NC Women’s Marches in 2020

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.