Newsletters

News OMG extra extraHere are the highlights and summaries of our most recent newsletters with links to the PDF versions. You can find all our news and recent posts here.

8/24/17 – NC NOW newsletter for Jul/Aug 2017

June and July were full of serious threats to healthcare via slashing or repealing ACA, both from Trump and Congress. 70% of adults on Medicaid are women. 75 million Americans depend on it. Read about how those bills target women more than you may know—on pg 4.

Read about other events in June & July and an action to take on pg 2. Feminist 5K was a great success. The Young Feminist Committee of Fay. NOW’s held first event, and second is planned for Sep. 2.

Take action on the outrageous attacks on the first woman to hold statewide executive office in NC, Elaine Marshall.

“Tuesdays with Tillis” highlight a different topic every week. NC NOW and others spoke on the devastation Trumpcare would cause on Jul 11. Senator Tillis’ office is reacting to continued protests—both on pg 2.

August 26 is Women’s Equality Day—read about it on pg 3. Learn other rights women don’t have at Equal Means Equal showings around state—both community showings and campus showings on pg 5.


5/20/17 – NC/Raleigh NOW newsletter for May and Jun 2017
Read about some of the NC Senate’s despicable actions, page 1. Read about what chapters around the state have been doing (page 2). Read why Science is a women’s issue in ‘Women in Science’ on page 3. See about the Feminist 5K on page 3 too. Read about a pro-rape representative from New Hampshire and problem with Trumpcare on page 4.  Read about ERA activities and about what really happened with HB2 in April on page 5.

3/5/17 – NC/Raleigh NOW Newsletter, March and April 2017
This description is from the President’s Voice section on the front page, telling you what is in the newsletter. Highlights: 
People have woken up in NC!

We had an unbelievable turnout at the Women’s March On Raleigh (WMOR) and in 12 other cities in NC!! The WMOR had estimates ranged from 17,000 to 40,000 people. Read about the WMOR on page 4

  • Burr/Tillis – “F” for Fail op-ed by Gailya Paliga and Amy Hellmers
  • How to handle elected officials who refuse to meet with constituents – Town Hall meetings.
  • “Advocacy 101: The Basics” event on Mar 28, in Raleigh
  • What I want for Valentines Day is Equal Rights for Women!
  • NC NOW Office Open House on Saturday, Mar 18, in Raleigh

1/20/17 – NC NOW Newsletter Jan/Feb 2017
Written before the Women’s Marches that occurred across NC (TWELVE across NC, last I heard!) and across the country, and around the world! Find it at
Highlights:

  • What Else Women Need From Governor Cooper, by Paula Wolf, political consultant and lobbyist.
  • Chapter events and contacts around NC.
  • NC NOW’s legislative update #1, by Robin Davis, which is emailed to NC NOW members.
  • “I joined NOW, NOW What?” based on an article by Triad NOW President, Audrey Muck.

12/1/16 – Pro-choice signature ad newsletter – 2017.

11/16/16 – NC NOW Newsletter for Oct/Nov 2016
Rewritten after 2016 election. What do we do now? What we had been doing when we thought the world was sane. What’s coming up, including documentaries and events.

8/17/16 – Call to Conference for “Women Making History NOW” conference on Oct 1, 2016, in Raleigh NC. It’s the 50th anniversary of National Organization for Women! Celebrate NOW and important women on this exciting anniversary. The newsletter also includes National NOW PAC’s endorsement of Deborah Ross for US Senate. You all know that the NOW PAC endorsed Hillary Clinton for President at our national NOW conference in June 2015. Find the newsletter at NC NOW Newsletter Fall 2016.

6/16/16 – NCnRaleigh NOW newsletter May-July 2016 includes the continued damage from the law known as HB 2, why we had a second primary (we’re glad!), continued stonewalling of African American women for federal positions, teachers in the streets! Also includes how people can get involved. Note that chapter meetings are listed on front page.

4/9/16 – NCnRaleigh NOW newsletter Jan-Apr2016, showing NC NOW chapter events around the state, our upcoming ERA-NC Alliance event (4/12/16), NC NOW’s press release:HB 2 is Disastrous for Women (4/7/16), our “She Wins We Win” events in March, and some national observations, like on the passing of anti-abortion Supreme Court Justice Scalia, and the treatment of Melissa Harris-Perry by MSNBC.

12/15/15 – NC NOW November-December 2015 newsletter, reviewing the Women’s Equality Through Time event (8/28/15) and the NC NOW State Conference (10/10/15).  Not mailed.

12/1/15 – NC NOW Pro-Choice Signature Ad Appeal.  The annual Pro-Choice Signature Ad will run in the Jan 20, 2016 issue of Indy Week.

8/31/15 – NC NOW Call-To-Conference newsletter – for “Focusing Women’s Power NOW” conference on Oct 10, 2015.  Read newsletter at NC NOW Newsletter Call to Conference 2015. Read about the state conference online at https://northcarolinanow.wordpress.com/conferences/

7/21/15 – NC NOW August newsletter – read about and find online at https://northcarolinanow.wordpress.com/2015/07/23/nc-now-newsletter-august-2015/

6/1/15 – NC NOW May-June-July newsletter – read about and find online at https://northcarolinanow.wordpress.com/2015/06/17/nc-now-may-july-2015-newsletter-online/

4/14/15 – NC NOW spring 2015 newsletter – read about and find online at https://northcarolinanow.wordpress.com/2015/04/27/2015-spring-nc-now-newsletter/

12/15/14 – Pro-Choice Signature Ad Appeal Form – 2015 – for Raleigh NOW – sigad2015.raleighnow

12/1/14 – Pro-Choice Signature Ad Appeal Form – 2015

8/29/14 – NC NOW Newsletter, Fall 2014 – NOWNewsFall2014.v4

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2 responses to “Newsletters

  1. can you send me your newsletter?

    • Our newsletters are posted online as you see.

      If you want newsletters mailed to you, join now! I need your snail mail address, and would get it if you join. Otherwise, send an email to president@raleighnow.org with your home address and we can mail a few with you.

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