Join us on Tuesday, September 10, 2019, at 11:30am, to find out why Planned Parenthood had to pull out of the Title X program and what that means, and how this adds to the enormity of attacks on women via women’s reproductive health care access.
Media Advisory for the #StopTheBans rally in Chapel Hill on 5/21/19. Includes information on some of the bans and how clueless some of the lawmakers have been.
A slew of major anti-abortion bills are passing in states, with some being signed into law around the country. These laws are designed to oppress and control women. The goal is to overturn Roe v Wade, using the new makeup of the US Supreme Court with Kavanaugh and Gorsuch.
Summary of Raleigh #StopKavanaugh event, and highlights of first day of hearings, which were in chaos!
Senator Thom Tillis is sending out emails asking constituents to sign a petition in support of #SCOTUS nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh! Read more about Kavanaugh and take action here.
The Supreme Court said in November 2017 that it would decide whether it violates free speech guarantees for California to require “crisis pregnancy centers” (CPCs) to tell patients the truth about access to contraception services and abortion assistance. Opening arguments start this month (March 20, 2018) and pro-choice activists will be there to rally on the side of truth!! One day trip.
Join Fayetteville NOW at their Women’s Rally on Fayetteville, on Saturday, January 20, 2018, at 1pm at the Downtown Market House in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Theme is celebrating Reproductive Rights and the Roe decision.
Take a stand and make a public statement in support of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision and the rights it protects. We invite you to join us in signing our annual pro-choice signature ad. You can do so using a form or online.
While even President Trump described the House Trumpcare bill as ‘mean,’ his colorful verdict is an uncommon understatement as it applies to the House and Senate bills’ treatment of women’s healthcare. Trumpcare is ‘cruel’ to women, and especially harsh to North Carolinians.
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.