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Equal Means Equal Screening and Discussion – 9/17/19

Equal Means Equal is a groundbreaking film on women’s rights.

Learn about the true status of women and girls in the United States. This documentary follows Kamala Lopez as she journeys across the country to learn what women think about their lives, and how or if they want them to change. The interviews tell the stories of four generations of American women grappling with the status of their rights, the issues they face and how these have impacted our society. Lopez talks with women from the well-known, such as actress Patricia Arquette, and legendary feminist Gloria Steinem, to the unknown, including gang girls and hotel maids, to find out how being female impacts daily life, whether economically, politically or socially.

The film runs 90 minutes. Afterward, there will be time for discussion. You will want to discuss!

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Stand Up for Immigrants, Immigrant Children – 7/12/19

Hope you know about these “Lights For Liberty” rallies around the state and country on Friday, July 12, 2019, starting at 7pm. We expect many people to show up in support of immigrants. NOW Condemns Sexist and Racist Behavior by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Agents. VOX has a great article about who is benefitting from these terrible camps and more humane and less expensive ways to track immigrants and asylum seekers – “Reminder: Trump doesn’t need to keep migrants in detention camps,” 7/4/19.

Eliezar Posada speaking on at “Stop the Terror, Close the Camps” in Raleigh on 7/2/19. Photo Credit: Karen Ziegler, who was also the emcee.

This picture is from a Raleigh demonstration with 300-400 people, including women, men, moms, children and babies in Raleigh on Tuesday, 7/2/19, and that was at lunch time. These Lights of Liberty demonstrations are all after work, 7pm.

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Stop The Terror, Close The Camps, 7/2/19

The treatment of immigrants and immigrant children is heartbreaking, and must be stopped. Children’s situations are reported in their own words, in  “Children Inside Texas Detention Centers Describe Squalid Conditions” by the RollingStone, on 6/27/19. One child after another states how bad conditions are inside Texas detention camps.

Trail of onesies because babies and children are taken from their families

Photo Credit: Stacie Borrello

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Voices of Domestic Violence Town Hall – Triad – 4/11/19

Every town hall is a unique experience. The Voice of Domestic Violence Town Hall in Winston Salem on 4/11/19 included experts, survivors, current warriors with powerful stories and valuable information to share! Event summary here.

Panel and Characteristics of Abusers slide. Photo Credit: Gailya Paliga

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