Very excited about this event we’re planning with other women and women’s organizations. When Women Gather: Uniting for Positive Change, on July 25, via Zoom!
We have a few special limited edition conference/Time For Justice Is NOW t-shirts left. These lavender t-shirts were sold on a first come first serve basis at the 2019 NC NOW State Conference. If we don’t have your size available, we will get back to you with options.
Limited time: Conference T-Shirt Available, $15+S&H
+Shipping if applicable
Use this form.
We are excited to announce that the NC NOW State Conference has received more than 25 submissions for the silent auction and will probably get a few more. Here are some examples, and some directions for you if you are bringing an item for the auction on Saturday.
Pottery by Jan Anderson Ceramics. Jan Anderson is the President of Charlotte Women’s March.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Gailya Paliga, President, NC National Organization for Women, firstname.lastname@example.org
Melba Evans, President, Charlotte NOW, email@example.com
November 3, 2019
The Time For Justice Is NOW: NC NOW State Conference on 11/9/19
Raleigh, NC – There are many examples of injustice around us: women’s health being targeted, disparities in school suspensions along racial lines, women’s reports of sexual assault and harassment being discounted, treatment of migrants and immigrants, mass incarceration of minorities, underpayment for women’s work, re-segregation of our schools to name just a few. NC National Organization for Women is working on some of these issues at our annual conference on Saturday, November 9, 2019, in Charlotte.
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Stop by Friday night to partake in Open Mic!
Open to all!
Speak your mind, tell a joke, a story, a poem, or reclaim your time…
Say what you need to say at Feminism Speaks: Open Mic night!
Must be 21 years or older to attend.
Please keep your contribution clean.
Maureen Wertheim put together a beautiful collection of Silent Auction items for the NC NOW State Conference. Please take a look in silent auction items description MW.v5. Join us to bid on them. Here are a few samples.
Upcoming Opportunities to help in Raleigh in October 2018:
Oct 2 at Cameron Village Library, Raleigh NOW meeting, 7:15pm
Oct 4 at Halifax Mall – set up, clean up, or run the NC NOW table
Oct 8 at Mahler Art Gallery – bring food, help it stay stocked up, setup and cleanup
Oct 17 at NC NOW Office – putting conference packets together
Oct 19 at screening of Seeing Allred in Raleigh, set up, clean up
Oct 20 at state conference – room and food set up and cleanup
Email president at raleighnow.org if you can help at any or all of these events.
Female Lego Judge picture, in honor of Judicial Meet and Greet on Oct 8, in Raleigh.
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Time to register for the conference on 10/20/18. The Call to Conference newsletter at NOWNewsFall2018.Conference v4. 2018 NC NOW State Conference theme is “Women Rising Up NOW!” Please join us 10/20/18 in Raleigh. Read about keynote speaker and more in the newsletter.
Civil Rights Attorney, Anita Earls Photo Credit: Anita Earls
“Speak Truth To Power NOW” was the theme of the 2018 National NOW Conference held in San Jose California from Jul 6-Jul 8, 2018. NOW members came from around the country to attend. The conference included many plenaries and workshops. There also was a PAC discussion luncheon, full of more fabulous speakers. My single favorite experience was meeting Attorney Gloria Allred after a screening of new documentary “Seeing Allred” which we hope to show in NC soon! My favorites speakers out of many exciting speakers were Feminist Majority founder Ellie Smeal and Nevada Senator Pat Spearman, who was instrumental in ratifying ERA in Nevada. Both of these women have come to North Carolina in the past – and I would say – follow them anywhere!
Gloria Allred receiving a Lifetime Acheivement Award from NOW. Photo credit: Linda Tosti-Lane
Please join us! Planning inspiring speakers and practical workshops.