A professional view of economic security for women in NC, from the Budget and Tax Center.
BREAKING NEWS: Fabulous Feminist Ellie Smeal (Ms. Magazine and Feminist Majority), and NOW president Terry O’Neill are coming to Raleigh on March 3 at 11am! They are just a few of the exciting speakers lined up for this She Wins, We Win rally!
Fayetteville NOW is working with other organizations to promote discussions around race and white privilege via a 3 part ‘Cracking the Code” series. This series works to promote understanding each other through cultural awareness.
Wake County Commission for Women (WCCW) released a wide-ranging and informative report that tracks and evaluates the current condition of Wake County women in the work force. In addition to assessing the level of income disparity between the sexes, the study identifies and investigates the barriers to access job-seeking women face when entering and re-entering the labor market. It further provides an overview of programs that exist to assist women in overcoming such impediments and offers a set of recommendations to reduce their effect.
The TPP will cost American jobs, exacerbate income and wealth inequality and threaten U.S. environmental, public health and food safety laws and regulations. Please join us in opposition to TPP at the press conference on 2/3/16. Read more about it and take other action.
What do you know about TPP? How may it affect you and your country? What can you do?
Companies are making millions and refusing to pay their employees for the employees work in too many cases. And the NC Dept of Labor is doing almost nothing to fix this – even though THEY HAVE THE POWER. Take Action!
Call the Governor and ask for his plan to expand Medicaid on the “Where’s the Plan? Day of Action for Medicaid Expansion” Call or email even if after the day of action!
NC NOW’s twentieth legislative update is available for members. This update is for the week ending June 20th. All updates include a list of bills that NC NOW is tracking. Here is a summary of week 20’s changes.
NC NOW’s eighteenth and nineteenth legislative updates are available for members. These are the June 13 and June 6 Legislative Updates. All updates include a list of bills that NC NOW is tracking.