“I Love The ERA” Cookie Drop Summary and Pix

Great turnout at the “I Love The ERA” Cookie Drop  on Jun 7, 2017, at the NC Legislative Building. See pix. Our message was for legislators to move the ERA bills out of the Rules Committee, and give them the public hearings they deserve!

NC NOW Legislative Update #16 – targetting the poor (food stamps, education programs)

NC NOW Legislative Update #16 of 2017 is available. This legislative update includes the latest on the Senate budget, like proposed slashes to food stamps program, and how the House is going to try address some of the outrages of it.

Women’s March On Raleigh: Women Mobilize NC on 1/21/17 – Press Release

A multiracial, multi-religious, and multi-generational grassroots group of women are planning a Women’s March on Raleigh (WMOR). We are giving voice to thousands of women, connecting them with existing organizations. This is also a solidarity event with the Women’s March on Washington, also taking place January 21st, 2017. Families are welcome! Please join us!

10th annual HK on J march and rally in Raleigh – Feb 13, 2016

Join NC NOW chapters in the 10th annual Historic Thousands on Jones St March and Rally on Saturday, Feb 13, 2016.

Governor McCrory signs bill targeting immigrants and poor people

Links to articles on a bill which targets immigrants and poor people. The anti-immigration sections go into effect immediately. This bill was signed by Governor McCrory on 10/29/15.

TAKE ACTION! Tell Legislators to Reject Bills that Divert Funding from Public Schools (NCJC)

URGENT ACTION! Tell Legislators to Reject Bills that Divert Funding from Public Schools, Hamper Teachers’ Ability to Educate. NC Justice Center makes it easy!

We Make America Great Walk – Charlotte to Raleigh – Nov 2015

Join us on the ‘We Make America Great’ Walk! Join us in support of immigrants and working families! People will walk from Charlotte on Nov 8 to Raleigh on Nov 20, where we’ll deliver our message to Governor McCrory.

“Women’s Equality Through Time” event on 8/28/15 drew hundreds!

Our first annual Women’s Equality March and Rally included elected officials, Durham City Council members, Durham County Commissioners and 300 plus people, who marched in solidarity and in support of Women’s Rights.