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.
Join NC NOW chapters in the 10th annual Historic Thousands on Jones St March and Rally on Saturday, Feb 13, 2016.
Join NC NOW members at MLK marches around the state. Details here on MLK marches in the Triangle.
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.
Congresswoman Alma Adams is the keynote speaker for the 2015 NC NOW state conference, “Focusing Women’s Power NOW!”
A highlight of national NOW conference in New Orleans was the “Breaking The Silence: A Town Hall Hearing on Women of Color in New Orleans.” The Town Hall was Thursday, Jun 18, 2015, 3-6pm.
Cities for CEDAW can come to your city with your help! CEDAW is Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. Find out about the Cities for CEDAW campaign.
Women’s Events to put on your calendar. Up to and including NC NOW’s state conference, “Focusing Women’s Power NOW” on Oct 10, 2015.
Take action against SB 2, which would give magistrates the right to decide who gets their services according to their own personal beliefs and prejudices.
ERA is ‘in the air,’ according to the NC National Organization for Women. The ERA stars in a new book, Equal Means Equal, was mentioned in an Oscar award acceptance speech last Sunday, and (big announcement!) is being introduced at the NC Legislature this session. ERA would address ongoing pay inequity, workplace discrimination and violence against women!