Fayetteville Chapter of NOW is sponsoring a Women’s Rally, on Saturday, January 20, 2018, at 1pm at the Downtown Market House in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
We are commemorating the anniversary of last year’s historic Women’s March on Washington (2017), and more importantly, we are celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Supreme Court Decision Roe v Wade (January 22, 1973). It’s that historic ruling that declared women’s right to privacy, afforded via the 14th amendment (due process), extends and affords women the right to have an abortion.
Additionally, we ask women who believe and realize that they can make a difference to stand with us, to join us. It will be the women (and the men who support us) working to dismantle the barriers that create the following.
Posted in #MeToo, abortion, birth control, civil rights, domestic violence, Equal Rights Amendment, reproductive rights, Sexual Assault
Tagged abortion, birth control, domestic violence, Equal Rights Amendment, reproductive rights, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment
According to CNN, “One fifth of Americans know someone who said #MeToo,” 11/9/17. “You don’t have to be a young and beautiful film star to be harassed and humiliated.” Do you have a story to share?
Tuesdays With Tillis Protester! Photo Credit: Stacie Borrello
Tuesdays With Tillis theme of #MeToo and sexual harassment/sexual assault. The topic is “Stop the Assaults, Stop the Violence.” Contact president at raleighnow.org if you have a story to share – which you could do in person, or by sending your story for someone else to read. Whether or not you want to share a story, join us to witness, and take action.
Date: Tuesday, Nov 14, 2017
Place: 310 New Bern Ave, the Federal Building