“Equal Means Equal” is a must-see! Pulls you in right away. Do you remember these terrible quotes? Recent past, people. See the trailer here! Then see the whole documentary! Coming out official on Sept 6, 2016. Early showing on Aug 26.
Latest information on the ERA-NC Alliance kick-off at WFU on 4/12/16. Includes panel discussion speakers and parking tips!
Fayetteville NOW and Quaker House Win Community Award for Work Against Racism. Next series of “Cracking the Codes” begins in Apr 2016.
Remember this disaster? NFL football player Ray Rice knocks out his fiancée cold. It’s caught on video, yet Rice is rewarded by the NFL – with a pink jersey showcasing his game jersey number on it. Until the rest of the video coverage was leaked and the NFL couldn’t pretend anymore.
Join NC NOW chapters in the 10th annual Historic Thousands on Jones St March and Rally on Saturday, Feb 13, 2016.
Read about 3 excellent documentaries you’ll want to see! Explore problems of campus rape and dangerous portrayal of women in media and culture. Be inspired by a sea captain/doctor bringing information and assistance to women in countries where abortion is banned.
Documentary on campus rape in the US, “The Hunting Ground,” is available for screening. As a special treat, CNN is broadcasting it on Sunday, Nov 22, 2015, at 8pm. Watch alone or with a group. Appropriate for mid teen and older. Definitely not younger children.
HB318 is deceptively named the “Protect North Carolina Workers Act” since in reality, it directly hurts part-time workers and immigrants and other vulnerable populations. Read about it here.
Some articles on national concerns for women, including how to fight income inequality, work policies to support women and DV victims, the Pope’s blind spot with abortion, how the Hyde Amendment continues to do single out low-income people, and where the terrible Hobby Lobby decision is taking us now.
NC NOW had an exciting state conference on Oct 10, 2015. The theme was “Focusing Women’s Power NOW!” Read about inspiring speakers, panel topics and workshops moving feminists forward. Congresswoman Adams’ keynote speech now available!