Black Mama: Endangered

In partnership with Hannah Hasan and the Epoch Tribe, CRAN (Charlotte Reproductive Action Network) is proud to announce Black Mama: Endangered, a live storytelling event on black women's reproductive rights and experiences with the United States' healthcare system. Black Mama: Endangered... Continue Reading →

Help Us Build  Women United March – January 25, 2020

We're kicking off the Women United March planning on September 19 at 6:30-8pm. Come meet the Co-Chairs Becca Bernstein of Charlotte Women's March, and Atreece Bailey of National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Queen City Metropolitan Chapter and hear how you can get... Continue Reading →

March to Movement

Charlotte Women’s March (CWM) is Rebranding and We Need Your Help As we march forward into 2020, Charlotte Women’s March (CWM) is changing our name and logo to better reflect who we are. CWM was started in February 2017 when... Continue Reading →

We can all stand against hate

We must take a united stand in Charlotte-Mecklenburg. Over recent weeks, racist and hate-filled messages have been sent to elected and appointed leaders of color in Charlotte-Mecklenburg. These messages are driven by attitudes and beliefs that must be rejected and... Continue Reading →

Civics 101

The League of Women Voters of Charlotte Mecklenburg invites you to register for 2019 Civics 101 23 YEARS OF CITIZEN AWARENESS AND EDUCATION Much has changed in the last twenty plus years, but one requirement has remained constant – the... Continue Reading →

AIR Court Observer Project Training

Advocates for Immigrant Rights (AIR) Court Observer Project Training Saturday, August 24 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. First United Methodist Church 501 N. Tryon Street Come Join Us! Click here to sign up for the training! Charlotte has one of... Continue Reading →

Trump V. Immigration – What’s Behind the Headlines

On Thursday, July 18th  140 community members gathered at International House for the “Trump vs Immigration” panel co-sponsored by Charlotte Women’s March and International House. Attendees heard a presentation by Jennifer De La Jara, International House Director of Education highlighting... Continue Reading →

MAP (Migrant Assistance Project)

How can I help? Many of you asked this question after the Trump V. Immigration discussion last week. If you are so inclined we are passing along one small link to a local group that has been assisting the asylum... Continue Reading →

City Council Could Vote on Resolution

Charlotte leaders condemn racism they saw in Greenville: ‘We will not tolerate it’ by Jim Morrill, Charlotte Observer, July 19, 2019 Leaders of the city that will host next year’s Republican National Convention are rebuking what the mayor called “racist... Continue Reading →

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