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Celebrate Elected Women!

Celebration Honoring Women Elected to Office Everyone (women & men) please join us at The Levine Museum of the New South Thursday   December 6, 2018   6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The Black Women’s Caucus and Charlotte Women’s March invite you to... Continue Reading →

Women Voters Propel Democratic Takeover of U.S. House

Press Release from The Rutgers Center for American Women and Politics Rutgers University–New Brunswick Women Voters Propel Democratic Takeover of U.S. House of Representatives; Large Gender Gaps Apparent in Most 2018 Senate and Gubernatorial Races  Election Day polls suggest that... Continue Reading →

The Women’s Wave Rocked The Vote

A message from Melba Evans, President, NOW Charlotte Tuesday November 6, 2018 was a historic day! More women ran for office in 2018 than ever before and more women won! Voters were determined more than ever to elect feminists to positions... Continue Reading →

Letter from CWM President

A Letter from CWM President Jan Anderson The African proverb is right.... If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. The Charlotte Women’s March (CWM) has been the beneficiary of a host... Continue Reading →

Interrupting the Cradle to the Prison Pipeline

Civics 101: Interrupting the Cradle to the Prison Pipeline The Gantt Center, in partnership with the Social Justice Ministry of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, presents an informative session on the increasing jail and prison population of young, African-American men and... Continue Reading →

Marching Orders 10.30.18

Marching Orders Newsletter of the Charlotte Women's March Organization Volume 3  Number 7  October 30, 2018 Last year we said, "Things can’t go on like this," and they didn’t, they got worse. -- Will Rogers (1879-1935) Sound familiar? Since history... Continue Reading →

Bonds Conclude City and Town Residents’ Ballots

by Mary Hopper Every two years or so, the City of Charlotte places various bond issues on the ballot to pay for needs identified by a combination of staff, City Council and citizen input. Once City staff helps compile and... Continue Reading →

Carolyn Eberly Featured in Time Magazine

Time’s cover story is all about “The Wave Makers: How the Outraged Got Organized.”  And there looking back at us from a two page spread (pp.22-23) is Waxhaw-based Carolyn Eberly and her Indivisible NC 9 cohorts who “have been knocking... Continue Reading →

Meck Soil and Water Conservation Candidates

by Mary Hopper Six are vying for the two non-partisan slots as Mecklenburg Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisors.  Barbara Bleiweis has a real passion for protecting our threatened urban farmland including the 237 farms that remain in our county.... Continue Reading →

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