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All Women, Awareness, and Action…A Message from Laura and Gina-CWM Co-Presidents

We at Charlotte Women’s March have found ourselves both pleased and a little overwhelmed by our new role. CWM was - as were many other women-focused grassroots organizations - born two years ago in response to the 2016 election. We... Continue Reading →

A Golden Door Slamming Shut

The Trump Administration´s Systematic Plan to Reject Asylum Seekers By Barbara Randolph Our nation, through the acts of the Trump Administration and the silence of those in power, is sending a clear message to the world: we are putting the... Continue Reading →

YOU can make a difference in the midterm elections!

by Frances Thompson Recognizing that Charlotte Women’s March has some 2,300 members who would like to make an impact on the November mid-term elections and that candidates are looking for volunteers, CWM has gathered information to help both groups meet... Continue Reading →

Vigil to End the War on Immigrants

Saturday, June 30th First Ward Park, 6:30 PM #firstwardvigil #cltislistening #reunitedandfree   Event hosted by: Action NC, Latin American Coalition, Comunidad Colectiva, Coalition for Cultural Compassion, Shining Stars, Charlotte Women's March, ACLU Charlotte, Indivisible Charlotte, Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Justice... Continue Reading →

We Can Do Better

End Zero Tolerance; Support Family Safety As a champion for those in need, Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy fights for family unity every day. We condemn the Trump administration’s "zero tolerance" policy” which has led to the mass separation of... Continue Reading →

287(g): What is Being Done in Our Name?

by Peggy Dickerson At the Spring meeting of the Charlotte Women’s March, on April 24, Barbara Randolph, immigrant justice advocate and activist, took her turn on our panel to share critical, and frequently misunderstood, facts related to Mecklenburg County’s participation... Continue Reading →

“We Are All Immigrants” — Rabbi Judy Schindler

by Kathleen Mundle What was it like to be a six-year-old child taken from her mother at the border? What happens to Charlotte’s undocumented immigrants if they are stopped for a traffic violation? Do we have valid statistics on Charlotte’s... Continue Reading →

Update on March For Our Lives Charlotte–Can you volunteer?

March For Our Lives Charlotte First Ward Park 11:00 a.m.  March 24, 2018 CWM is posting this message and update on behalf of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. CWM will continue to provide updated information as we receive... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Ramona Brant

In honor of Charlotte Women's Day, which we turned into a month-long celebration, CWM remembers and celebrates Ramona Brant. We were recently introduced to Ramona through her passionate advocacy work. Ramona Brant was sentenced to life in prison for a... Continue Reading →

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