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Legislative Update and Call to Action

A Message from Democratic Women of North Carolina (DWNC) and Planned Parenthood South Atlantic (PPSA) Greetings, The NC Senate Judiciary Committee passed the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act on Friday afternoon, and the full Senate will vote on this bill Monday... Continue Reading →

Call For Transparency

Charlotte Women's March joins local voices calling for transparency North Carolina Voices Calling for Transparency – A Letter to Sean Gallagher   April 1st, 2019   Sean Gallagher, Director Immigration & Customs Enforcement Atlanta Field Office 180 Ted Turner Dr.... Continue Reading →

End Gerrymandering Now

One of the issues the Executive Board of The Charlotte Women’s March is focusing on this year is Gerrymandering. Gerrymandering occurs when legislators draw boundaries of legislative districts to create an unfair advantage for political parties and incumbents. In so doing, they pick... Continue Reading →

CWM Habitat Women Build Day

Charlotte Women’s March and Habitat for Humanity Team up for a Women Build Day: May 18, 2019 CWM has 15 slots to fill for women who are interested in helping build a Habitat home. Come out and support the cause... Continue Reading →

NC: Ratify the ERA

One more state. Not one more generation. North Carolina has historic chance to secure equal rights for all with ERA Legislators will file bills in the North Carolina General Assembly House and Senate on March 5 to ratify the Equal... Continue Reading →

Civics 101

The League of Women Voters Charlotte Mecklenburg presents Civics 101 beginning February 25, 2019 Civics 101 is a 5-week, one-evening-per-week program led by current and former government officials in a face-to-face format. This program is especially useful to the citizens... Continue Reading →

Health Care Justice Workshop

Health Care Justice: Improved Medicare for All Sunday, February 10, 2019 • 3 PM to 5 PM Queens University Belk Chapel on Radcliffe Ave Join our “Teach In” to learn about Improved Medicare for All and how to take constituent... Continue Reading →

We Hear You, We See You

Women United March Speeches WUM kicked off Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in First Ward Park with a Speaker's Forum.  In addition to our co-keynotes Justice Anita Earls and Rabbi Judy Schindler, speakers included national and local elected... Continue Reading →

Are the Women’s Marches Really Imploding?

by Gina Navarrete and Laura Meier, co-presidents of Charlotte Women’s March The following article appears as an Op Ed in the Charlotte Observer. There have been many claims that the women’s march movement is imploding. But we are here to... Continue Reading →

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