Dreamers Need Your Voice!

Call on Your Representatives and Congressional Leaders to Protect Dreamers and Support the Dream Act of 2017. On September 5th the Trump Administration rescinded the DACA program. Hundreds of thousands of young Americans need your voice! We are asking each of you to take few minutes to call your Senators and Representative and tell them you […]

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Mental Health: A Community in Crisis

  What does mental health justice look like in Charlotte? How can we remove the stigma facing anyone with mental illness? A year after Keith Lamont Scott’s death and the subsequent community uprising, Charlotte still faces significant gaps in mental health treatment for those in poverty and otherwise living on the margins. Join us for […]

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The March Continues 9.1.17

Once again I am amazed by our group! I thought we were taking the summer off but our interest groups have been hard at work making a difference. Look at all we have done and what we have planned for the next month. Get ready to march! Congratulations All. Your persistence paid off and Americans will […]

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Rep. Pittenger’s Town Hall

Come out and make your voices heard! Come early and bring your comments, questions, concerns and frustrations but please communicate in a respectful manner with both the Representative and any supporters. Monday, August 28th, 5:45 – 9:00 PM Team Church, 2301 Stevens Mill Rd, Matthews, NC  28104    

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Early Voting Info

In the City of Charlotte, early voting begins on Thursday, August 24, 2017. If you do not live within the City of Charlotte you will not be able to vote in this primary. Voter registration for the primary ends on Friday, August 18, 2017.  Same-day registration will be available at all early voting sites. EARLY VOTING […]

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Vote Sept 12: Help Women Win Office

Primary Voting September 12 Will Lock In Several Seats. by Mary Hopper. While the news media has focused on the large number of millennial candidates in Charlotte’s City Council elections, little attention has been paid to the fact that more women (8 of 12 including the Mayor) are serving on City Council than ever before.  […]

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CWM at Pride Parade August 27th!

Join the CWM as we participate in this annual event, which is the culmination of a week chock full of activities.  (Check charlottepride.org for information about the entire week.) There are 153 entries in this year’s Parade, with an expected 4,500 individuals participating.  Charlotte’s Pride Parade is the largest Parade between Washington, DC and Atlanta, […]

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NCGA Special Session: What You Need to Know

This Friday, August 18, state lawmakers will begin a special session with the sole purpose of redistricting and redrawing North Carolina’s legislative maps. After a series of state and federal court rulings, the NCGA must redraw 28 legislative districts (nine Senate, 19 House) that were found to be unconstitutionally and racially gerrymandered from maps drawn in […]

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Charlotte Pride March August 27th

Join us next weekend to celebrate Charlotte Pride with Planned Parenthood South Atlantic! Planned Parenthood is built on the fundamental belief that each individual has a basic right to self-determination. What better way to show our support and inclusion of the local LGBTQ community than to be out in full-force at the NC Pride Parade in Charlotte?   […]

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“13th” Screening & Discussion

Join us August 27th at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church for a screening of the movie “13th”, an Oscar-nominated documentary by Ava Duvernay about the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution and the path to mass incarceration.  A panel discussion between a local prosecutor, defense attorney, former judge, and persons who were previously incarcerated will follow […]

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