Revised Noise Ordinance

Imagine a world where patients get to go their doctor’s appointment without someone calling them fornicators and whores at 100 decibels… Can you imagine it?? LET’S MAKE THIS HAPPEN Here’s how: Charlotte City Council is considering revising the Noise Ordinance. This ordinance would prohibit the use of amplified sound within 200 feet of any medical […]

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Rally to Stand up for Abortion Access

Tuesday, May 21, Noon-1PM Charlotte Mecklenburg Government Center   Tuesday, May 21st, at noon local time at statehouses, town squares, and courthouses across the nation, we will show up to speak out and fight back against this unconstitutional attempt to gut Roe and punish women. Across the country, we are seeing a new wave of […]

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Stand Against HB370

Charlotte Women’s March joins other community groups in asking Governor Cooper to veto House Bill 370. HB 370 Require Sheriff Cooperation with ICE The ACLU of North Carolina opposes HB 370, an anti-immigrant bill that circumvents the local authority of sheriffs by requiring them to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and assist in […]

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A Letter to our Representatives

CWM joins other organizations in a letter to our NC Representatives and Senators, urging them to expand Medicaid eligibility to all NC residents with incomes at or below the 138% poverty level. April 26, 2019 Representative Grier Martin North Carolina House of Representatives Re: Ensuring Access to Care in North Carolina Dear Representative Martin, Thank […]

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CWM Spring Workshop

CWM’s Spring Workshop:  A Poverty Simulation with co-sponsors Habitat for Humanity and Crisis Assistance Ministry WHAT: POVERTY SIMULATION WORKSHOP WHEN: 6-8 p.m., THURSDAY, MAY 9, 2019 WHERE: Habitat ReStore 1133 North Wendover Road WHY & HOW: Over 100,000 of our neighbors live in poverty. Conducted by Crisis Assistance Ministry, this workshop is designed to illuminate […]

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Stand Against Racism

Hitting Close to Home: A Community Conversation About Immigration in Charlotte Charlotte Women’s March is proud to be a co-sponsor and participant in YWCA Central Carolinas, Stand Against Racism event April 25 and 26, 2019. CWM members are invited to attend an evening of conversation on April 25 from 6-8 pm around immigration and how […]

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Reel Out Charlotte

Join us at Reel Out Charlotte Queen City’s LGBTQ Film Festival April 28-May 5 at Camp North End A full week of LGBTQ cinema! A message to CWM members from Charlotte Pride: This year our film festival will take place April 28 – May 5 at Camp North End. We will be showing 10 films […]

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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 afternoon. The House bill will be voted on in Rules Committee next, and likely the […]

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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. SW #522 Atlanta, GA 30303 Subject: “North Carolina Voices Calling for Transparency”   Dear Director […]

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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 their voters – instead of the voters picking them. Gerrymandering impedes progress for nearly every […]

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