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While Charlotte women responded to a national call for women to march in January 2017, our local organization evolved independently. Charlotte Women’s March is not a part of the national Women’s March organization, but a fully independent, organic, and grassroots group with local leaders and members. CWM strongly opposes all anti-Semitism, including statements made by any of the national Women’s March leaders. We believe, as the Anti-Defamation League says, “No one should be targeted or treated unfairly because of their religion, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or disability.”
Part of our mission is advocating for the equity and equality for all peoples. CWM is committed to working for change, inclusion, and collaboration in our local community.
The Charlotte Women’s March actively supports candidates for office when their platform aligns with ours. However, we do not endorse or contribute funds for any single candidate.