UNCC Activism Fair

Want to get more active in the community? Join us at the UNCC Activism Fair February 28th, 4-6 PM UNCC Student Activities Center   WHY? Meet people, build your resume, find an internship, explore your passion, help others, get involved,... Continue Reading →

2017 Charlotte March: Founding Mothers

REMEMBERING THE 2017 MARCH ON CHARLOTTE WITH THANKS TO THE WOMEN WHO MADE IT HAPPEN by Kathleen Mundle As uptown residents, when January 21 rolled around last year, my husband and friends and I strolled over to First Ward Park to... Continue Reading →

Remarchable Organizers & Sponsors

We'd like to thank our Remarchable Organizing Committee for their countless hours of volunteer time thus far, with many more hours surely to come! The January 20th Women's March on Charlotte anniversary event would not be possible without the tireless... Continue Reading →

What SHE said … Remarkable Remarchable Speakers

Remarchable Women, the anniversary of the Women's March on Charlotte, presented an amazing group of speakers in First Ward Park on Saturday morning, January 20th.  This Speaker’s Forum represented Charlotte’s diversity and gave voice to our goal of equity and... Continue Reading →

Anniversary March FAQs

One Year Anniversary of Women’s March on Charlotte Remarchable Women 2018 Frequently Asked Questions Join us Saturday, January 20, 2018 for REMARCHABLE WOMEN, a one year anniversary event sponsored by the Charlotte Women's March organization.  This March unites our communities... Continue Reading →

Join The Crowd

SOMETIMES BEING ONE OF THE CROWD IS A GOOD THING Check out the photo gallery from Charlotte's December Celebration of Women Elected to Office Gala, co-sponsored by Charlotte Women's March and Black Women's Caucus.  Read more (below gallery) on how... Continue Reading →

Register HERE for Anniversary March

Click HERE to register to march with us on January 20, 2018 We're Still Here! We're Still Watching! We're Still Marching! We made herstory one year ago. We march on the anniversary of Women's March on Charlotte because we’re still... Continue Reading →

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