Help Us Build Women United March – January 25, 2020

We’re kicking off the Women United March planning on September 19 at 6:30-8pm. Come meet the Co-Chairs Becca Bernstein of Charlotte Women’s March, and Atreece Bailey of National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Queen City Metropolitan Chapter and hear how you can get involved! If you are interested in taking an active role in the planning and coordination of […]

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The Difference a Year Makes 

When we marched in Washington a year ago, we had no idea. An inkling, certainly. A prescient pit in the stomach. We had, after all, lived through a brutal, brass-knuckles campaign cycle. We had watched the fissures of public debate, opinion and ideology widen to chasms. We heard newly-elected President Trump, the very day before […]

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Why Caroline Marches

Today I March… Today I march for you and today I march for me I march for all the things that our country should be. For my love of democracy and my desire for freedom, that means freedom for all, not just freedom for some. Today I march for water, earth and air, for science, […]

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Why Gina Marches

As the anniversary of the Women’s March approaches, I’ve been asked by several people why I choose to March. My answer is always; how can YOU not march? How do we not have millions of people on the streets on a regular basis fighting for what we hold to be American values? Have we become […]

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Why Mary Marches

“Harness anger and convert it into energy… keep marching forward.” Mary Hopper first marched in the 1970s. Now, she’s in her 70s and still marching. “I do it because I see the rights we worked so hard for being steadily eroded,” said Hopper, a beloved civic and political leader in Charlotte. She joined the National […]

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Why Jan Marches

“There were no female engineers when I first entered the work force in the  early-70’s and I got crazy looks when applying for jobs.  I had degrees from Duke, Carolina and NC State, yet I couldn’t get a credit card or a mortgage on my own. Think about how far women have come since those […]

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