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As mama always said – make good choices!

Do you know where the candidates stand on a woman's right to choose? Please see the following Voter Guide provided by Charlotte Reproductive Action Network. If you have any questions , please contact them directly: charlottereproactionnetwork@gmail.com    

Standing Strong Charlotte

Planned Parenthood South Atlantic Invites You To Standing Strong Charlotte Featuring Stephanie Sinclair, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photojournalist THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2018 1429 Bryant Street | Charlotte, NC 28208 Standing Strong Reception: 5:30 PM – 6:45 PM Program: 6:45 PM – 7:30... Continue Reading →

Sex Trafficking in Charlotte

  Sex Trafficking in Charlotte: Increasing Awareness and Fighting Back Benefit held by Reproductive Rights Coalition and Charlotte Women’s March April 15th, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wedgewood Church at 4800 Wedgewood Dr, Charlotte, NC Screening of Join... Continue Reading →

March for Women’s Health

Join the CWM Women's Health Committee Jane McDermott Shaefer and Mickie Hall are co-chairs of the Women’s Health Committee.  The overarching committee purpose is to support women’s health, specific activities include: Promote reproductive rights, through legislative action on bills at... Continue Reading →

Celebration of Women’s Autonomy

Please join the Reproductive Rights Coalition of Charlotte in a Celebration of Women's Autonomy 11:30 on January 22 the corner of Trade & Tryon   Monday, January 22nd  will be the 45th anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade. ... Continue Reading →

BeInvolved & Beer-aoke!

Want to know how you can #BeInvolved with ProChoice Charlotte? Join us at ProChoice Charlotte: #BeInvolved & Beer-aoke Come learn who we are, what we do, and how you can help. We'll have a meet and greet, short info session, followed by food,... Continue Reading →

Call re: CHIP, ACA, Bump Stocks

WEEKLY CALLS FOR OCTOBER 12 •URGE BOTH SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES TO RENEW FUNDING FOR CHIP Federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which covers about 9 million children in the U.S., has now expired because Congressional leaders did... Continue Reading →

Contact Your City Council Rep!

From Councilmember Julie Eiselt, a clarification regarding the email sent to CWM Members Friday, Sept 22nd: The (clinic on Latrobe Dr) topic is NOT on the City Council agenda for the Monday night council meeting. There are citizens on the... Continue Reading →

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,... Continue Reading →

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