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Your Primary Vote is Important! Learn More about the Candidates!

With elections near, voters invited to South CLT Candidate Forum Thursday Forum features Q&A with 18 candidates for Charlotte City Council and Mayor  With Charlotte’s primary elections approaching, 13 candidates for city council and 5 candidates for mayoral posts will... Continue Reading →

An Evening of Effective Activism

By reenacting Sojourner Truth’s famous “Ain’t I a Woman” speech from 1851, Brenda Tindal of the Levine Museum of the New South relayed an inspiring message to Charlotte Women’s March about the power of collective action: “If the first woman... Continue Reading →

CWM Newsletter 4.3.17

Here's what we've been doing... Congratulations all on your help saving Obamacare. Many voices made a difference although we need to remain vigilant. The fight is not over yet. Welcome to the Women’s March on Charlotte, the group that staged... Continue Reading →

Lillian’s List Event Wednesday April 5th!

Let’s come together to focus our energy on Empowering Change in our state! We’re already on the ground in Charlotte and across North Carolina recruiting and training candidates to run in 2018 and even 2020. Proceeds from this event will... Continue Reading →

Women’s Symposium March 31st

JOIN US AT THE WOMEN’S SYMPOSIUM AND NETWORKING FAIR MARCH 31ST   1:15 – 4:00 PM LITTLE ROCK AME ZION CHURCH Go to Eventbrite.com to sign up

Alma Adams Town Hall

I want to hear from you! Join me on Monday, March 13th at 6:00 PM for a 12th District town hall in Charlotte. RSVP here:http://bit.ly/2lizKnV.

Call to action for Union County

ACTION ALERT: IT STARTS HERE!!! To all registered Democrats in Union County- if you are looking for making a difference in the democratic party- whether it be through elected officials, NC Democratic platform or DNC chair, we need you!!! Attached... Continue Reading →

Candidate Support

Initial Meeting Notes: February 7, 2017 Summary: Items requested by the CWM leadership were reviewed: A list of relevant websites was developed and several people volunteered to monitor them and post information on the CWM FaceBook page and forward information to... Continue Reading →

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