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CWM Newsletter 5.7.17

Wow! What an Impressive Array of Actions! Although we had a setback this week when the House of Representatives voted for the awful Trumpcare bill, we must fight on and regard this act as revealing the heart of the GOP,... Continue Reading →

100 Days of MARCHING

One hundred days ago our world changed.  What began on January 21 with marches on Washington and Charlotte has grown into a movement of 600 women and men who are working to effect change. In the last three months, we have... 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 →

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... Continue Reading →

Miss Representation May 3rd

   National Organization for Women, Charlotte Chapter  presents: “Miss Representation” Wednesday, May 3rd @ 7pm    Unitarian Universalist Church, 234 N. Sharon Amity Rd This month, we will be viewing the film: “Miss Representation” followed by a brief discussion. Viewing... Continue Reading →

Resist Trump Tuesday

YOU'RE INVITED! Resist Trump Tuesday: Stand up for Healthcare! WHAT: Resist Trump Tuesday: Stand up for Healthcare! WHEN: TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 12:00 PM WHERE: SENATOR THOM TILLIS'S CHARLOTTE DISTRICT OFFICE 9300 HARRIS CORNERS PKY. (IN CHARLOTTE) CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS Our... 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

Women in Social Change March 30th

Breaking Bread - March 30, 2017 Levine Museum is launching a Breaking Bread dinner and dialogue series where conversations around challenging community issues will be facilitated over a hearty dinner served family style. PURCHASE A SERIES TICKET FOR $65 BY... Continue Reading →

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