Month: December 2017

Can Charlotte Women Do It Again?

Pink hats, clever signs, huge crowd – can Charlotte Women’s March do it again? BY ANN DOSS HELMS, Charlotte Observer, DECEMBER 31, 2017   In January 2017, thousands of people marched through uptown Charlotte into history, becoming part of the Women’s March movement that swept the globe in the aftermath of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Now the question …

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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 to Join the Crowd! (Hover cursor over photos and names will appear… where we are …

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SAVE THE DATE!

REMARCHABLE WOMEN! First Anniversary of Charlotte Women’s March  Saturday January 20, 2018 10:00 AM First Ward Park Program Begins at 10, March at Noon! More  details to follow March with us! Register HERE

NC Democrats announce new candidates

And they’re almost all women. BY WILL DORAN.  News & Observer The wave of women signing up to run for political office has hit North Carolina. State Democrats spent Monday announcing nine new candidates – including six women – in their 2018 effort to break Republicans’ veto-proof majority in the state legislature. Rep. Darren Jackson, …

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Black Women Kept Roy Moore Out of Office

Here’s How to Actually Thank Them. By Brittany Packnett  The Cut (photo courtesy Getty Images) Late on Tuesday night, America was once again reminded of the power of Black women. Thanks in large part to overwhelmingly high turnout among Black voters and Black women in particular, Alabama managed to elect a pro-choice Democrat in the Bible Belt, …

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