The Women United March is in full planning mode. Similar to last year, the Charlotte Women’s March is partnering with the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc- Queen City Metropolitan Chapter (NCBW-QCMC), to deliver the January 25th, 2020 March through Uptown Charlotte. The march will be a spirited success especially with Atreece Bailey and Becca Bernstein at the helm.
From Co-Chair Atreece Bailey, “We are excited to galvanize women and girls to engage in our country’s democratic process this election year. We embrace the understanding that when we all vote we can change the world. This year women and girls will be motivated to use their power and resources as individuals and collectively to move the path of history forward as we elect leaders who represent and support our ideas and interests.”
Becca Bernstein, March Co-Chair, leads a marketing team at a local financial services company, owns a small property management company, is a Certified Foster Parent and has been a Girl Scout leader for over eight years. Becca is passionate about making the world better for women of all ages by challenging our use of language, media stereotypes and the expected roles we play.
For more details about, to donate in support of, and to volunteer for the Women United March, please visit: Womenunitedmarch.org
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