Join in…use YOUR power…turn your activism into action…by connecting with our wide variety of community partners, organizations doing good and important work right here in Charlotte. Charlotte Women’s Movement and National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.–Queen City Metropolitan Chapter encourage you to band together to get more done and create the changes we seek!
Airing out the “Dirty” Laundry: Airing Out the “Dirty” Laundry is an ongoing community art movement that responds to the silencing of cis women, trans women, women-identifying, and non binary people by creating opportunities and space for them to reveal stories and experiences of strength, unity, hope, and resistance of oppression, injustice, and exclusion through visual storytelling. Please reach out to local artist and educator, Andrea Downs for more information and be a part of the narrative. airingoutthedirtylaundry.com Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carolina Abortion Fund: A pro-abortion and pro-choice organization that works in partnership with reproductive justice organizations locally, regionally, and nationally to support families access to parenting, abortion, and adoption as valid reproductive options. carolinaabortionfund.org
Cityblock Health: Provides personalized, high-quality, and affordable care to members covered by Medicaid and/or Medicare, partnering with local health insurance companies to cover services for eligible members. cityblock.com/northcarolina
Earth Uprising Charlotte: We are a team of young people who want to save the planet. Youth climate activists from all over the world are uniting to take action and demand a better future for ourselves and future generations. National Instagram: @earth_uprising and website: Earth Uprising, Charlotte chapter: @earthuprising.clt
ERA NC Alliance: The Equal Rights Amendment North Carolina Alliance is a group of organizations that agree ratification of the ERA will improve women’s lives in North Carolina and the United States. era-nc.org
Jewish Community Relations Council and Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom: Jewish Community Relations Council, Temple Beth El, Carolina Jews for Justice, Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, and the Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice at Queens University of Charlotte, join together to build relationships and educate marchers about the increase of antisemitism, Islamophobia and other forms of hate confronting our collective community. Saturday 10:15 am: Public Shabbat Morning Prayer Experience led by Rabbi Judith Schindler, followed by reflections of peace shared by local Jewish and Muslim leaders. sosspeace.org . Contact: email@example.com
Return Home Supplies: A gun violence prevention nonprofit that sells school supply products designed to spark empowering, educational conversations about gun safety and civic engagement in our community. returnhomesupplies.com
Swing Left Charlotte:
Progressives from Charlotte, NC and surrounding areas working together for democracy, balance and progress in our state and federal governments. Our focus is on voter engagement in districts where our efforts will have the greatest impact. swingleft.org
Thank you to our 2020 WUM Community Partners!
#UseYourPower, #WomenUnitedMarch, #CharlotteWomen’sMovement