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Congrats to CWM’s Laura Meier

Getting Elected:  Laura Meier’s Transformational Journey to County Commissioner  Charlotte Women’s Movement is grateful for the leadership and dedication of Laura Meier as Co-President from 2018-2020. Her work and energy on a wide variety of community issues shows she is well prepared to provide leadership in her new position as a Mecklenburg County Commissioner representing …

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Notorious RVG (Ruthless Vote Getter)

THE ERA: There are  incredible equality advocates in each state working to educate voters of our need to fix the equality gap in our Constitution. Come out and join us, celebrate voting for women and candidates who support passing the ERA in NC. #USEYOURVOICE and sign the RVG to let your legislators know that you support …

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Charlotte Women March to Early Voting Rally

Charlotte March to the Polls Marching together seemed so right as we’ve all worked together over these past four years to #useyourvoice and to #takeaction. Thank you to all the individuals and the coalition of amazing advocacy  groups who supported our March to the Polls including: Charlotte Women’s Movement Charlotte Area Liberal Moms CHARLOTTE PRIDE …

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The Story of Amazing Black Suffragists

She Votes Now #SheVotesNow is a project created by three amazing young women, Lanvy Phan, Jacqueline Dinh and Jordan Henderson. We present the full project here (to be updated as each weekly installment is published), so you can read more thoroughly about some amazing Black women who worked tirelessly throughout their lives, and against long …

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Voting is Power

Virtual Non-Partisan Political Forum Meet the candiates and ask questions Saturday, October 3 2PM – 5PM • Governor • NC Council of State • Judges • County Commissioners To see the YouTube Video of this Panel click below Click here Saturday, October 10 2PM – 5PM • US House and Senate • 9th & 12th …

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Back to School: Mental Health in the Middle of a Pandemic

Thursday September 3 • 6:00 pm Click here to register in advance for this meeting.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  Concerned about the health of your family, friends and community? Overwhelmed trying to balance work, marriage, parenting and home schooling?  Are your children adjusting to online …

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#RunForJustice

Siobhan Kenney is a trail runner living in Truckee, CA. Inspired by the nation-wide Black Lives Matter protests that erupted in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, she decided to use her passion for running to raise money for racial justice initiatives with a #RunForJustice. During the entire month of June, she matched her daily …

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Join CWM in Support of the Moral Mass March On Washington, June 20, 2020

This pandemic and economic collapse, along with the recent wave of police brutality and racist murders, have forced this nation into an unprecedented season of crisis and action. Much continues to change day by day, but here is what we know: this emergency results from a deeper and much longer-term crisis, of systemic racism, inequality, …

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Democracy NC, Early Voting 2020

Early Voting 2020

A Message From Democracy NC Early Voting for the 2020 Primary Election kicks off Thursday February 13th — and you don’t want to miss out! You can register (in case you have not) and vote during North Carolina’s 17-day Early Voting period, beginning February 13, through Saturday, February 29 (Leap Day). It’s your chance to …

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Reflections on the March and Looking Forward

by Laura Meier, Co-President, Charlotte Women’s Movement   Photo by Lisa Stockton Howell We knew that the Women United March (WUM) on January 25, 2020, was a success when our marchers, upon circling back to First Ward Park, started dancing. The positive flow of energy that kept building all day became an impromptu dance at the …

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