Events

black mama: ENDANGERED

In partnership with Hannah Hasan and the Epoch Tribe, CRAN (Charlotte Reproductive Action Network) is proud to announce Black Mama: ENDANGERED, a live storytelling event on black women’s reproductive rights and experiences with the United States’ healthcare system. black mama: ENDANGERED Oct 19, 2019 |  Noon UNCC Student Union 340 DE Nationally, black women are four times …

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Help Us Build Women United March – January 25, 2020

Co-Chairs Becca Bernstein of Charlotte Women’s March, and Atreece Bailey of National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Queen City Metropolitan Chapter kicked off WUM planning in September .  If you are interested in taking an active role in the planning and coordination of this important event, please sign up here. Holding the sign is the easy part…We need …

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Trump V. Immigration – What’s Behind the Headlines

On Thursday, July 18th  140 community members gathered at International House for the “Trump vs Immigration” panel co-sponsored by Charlotte Women’s March and International House. Attendees heard a presentation by Jennifer De La Jara, International House Director of Education highlighting the immigration policies undertaken by the Trump administration and their effect on immigration trends and …

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HELP US BUILD A GROUNDSWELL! WOMEN UNITED MARCH COMING JANUARY 25, 2020

Newly energized on behalf of the rights of women after the latest tomfooleries by certain elected officials?  IF SO, WE WANT YOU! Charlotte Women’s March and National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Queen City Metropolitan Chapter are actively recruiting volunteers to help plan the 2020 Women United March. We’re looking for eager, hardworking volunteers of all …

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Civics 101

The League of Women Voters Charlotte Mecklenburg presents Civics 101 beginning February 25, 2019 Civics 101 is a 5-week, one-evening-per-week program led by current and former government officials in a face-to-face format. This program is especially useful to the citizens of Charlotte-Mecklenburg County, to people living in the Charlotte Metropolitan area, and to persons wanting …

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We Hear You, We See You

Women United March 2019 Speeches ******We can’t wait for Women United March 2020! For updated information and volunteer links please visit womenunitedmarch.org **** WUM kicked off Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in First Ward Park with a Speaker’s Forum.  In addition to our co-keynotes Justice Anita Earls and Rabbi Judy Schindler, speakers included national …

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Are the Women’s Marches Really Imploding?

by Gina Navarrete and Laura Meier, co-presidents of Charlotte Women’s March The following article appears as an Op Ed in the Charlotte Observer. There have been many claims that the women’s march movement is imploding. But we are here to say: not in Charlotte. This Saturday, January 26 at 11 a.m. at Uptown’s First Ward …

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Women United March 2019 Speakers

We are pleased to announce the following schedule of events and speakers for the Women United March,  January 26, 2019: Headliners include renowned co-keynote speakers Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court Anita Earls, and Director of the Stan Greenspon Center for Peace & Social Justice Rabbi Judith Schindler. The day’s events kick off in …

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Women United March FAQs

Women United March January 26, 2019 Sponsored by Charlotte Women’s March & National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Queen City Metropolitan Chapter FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Q: Why does this year’s Charlotte march have a new name, Women United March, and co-sponsor, National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Queen City Metropolitan Chapter? A: If there’s one …

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