Gender Equality

Define American Film Festival May 11-13

The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+ Culture is proud to present the second annual Define American Film Festival. Audience-goers, journalists and strategic partners will get an entertaining and informative look at the immigrant experience across a range of cultures. Each screening will be followed by panel discussions featuring filmmakers, actors, and local advocates. Venue Address:  551 S Tryon St, …

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Why Mary Marches

“Harness anger and convert it into energy… keep marching forward.” Mary Hopper first marched in the 1970s. Now, she’s in her 70s and still marching. “I do it because I see the rights we worked so hard for being steadily eroded,” said Hopper, a beloved civic and political leader in Charlotte. She joined the National …

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Lillian’s List Event Wednesday April 5th!

Let’s come together to focus our energy on Empowering Change in our state! We’re already on the ground in Charlotte and across North Carolina recruiting and training candidates to run in 2018 and even 2020. Proceeds from this event will go towards supporting strong pro-choice, progressive women running for elected office. We can work together to …

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Women in Social Change March 30th

Breaking Bread – March 30, 2017 Levine Museum is launching a Breaking Bread dinner and dialogue series where conversations around challenging community issues will be facilitated over a hearty dinner served family style. PURCHASE A SERIES TICKET FOR $65 BY CALLING 704-333-1887 EXT. 241 Women in Social Change: The Issues, the March, the Movement March …

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