AZNOW

DACA rescission and actions to take

Dear NOW Supporters, The Trump Administration’s terrible decision to end DACA and Attorney General Sessions’ use of cruel and hateful language like “illegal aliens” in reference to young people who have played by the rules is so sad. Let our representatives know our outrage. Call Senators McCain and Flake. Send emails, letters, and postcards. Post […]

Read More..

Hurricane Harvey

          August 30, 2017 Dear NOW supporters, I’m sure you are all as concerned for the victims of Hurricane Harvey as I am.  Some of you have loved ones and friends in its very destructive path, and even if you don’t, the photos and news are harrowing. These are people in […]

Read More..

Flagstaff and Glendale Community College AZ NOW chapters coming soon!

Introducing Dorene Campbell and Salie Travis, AZ NOW’s new State Coordinators for Chapter Development! Salie Travis and Dorene Campbell are working to help form new AZ NOW chapters and reconvene existing ones. All you need is 3 members to form a chapter—that’s it, just 3! They’ve already met with Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans about a […]

Read More..

Final National and Arizona NOWPAC Candidate Endorsements

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN – ARIZONA KATHRYN BAUMGARDNER – PAC COORDINATOR PO BOX 45558 Phoenix AZ 85016​ 602-430-9454 (cell) * nowpac.az@gmail.com www.aznow.org   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     Final National and Arizona NOWPAC Candidate Endorsements 10.18.2016 – Today, Kathryn Baumgardner, AZ NOW PAC Coordinator, released the total set of endorsements for the upcoming general election. […]

Read More..

Women have the power to determine the outcome of the 2016 presidential and U.S. Senate race in Arizona.

For Immediate Release ​CONTACT: Candice Mercer candice@feministmajority.org 310-556-2500​ October 12, 2016​ ​ duVergne Gaines duvergnegaines@feministmajority.org 323.459.7259 Reposted with permission 10-11-16.   Statement of Katherine Spillar Executive Director, Feminist Majority   “Women have the power to determine the outcome of the 2016 presidential and U.S. Senate race in Arizona. More women than men will be voting […]

Read More..
%d bloggers like this: