#EQUALMEANSEQUAL movie offers an unflinching look at how women are treated in the U.S.
The organizers from WMOW have BIG NEWS!!! Sister marches are local, national and global. There are 7 official marches in Arizona: Ajo, Flagstaff, Green Valley, Phoenix, Prescott, Sedona, Tucson... and ??? IS YOUR MARCH NOT LISTED?? Click and let organizers know. https://www.womensmarch.com/sisters Women's March on Washington - Sister Marches
Disaster is natural. Whether we remain ash or become the phoenix is up to us. Feminists know how to keep to our deepest convictions and remember our goals. Safety Pin Nation is having a vigil on January 20th at Margaret T. Hance Park in Phoenix. See the website: http://www.strongertogetheraz.com/ Here is information below about 5 … Continue reading Safety Pin Nation & 5 Women’s March on Washington #NOWaz
NOW is the time to come together and plan our strategy as feminists and progressives for the next four years. Please join us at our next Inez Casiano/Central Phoenix NOW meeting on: Sunday, November 27 at 10 a.m. at Grand Central Coffee Company at 718 N Central Avenue 85004. They open at 10 so get … Continue reading Inez Casiano/Central Phoenix NOW meeting Sunday, 11-27-16
NOW is the time to come together and plan our 2017 feminist strategy and Woman's March January 21st. Please join us. NOW is the time. Facebook Event link Saturday, December 3rd 3:00-5:00 PM For remote participation or IRL (In Real Life) location and more information... Email TucsonAZNOW@gmail.com
#ImWithHer #Now4Hillary We'll be at Gourmet House of Hong Kong at 1438 E McDowell, Phoenix 7 pm on... Come share in this great celebration with the Inez Casiano/Central Phoenix NOW chapter.
Come and enjoy breakfast, learn something new and take action for women’s rights with like-minded women!
Posted 07/07/2016 by Amari O'Bannon & filed under Ending Violence Against Women, Stopping Violence Against Women. By Amari O’Bannon, President’s Office Intern Recently, one of my fellow interns wrote a fabulous information piece about the rarely acknowledged sexual abuse to prison pipeline. One of NOW’s current missions is to not only spread awareness about our … Continue reading We Can No Longer Be Silent: How Intimate Partner Violence Affects Women of Color