For NOW Leaders


Love Your Body Social Media Kit

Download Love Your Body Social Media Kit This social media kit is intended to provide easy-to-use social media for chapters to use in celebration of the NOW Foundation’s Love Your Body campaign. Though Love Your Body Day is October 14, these posts can be used at any time in the lead-up to #LYB2014!

2014 Midterm Election Resources

Save the Senate At stake on the Nov. 4 general election is control of the U.S. Senate with just six seats in the balance. We need a majority of women’s rights supporters at the federal and state level to protect reproductive rights, level the financial playing field, and move this country forward. See below for select… Read more »

Fem2pt0 Tweet Chat 6/17/2014

Sample Tweets Use these tweets to participate in @Fem2pt0 and @nationalNOW’s tweet chat on intersectional feminism and social media as well as promote our National Conference in Albuquerque, NM. Today from noon to 1pm!

Equal Pay Day Social Media Kit

Help highlight the wage gap and demand equal pay for equal work for everyone by using the Equal Pay Days Social Media Kit. The wage disparity in America exists not only between men and women but also varies by race. Although women on average make $.77 for every dollar white men earn, the statistics when broken… Read more »

Anita Hill and Sexual Harassment at Work Social Media Kit

This social media kit provides sample tweets, hashtags, Facebook posts and graphics to support the release of the documentary “Anita”, create dialogue about sexual harassment in the work place, and to educate people about what sexual harassment at work is & what your legal rights surrounding it are.

ERA Social Media Kit

Help NOW celebrate Women’s History Month by showing your support for an Equal Rights Amendment using the ERA Social Media Kit.

Hobby Lobby & the Dirty 100 Action March 25

On March 25, 2014 the US Supreme Court will hear arguments on the Hobby Lobby contraception mandate case. Take action against Hobby Lobby and the Dirty 100 by signing the below petition and sharing it with your friends and other activists.  Use the social media kit to highlight the Dirty 100 on Facebook and Twitter. Check… Read more »