The National Organization for Women (NOW) welcomes the opportunity to participate in the March for Black Women and the Racial Justice March. NOW believes that changing the culture that marginalizes, disparages and excludes women, particularly women of color, is our most important work.
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The National Organization for Women is proud to officially endorse the March for Black Women, and the March for Racial Justice (M4RJ). The events will take place concurrently, and in solidarity with one another, on September 30, 2017.
NOW In The News
The National Organization for Women is pushing back and ramping up its strategy.
There’s a surge of inspiring grassroots activism.
Toni Van Pelt, 69, who has been active for decades in NOW’s Florida affiliates, was elected Saturday night at the organization’s national conference in Orlando, Florida. Elected as vice president was her running mate, Gilda Yazzie, a Navajo Indian from Durango, Colorado.
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Learning about the history of racial oppression in America is an important step toward understanding why many people of color have a hard time trusting white people.
The Southern Poverty Law Center shares a community resource guide for responding to hate.