Press Releases for 2015

Love Triumphs Over Bigotry

Today the U.S. Supreme Court made history, recognizing in Obergefell v. Hodges the constitutional right of same-sex couples to marry. NOW chapters and activists who have worked tirelessly for years to achieve this amazing milestone are celebrating with their allies in the LGBTQIA community.

Our Hearts are in Charleston

It’s important to recognize that this was an act of racial terrorism, and tragically it did not occur in isolation.

“We’re On The Money—At Last”

A female face on the currency that everyone uses will send a signal that inclusion is a fundamental value that should permeate everything we do.


NOW’s activists will change our lives for the next 16 months, organizing on the ground and online, to make Hillary Clinton the first feminist woman elected to the White House — and to elect more women’s rights supporters to the House and Senate who will work with her as president. This is an opportunity of historic proportions. NOW4Hillary will impact not only this election, but also the future of the women’s movement.

Lindsay Graham’s Anti-Woman, Anti-Life Agenda

By forcing clinics to close and denying urgent abortion care to women, the court ruling and Senator Graham’s grandstanding amount to an unprecedented promotion of an anti-woman, anti-life agenda. Shame on Senator Graham for adding an abortion-ban primary to the election calendar.

NOW Demands Answers and Action in McKinney, Texas

We can only look with revulsion on the images from McKinney, Texas, of a white police officer pushing a 14-year old Black girl in a bathing suit face-down on the ground and placing a knee on her back. Today, we are shocked, angered, and deeply worried for the well being of this young woman. Tomorrow, we need answers, and action.

Religion Is No Excuse For Discrimination

The House voted today to block a law that was passed by the elected representatives of the District of Columbia—the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act—that is designed to ensure that D.C. residents are not subject to religious discrimination because of their reproductive health care decisions.