National NOW Times >> Spring 2002 >> Article
Nashville NOW demonstrated against the Promise Keepers on August 25. The chapter's statement explained that the Promise Keepers would 'send men back to their families to lead, control and make decisions for them.' NOW and the other participating organizations believe that men and women should have equal decision making responsibilities for themselves and their families.
Nashville NOW activist Toby Abrams explains her position.
Carolyn Landry, President of Missouri NOW, demonstrates in protest of racial discrimination in fromt of Adam's Mark Hotel in St. Louis, Mo., on Aug 25.
Rhode Island held its first statewide action in several years to honor the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, and it was a huge success. 'Empowered and successful,' reported State Coordinator Melody Drnach on the mood at the action. "The anti's arrived in their funeral procession, and they were so caught off guard by our energy and conviction they kept on driving!!"
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