In his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama called on Congress to take steps to reduce income inequality. NOW could not agree more. If, as the president has said, American workers feel that the deck is stacked against them, for women, the cards are marked.
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Candice Bernd writes for Truth Out: “Soon after her gubernatorial campaign pulled in a fundraising boost, the Dallas Morning News reported during the weekend on discrepancies in Texas Sen. Wendy Davis’ life story. Her opponents and right-wing pundits hav…
Actress Kelly Rutherford attends a lunch in honor of the NOW Foundation for its work in the family court system.
Old feminism might be about “cranky white women burning bras,” by my feminism was robustly intersectional and lived in the Petri dish of the Internet.
I got to attend my first ever NOW Conference this year, and as a young person, it felt good to be heard.
Today the National Organization for Women opens its 2010 National NOW Conference at a critical time for women’s rights. Hundreds of feminist leaders and activists have gathered in Boston, Mass., to share information, ideas and strategies for addressing the huge challenges before us.
On Friday, Jan. 22, the National Organization for Women (NOW) will hold its annual rally and vigil at the U.S. Supreme Court, commemorating and celebrating the 37th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision affirming women’s constitutional right to abortion.
Getting new NOW members is as easy as 1-2-3!
This weekend members of the National Organization for Women (NOW) cast their votes for a new team of leaders to direct the largest grassroots feminist organization in the country over the next four years. NOW delegates elected Terry O’Neill, who served as the group’s membership vice president from 2001 to 2005, to succeed President Kim Gandy.
Indianapolis will host the 2009 National Organization for Women Conference and NOW Election, June 19-21, at the Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel and Suites. NOW’s conference theme this year, Turning the Tide for Equality, reflects the changing political landscape and renewed sense of hope for advances in women’s rights. It is also a fitting theme as NOW prepares to elect a new president and leadership team.