NOW is proud to open its national conference in Detroit, Michigan on July 13. The last National NOW Conference in the Motor City was 30 years ago, and women have gained much ground during that time. With the inspiration of thrilling speakers, the wide range of exhilarating workshops, and the energy of women nationwide hungry for change, this year’s NOW conference is sure to make a lasting impact on the struggle for women’s equality.
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NOW PAC Chair Kim Gandy says, “NOW PAC’s ‘Make History With Hillary’ campaign will organize and energize women’s rights supporters across the country — urging women and men across this nation to stand up and say “I’m Ready” for a woman president — for this woman president.”
The National Organization for Women Political Action Committee will mark Women’s History Month with a press conference at the landmark Sewall-Belmont House, historic home of the National Women’s Suffrage Association, on Wednesday, March 28. NOW PAC Chair Kim Gandy and a special guest will make a major announcement regarding the 2008 election.
Today the National Organization for Women marched with more than 500,000 people in Washington, D.C. — calling for an end to the war in Iraq. NOW President Kim Gandy addressed the crowd on the National Mall.
“NOW is marching Saturday because our daughters and sons, sisters and brothers, friends and partners are dying in Iraq. We want our soldiers to return home, but not in flag-draped caskets,” said NOW President Kim Gandy. “Countless Iraqis are dying as well, all for a war based on lies and greed.”
On Monday, Jan. 22, NOW will hold its annual candlelight vigil in the shadow of the U.S. Supreme Court, commemorating the 34th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision affirming women’s constitutional right to abortion.