NOW Demands Equitable Treatment from Our Justice System

Released on January 7, 2021

Charge Violent Perpetrators as Domestic Terrorists & Institute a   National Day of Apology for Peaceful Protestors Who Were Excessively Policed in the Past  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Make no mistake. What we witnessed taking place in our Capitol yesterday was a painful dichotomy of restoring democracy and domestic terrorism. As the morning started, many of us were elated with happiness and celebrating the Georgia victory of Senator-elect Warnock and Read more …

Democracy Wins In Georgia

Released on January 6, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rev. Raphael Warnock’s stunning victory and Jon Ossoff’s apparent win in the Georgia Senate runoffs is the culmination of a grassroots surge that was years in the making.   This election broke early voting records, achieved record turnout among youth and Black voters, and built a tidal wave of democracy that elected the first Black Democratic senator from a formerly Confederate state.  And it is on Read more …

NOW Demands Federal Prosecution for Domestic Terrorist Group “Proud Boys”

Released on January 5, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Proud Boys are domestic terrorists.  They are a racist, transphobic, violent far-right group of predominantly white men who amplify the white supremacist views of other hate groups. Now they’re rallying in support of Donald Trump’s attempt to overthrow the results of the election. Trump told them to “stand by” during the first presidential debate, Read more …

100 Days of a Feminist Agenda Listening Series Begins on January 28th

Released on December 29, 2020

NOW & Black Women’s Blueprint Launch Listening and Discussion Series   SAVE THE DATE: January 28, 2021  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Under the Trump Administration these past four years, the bold advances that women have made over the past decades, particularly those of our Black, Indigenous, Women of Color, Latinx, trans, and gender non-conforming relatives, have come under threat Read more …

Casey Goodson–Remember His Name and Take Action

Released on December 15, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. – This time, it happened in Columbus, Ohio.  Casey Goodson, Jr. had just put his keys in the lock of his own home when he was shot three times in the back by a sheriff’s deputy. The only things he had in his hands were a face mask and sandwiches he had brought home for his family.   Casey Goodson was, as his mother Tamala Read more …