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The state and Portland area chapters of the National Organization for Women (NOW) strongly support the Women’s March on Portland

The Oregon chapter of the National Organization for Women (Oregon NOW) and the Greater Portland NOW chapter enthusiastically support the Women’s March on Washington in Portland on January 21, 2017. 495 more words

Nasty Women's Choir Spreads 'Nastiness' to Trump to Protect Reproductive Rights

A self-proclaimed ‘Nasty Women’s Choir’ gathered by a national feminist activist group traveled to Trump International Hotel to spread “nastiness” to President-elect Donald Trump through a series of revised holiday songs attacking the president-elect’s anti-reproductive rights stances. 886 more words

Hillary Clinton

I know that the FIGHT OF OUR LIVES in the months and years ahead will be to Demand and Defend REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE

By Pat Reuss December 12, 2016

Even though I have spent the last 44 years in the women’s movement working for many issues including economic and racial justice, fighting against poverty and violence against women and promoting older women’s issues, the ERA, Title IX and work/family issues, I know that the fight of our lives in the months and years ahead will be to demand and defend reproductive justice.  372 more words

"Women’s Rights Are Human Rights"

Statement by NOW President Terry O’Neill endorsing the Women’s March on Washington

December 7, 2016

Washington, DC – The National Organization for Women proudly endorses the Women’s March on Washington. 241 more words

NOW plans ‘finger-food’ potluck on Nov. 29

Because of the positive and large response to its annual dinner, the Central Oregon Coast Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) is holding a special meeting for prospective, new and “seasoned” members on Tuesday, Nov. 222 more words

Where Is Feminism Now?

By Susan Faludi  Where Is Feminism Now? : Democracy Journal

I watched the election returns with a friend and her 14-year-old daughter, Kristiana. They were both wearing Wonder Woman t-shirts in anticipation of the moment that night when Hillary Clinton blasted through the highest glass ceiling. 2,102 more words

West Valley/Sun Cities Chapter of NOW meeting Wednesday, 12-7-16


West Valley/Sun Cities Chapter of NOW

1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016

Universalist Unitarian Church

17540 N. Avenue of the Arts (north of Bell Road) … 218 more words

Reproductive Rights, Health And Wellness