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February 2016

Beat the Clock Membership Challenge

 Democratic Women of North Carolina’s  “Beat the Clock” Membership Challenge  Democratic Women chapters who send their 2016 membership rosters and dues to the Membership Chair by February 15th will be recognized during the 56th DWNC Annual State Convention for completing the “Beat the Clock” Membership Challenge. Email membership rosters in Excel format to both Joyce Mitchell at jmitch2008@aol.com and Sharon Castleberry at dwnc.database.sharon@gmail.com  Mail membership dues to:  Joyce M. Mitchell DWNC Membership Chair P. O. Box 20539 Greenville, NC 27858   Must be postmarked by February 15, 2016.  Any questions, contact Joyce at 252-916-2224 or jmitch2008@aol.com Democratic Women of NC…

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Making a Choice: Forsyth County Panel Lunch

The Brown Bag Lunch event of the Democratic Women of Forsyth County will host a panel, Making a Choice, discussing the Democratic presidential candidates. Wednesday, February 17, 2016 Democratic Headquarters 1128 Burke Street 12:30 pm Our moderator is Audrey Fannin, former news director and All Things Considered host at WFDD.  Panel members will discuss their impressions of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Panel members are:  Fleming El-Amin, Forsyth Co. Board of Elections, The Honorable Evelyn Terry, 71st District Representative to the NC House of Representatives, Elisabeth Motsinger, Winston-Salem Forsyth County Board of Education, Anne Coltrane, retired singer and choral director, and Mary…

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June 2016

2016 NFDW Convention

Save the Date 2016 National Federation of Democratic Women Convention Charleston, SC

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47th Annual Jefferson Jackson Breakfast

Join us for the 47th Annual Jefferson Jackson Breakfast on Saturday, June 11, at the NC State University-Talley Student Union. We are excited to welcome Ms. Mandy Carter as our keynote speaker, and the Hon. Linda Coleman and Hon. Deborah Ross will also be delivering special remarks.

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January 2017

Women’s March on Washington

The Women’s March on Washington will convene on Saturday, 10:00 am, January 21, 2017.The starting point will be the intersection of Independence Avenue and Third Street SW, near the U.S. Capitol (see map below). The Women’s March on Washington is a grassroots effort comprised of dozens of independent coordinators at the state level. The effort is helmed by four national co-chairs and a national coordinating committee who are working around the clock to pull it all together. A program featuring nationally recognized advocates, artists, entertainers, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and others will be announced in the coming weeks. The Women's March…

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Women’s March on Charlotte

The Women's March on Charlotte We stand together in solidarity for the protection of our ​rights, our safety, our health, and our families — recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country. ​​The Women’s March on Charlotte is being held in alignment with the Women’s March on Washington, on January 21, 2017. Charlotte is only one of multiple cities across the nation holding local Women’s Marches, sending a clear message to our government that women's rights are human rights.   Our route will begin at First Ward Park in Uptown Charlotte, and conclude at Romare Bearden Park.…

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Women’s March on Raleigh

Women's March on Raleigh WOMEN MOBILIZE NC! JANUARY 21ST, 2017 AT 10:00 AM MEET AT CITY PLAZA ON FAYETTEVILLE ST. IN FRONT OF MARRIOTT AT 10:00AM. STEP OFF AT 10:30. MARCH TO MOORE SQUARE. RALLY PROGRAM BEGINS AT 11:30 AT MOORE SQUARE

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Women’s March on Greensboro

Women's March on Greensboro We will gather on January 21st at Government Plaza on Washington Street after 9:30am to begin marching at 10am.  Our march will end at Lebrauer Park where we will have speakers from the community and performances by local musicians.   "It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences."-Audre Lorde We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families -- recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our…

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DWNC Executive Board Meeting

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February 2017

NCDP State Executive Committee Mtg

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