National Organization for Women:
News & Action Summary
OCTOBER 11, 2011
IN THIS ISSUE:
Celebrate NOW Foundation's Love Your Body Day with us on Oct. 19. Write a blog post for our Blog Carnival -- we would love to have as many voices as possible, including yours. Visit the Love Your Body website to read about our campaign.
Join us to celebrate the historic opening of the new Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial. NOW President Terry O'Neill will speak to our ongoing struggle to achieve the dream of full equality for all. We would love to have as many NOW activists as possible stand with us at this momentous event. Read more.
Rally for Women's Health with NOW and allies in Richmond, VA on Sat. and hear NOW Action VP Erin Matson speak. Recently, the VA Board of Health approved "TRAP" laws designed to shut down abortion clinics. These regulations will go before Governor McDonnell next, so we need as many activists as possible to tell the governor to reject these anti-choice regulations. RVSP Today!
Join the Veteran Feminists of America (VFA) in celebrating the 45th Anniversary of the Modern Feminist Movement. At the gala awards dinner, Gloria Steinem will present a Lifetime Achievement Award to NOW President Terry O'Neill! Read more.
Rashida Manjoo Esq., discusses the report she made to the U.N. General Assembly on Oct. 10 about the situation of violence against women in the United States. The webinar presentation is moderated by NOW Foundation President Terry O'Neill. Watch the video »
Check Out What Else Terry's Up To!
Wed., 10/12 - Terry will be in Bentonville, Ark. to meet with Wal-Mart Associates, shareholders, and maybe even CEO Mike Duke.
Mon., 10/17 - Terry will be speaking at Tulane in New Orleans, La. View the flier (PDF).
Thu., 10/20 - Terry will be part of a panel at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars entitled "Re-strengthening global sisterhood - Emerging women's issues for a new global agenda." Read more.
Sat., 10/22 - Terry will be the keynote speaker at the Ohio NOW State Conference. Read more.