National Organization for Women:
News & Action Summary
JANUARY 10, 2012
IN THIS ISSUE:
Join a Roe commemoration event near you this January and celebrate with your local NOW chapter! Check here to see our list of actions and events hosted by our grassroots chapter network. *FYI: This page will be updated frequently, so check back often.
2012 National NOW Conference
*Save the Date*
"A Feminist Wake-Up Call"
Fri, June 29 - Sun, July 1
Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport
1739 West Nursery Road
Linthicum Heights, MD 20190
Visit the hotel website »
Stay tuned for more 2012 conference updates soon.
NOW President Terry O'Neill writes on The Huffington Post: "As the president of NOW, I hear from a lot of women (and men). Many of them are outraged right now, and they're asking the same question: Can this be real -- is the White House actually caving in to the radical right on birth control?" Read more.
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Viridian currently offers service in select markets in CT, IL, MD, NJ, NY and PA. Learn more.
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