National Organization for Women

National Organization for Women

  • The Unspoken Impact of Police Brutality Against BIWOC, TGNC, & Latinx Communities
    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 of regressing. We know the first 100 days are crucial in setting the tone and establishing priorities Read more …
  • 323 Days of COVID: The Lasting Impact on Women
    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 of regressing. We know the first 100 days are crucial in setting the tone and establishing priorities for Read more …
  • Female Homelessness and Period Poverty
    Homelessness casts a dark shadow over the United States, affecting over 560,000 Americans nation-wide. While homelessness presents the ever-present struggle to find food, shelter, and basic resources, women are particularly affected. With every month comes a new menstrual cycle and the challenge to find expensive hygiene products, privacy to change those products, pain relief, and Read more …
  • The Threat of 20-Week Abortion Bans is Endangering Women’s Rights to Choose
    A woman’s right to choose whether or not she has an abortion is protected by Roe v. Wade. Safe and legal abortion is a constitutional right, however many legislators have been working tirelessly to restrict women’s rights to choose what happens to their own bodies. Bills that ban abortion at any point in a pregnancy Read more …
  • When We Talk About Police Reform, We Need to Talk About Policing In Schools Too
    While issues related to systemic racism in policing have made headlines in recent years, the inappropriate use of police in our nation’s schools remains under-addressed. In the United States today, 1.7 million students attend a school with police officers, but no counselors. Three million students attend a school with police officers but no nurse, 6 Read more …

Upcoming

27 Feb
The Condor and the Eagle Screening
02.27.2021 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Northern New Jersey NOW, North Jersey Sierra Club, Drew University Environmental Action League (DEAL), and the Ramapough-Lunappe Nation are proud to invite you and your community to an advanced screening and conversation of the new award-winning documentary THE CONDOR AND THE EAGLE.


Join members of our partnering organizations in conversation about Women’s Health and Mother Earth: The Invisible Costs of Fossil Fuels: the disproportional affects that pollution has upon the health of women within environmental justice communities and the actions that grassroots activists within our coalition are taking to heal those most affected by the actions of corporate polluters.


Meet the presenters, register for this event, and make a suggested donation at https://event.webinarjam.com/register/175/n7yn7fnn.
2 Mar
MC-NOW Business Meeting
03.02.2021 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Morris County NOW's monthly business meeting. Open to all members and guests.
6 Apr
MC-NOW Business Meeting
04.06.2021 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Morris County NOW's monthly business meeting. Open to all members and guests.