Join NOW
Join Us NOW!
YOU can help make equality a reality, starting right
here at home in our local community.
Join NOW
New Directions
New Directions for Women

All editions of our TV show, New Directions for Women, are archived in the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, it is available to historians, scholars, and students in perpetuity. Our program was chosen because of its content and technical level as well as because it is indicative of the many issues of concern to women in the late 20th and early 21st Century.
New Directions
Slide 5 Newsletter
Latest Edition of Our
"Feminist News and Views" Newsletter Available
This newsletter is a published six times a year by Morris County NOW to inform members of current activities and issues.
Image is not available
Slide 5 Newsletter
previous arrow
next arrow
Overcast Clouds

65.534°F

Morristown

Overcast Clouds
Humidity: 85%
Wind: ESE at 1.87 M/S
Wednesday
Light rain
50.738°F / 65.732°F
Thursday
Few Clouds
46.418°F / 61.034°F
Friday
Moderate Rain
50.126°F / 59.09°F
Saturday
Light rain
50.684°F / 61.34°F

No item found!

Colvin.png
Colvin.png

MCNOW Tweets

National Organization for Women

National Organization for Women

  • Skincare Inclusivity: The Dangerous and Racist Side of Skincare
    Recently I’ve fallen into the rabbit hole that is skincare.  I’ve watched countless videos on YouTube from “beauty gurus” and skincare specialists.  I’ve bought numerous products based on their recommendations.  While learning about exfoliants and serums, I came across a video about racism in skincare.  It was about skin bleaching, which is using a product, Read more …
  • Missing White Woman Syndrome Demeans the Value of All Women: Part One
    The investigation surrounding Gabby Petito’s disappearance and tragic murder has been marked by wall-to-wall media coverage. True crime journalists followed the investigation of this young White woman as it developed, documenting their theories and coverage on podcasts and Tik Toks every step of the way. Some Black and Indigenous families of missing persons and the activists that fight alongside them are frustrated.  Many have pointed out discrepancies in the ways media and Read more …
  • The Objectification of Women’s Bodies in Healthcare: The Husband Stitch
    Giving birth is an intimate and oftentimes painful moment in a woman’s life. Most would think that they can rely on their partner and their doctor for support through this intense process, but an unofficial procedure called the husband stitch shows that this is not always the case. What is the husband stitch? When a Read more …
  • Making LGBTQIA+ Youth Rights Mandatory: Strengthen Title IX Enforcement
    In a time where the COVID-19 pandemic has caused difficulties in our lives, we are finally reopening our world and navigating this new normal. For many youths who come from poverty impacted communities, many are returning to their schools with added anxiety and uncertainty in the fall. However, students of color and the LGBTQIA+ community Read more …
  • ISSUE ADVISORY: Asexuality: Sexual Empowerment Isn’t for Everyone, and That’s Okay
    Pride month may be over, but it’s still important to bring attention to an identity that often doesn’t get much attention, even in feminist spaces. Asexuality, although more widely acknowledged now than in the past, is still often included only as an afterthought. Even if it is included, it is often mentioned alongside some outdated Read more …