Join us for virtual advocacy!

We hope you’re  here in Raleigh today, but if not, please do join us virtually. Write or call your legislators with comments about our issues, or use one (or more!) of these links to quickly get your message to the right place:


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We’re raising our voices!

Legislative Building in spring

Women from across the state will use the information in our NCWU Women’s Advocacy Day packet as a basis for conversations with their legislators. You can join them with virtual advocacy!


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2013 TweetSheet

Looking for a way to use twitter to join the conversation about public policy in North Carolina? Check out these resources.


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Agenda for Women’s Advocacy Day Events

Detailed agenda for the day, maps to help you get around, and links to additional resources.


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Tips to prepare for Advocacy Day

What you can do before leaving for Raleigh — be sure to register and to review how your legislator has been voting on the issues of concern to you!


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Join us on Women’s Advocacy Day!

Legislative Building in spring

Registration is open! Please let us know you’re coming!
Register for Advocacy Day: ncwu.org/register-wad/
Register for the April 8 reception: ncwu.org/register-gandy


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Kim Gandy will speak at Women’s Advocacy Day!

Kim Gandy will be in Raleigh on April 9 — plan now to attend Women’s Advocacy Day to hear her.


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Women’s Advocacy Day: April 9

Save the date! Women’s Advocacy Day will be Tuesday, April 9 in Raleigh. Come hear Kim Gandy, learn about issues in front of the Legislature, and share your concerns with YOUR representatives!


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Webinars on Tax Reform

Join NCWU and the NC Justice Center’s Budget and Tax Center for one of two webinars on Tax Reform: What’s at Stake for North Carolina: noon on Jan. 17, or 6 pm on Jan. 22.


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The 2012 Anne Mackie Award Goes To….

Carolyn King portrait

We are pleased to announce that our selection for this year’s Anne Mackie Award goes to Carolyn King, a lifelong advocate for women in NC.


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