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During our March 24 luncheon, Secretary Clinton accepted the award in a video address to NCJW’s members, supporters, and activists. No woman in our country better exemplifies the true meaning and spirit of a “Woman Who Dared.” Her commitment to improving the lives of women, children and families, and advocating for women’s rights and human rights in the U.S. and around the world is an inspiration to us all.
NCJW was privileged to be a leader AND supporter of the Women's March on Washington on January 21. The unity that grew from marches nationwide will carry us through the coming months and years – but we must keep up the momentum.
Here are 4 things you can do right now:
In collaboration with In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda; All* Above All; and the National Institute for Reproductive Health, NCJW is proud to present this new toolkit guiding advocates through the process of advancing reproductive rights, health, and justice with local resolutions – full toolkit coming soon.
For now, please check it out and share with your fellow advocates! And if you’re interested in learning more, e-mail In Our Own Voice Deputy Director Michelle Batchelor or NCJW Grassroots Associate Leanne Gale.
Introducing You Be the Judge, a dynamic workshop on the federal court system. This program makes courts accessible and shows just how vital they really are.
An exceptional educational experience, hosting the You Be the Judge program will deepen civic engagement and strengthen advocacy efforts. Everything you need to plan a successful event is provided by NCJW!
For You Be the Judge materials or questions please contact Caroline Ostro, NCJW Judicial Nominations Campaign Organizer.