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One of the most important issues to Democratic women is reproductive justice. We are very excited to welcome Taylor Pinckney, the regional field organizer for Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, as the speaker for our August meeting. Taylor will be speaking about women's rights and the right to reproductive health choices and other hot topic issues for women in general going into the 2019/2020 Elections. Taylor has impressive experience promoting intersectional feminism and civic engagement and it is sure to be…Find out more »
We will have a speaker this month and you will definitely want to hear what she has to say! Amy Jablonski is running for NC State Superintendent. Amy J for NC has an impressive resume in public education, including leadership roles in Cabarrus County schools, division director at the NC Department of Public Instruction, a PhD in educational leadership and her current role at SWIFT, a national education technical assistance center. We welcome all to come here Amy talk at…Find out more »
Come celebrate 100 years of women's right to vote! Join us for the 2019 Change Makers’ Luncheon. We fought hard to win the right to vote 100 years ago. Cabarrus County Democratic Women will be celebrating this right on October 20th with a brunch featuring dynamic female speakers (detailed below) looking to make progressive changes in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and the United States. It is up to us, the women of this country, to use this hard fought for…Find out more »
Cabarrus County Democratic women are honored to host the annual NC Democratic Women Regional Conference. Region 4 represents women from Gaston, Lincoln, Iredell, Mecklenburg, Cabarrus and Rowan counties. Our guest speaker is Judge Juanita Boger-Allen for Judge, the first African-American elected to a judgeship in Cabarrus County. Each county will be offering a basket for a raffle. The luncheon will be at the Union Street Bistro featuring pimento cheese, chicken salad and tuna salad croissants along with fruit and pasta…Find out more »