The AAUW Statesville branch and Reading is Fundamental have partnered for more than 30 years to get books into the homes of children who might not have them otherwise.
Thanks to Susanne Rolland and her team from AAUW Brevard for this summary of 2013 legislation related to education: Quality Public Education: Endangered in North Carolina?.
On July 20, 2013 women from across the state came together to react to the 2013 session of the General Assembly and make plans for the future. We all left understanding that the problems are so large, and the resources few -- but if we bring to bear the power of the coalition, we can move forward together.
AAUW NC President Mary Peterson delivered a petition with more than 500 names asking the Governor to veto any additional restrictions on abortion.
Links to AAUW NC resources about actions taken in the NC General Assembly in the 2013 session.
AAUW of North Carolina is being led by a streamlined leadership team and is concentrating on a public policy project that leverages our network of activist members from across the state. We’ll be posting messages to the Public Policy Alerts email list which is open to all, and members from across the state are welcome to subscribe to the Public Policy Info list for more complete information on
- Subscribe to the AAUW NC pp-alerts mailing list
- Check our current Key Issues spreadsheet (updated a few times a week during the session)
- More tips to stay up to date with the NC General Assembly