Join other fans of Don’t Think of an Elephant, at the Hilton Raleigh Durham Airport on Saturday evening, March 1.
The Wilmington Branch will focus on the future of National Public Radio at its February branch meeting. John Milligan, Executive Director of WHQR, the local NPR affiliate, will be our featured speaker.
Summary of recent posts to www.aauwnc.org.
AAUW Raleigh/Wake County will host an author’s brunch on Saturday, March 8, at Peace College. The featured author is Sarah Shaber, a mystery writer who lives in Raleigh. She has published several mystery novels with Professor Simon Shaw as her sleuth. Her books are set in Raleigh, and local readers will recognize many of the landmarks.
For details, see rwc.aauwnc.org.
Kristen Galles spoke to the NCCU Women’s Law Caucus on her experiences as a Title IX attorney and related topics. Read a summary of the talk, see pictures, find links to handouts, and learn how to join AAUW on the NCCU campus.
To learn more about the Agenda Assemblies, a powerful program for women to raise their voices on issues of public concern, watch this six minute video:
Summary of AAUW NC posts, Dec. 7, 2007 – Jan. 15, 2008
On Monday, January 14, the AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund case, Jennings v. UNC-CH was settled. The university agreed to pay former soccer player Melissa Jennings $385,000 and the coach Anson Dorrance issued an apology to all players.
For details on the case see the January 15 article in the Raleigh News and Observer.
For the summary from AAUW, see www.aauw.org/laf.
Info on AAUW doings in the Jacksonville region.
The Women’s Law Caucus of NC Central University and AAUW North Carolina will host a January 22, 2008 talk by Kristen Galles, a DC attorney with national expertise in Title IX, who serves on the AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund Attorney Advisory Committee.