This issue contains details about the April 18-19 convention in Greensboro, important information on the AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund, and more. Read the full issue online. You may also register for convention online.
The American Association of University Women has released its Congressional Voting Record for the 110th Congress, First Session, which provides AAUW members and the public with critical information about how their members of Congress voted on equity issues affecting women and girls in 2007.
Bring a carload to Greensboro Bring a carload is more than a slogan. The 2008 Convention is not “just for officers.” It’s for everyone. “Why,” you ask. To get ideas from members of other branches. To be energized and inspired about our Mission. To hear and learn from dynamic, knowledgeable speakers. To receive tools for…
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: