Ellie Smeal and Terry O’Neill are Coming to Raleigh!

National LEADERS of two PROMINENT women’s organizations – Ellie Smeal, President of Feminist Majority and publisher of Ms. Magazine, and Terry O’Neill, President of NOW.

This ‘Makers’ series on Ellie Smeal shows videos of Ellie in her own words, really excellent!

Watch Ellie in her own words at http://www.makers.com/ellie-smeal. Read about Terry and see some of her articles at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terry-oneill/

Meet Ellie and Terry (and many other prominent figures) at the “She Wins, We Win” campaign press conference and rally on March 3 at 11:00 am in the Legislative Building. Our event is going from 11am to 12:30, starting with a press conference at 11am. We will have a press conference first, then the rally. We will kick off the rally with a few rousing songs!

The event is highlighting women, and why women are excited about Hillary Clinton. Our event is expected to end by 12:30 pm.

You will also see local women’s organization leaders, local community leaders, student leaders from area campuses, and state and local elected officials celebrating this historic campaign. Some of the local speakers presently include Sen. Floyd McKissick, Rep. Carla Cunningham, Rev. Michelle Laws, Mandy Carter, and fiery teenager Madison Kimrey.

Bring your own homemade signs on Hillary, on your hopes for women, etc. We’ll make more signs at the Raleigh NOW meeting on Mar 1, 2016 at 7:15pm.

The campaign is an independent expenditure project of the Feminist Majority. This campaign emphasizes Hillary Clinton’s record and her vision for the future. More information about the campaign can be found at http://www.shewinswewin.org. More information about the Feminist Majority can be found at http://www.feministmajority.org. Sponsors of this event include Feminist Majority, National Organization for Women (NOW), North Carolina NOW, Ms. President NOW and Ms. President NOW-NC (a project of NC NOW).

None of our speakers or participants can reference personal campaigns for public office in their remarks nor can there be distribution of campaign materials by speakers who may be running for office themselves.

If you have any questions, contact president@raleighnow.org