Donald Trump may have accidentally created a new women’s movement


Read more here: accepted as formal partner of March on Washington – we will be available real time during the march!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017, the non-profit organization that drafted Measure 89, a ballot initiative to amend the Oregon Constitution with the Equal Rights Amendment, (an amendment to protect women against sex discrimination) and which passed in a landslide victory, has been accepted as a formal partner for the Women’s March on Washington, DC. on January 21, 2017. will have board members and supporters marching in Portland and Newport and in Washington, DC to support women’s equality at the federal level with the hope of bringing attention to the century long battle to pass the federal Equal Rights Amendment.
Leanne Littrell DiLorenzo, Founder and President of said, “the march on Washington is not a partisan issue; rather it is an outcry for all people to rise up and to remember  we are a country full of diverse people who should all be respected. The march empowers us to come together to refuse to be silenced and to protect our democracy.”
We encourage everyone who can march to do so and here is the link to learn more at
If you are interested in our perspectives from the march in Washington, DC, contact Leanne real time during the march from 10 am to 5 pm Eastern Standard Time – (7am to 2 pm PCT – Oregon time) at 503-701-7122.
Contact us if you would like to have some of our observations, photos and video from the various marches we attend.

NAACP Report in Opposition to the Nomination of Jefferson Beauregard Sessions to Be Attorney General of the United States


Read the entire, shocking report.  Call your Senator now with opposition.  This man cannot be Attorney General of the United States

“From his actions as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama in the 1980s, to his actions as Attorney General of Alabama in the 1990s, to his twenty-year career as a United States Senator, Sessions’ record demonstrates hostility to principles of equality and justice, and to the core civil rights statutes and legal principles that as Attorney General he would be charged with enforcing.    For this reason, the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) strongly opposes the confirmation of Senator Jeff Sessions to serve as the 84th Attorney General of the United States….

In sum, any fair and objective assessment of Sessions’ record demonstrates that he is neither qualified nor prepared to vigorously enforce the nation’s civil rights laws. ”