Unite Against Hate – NOW Calls on Allies to Stand Up for Women of Color

Washington – – We are calling on the NOW grassroots movement and ally feminist organizations to join us in publicly denouncing all hate groups and

Source: Unite Against Hate – NOW Calls on Allies to Stand Up for Women of Color | National Organization for Women

Today Is the Anniversary Of The Voting Rights Act—But For Too Many Women Of Color, Voting Rights Are Far From Secure

The Voting Rights Act passed on August 6, 1965. For African American women, this was meant to deliver on the promise of the 19th Amendment to the U.S.

Source: Today Is the Anniversary Of The Voting Rights Act—But For Too Many Women Of Color, Voting Rights Are Far From Secure | National Organization for Women

Lights of Hope for Troubled People

Source: Lights of Hope for Troubled People – News Lincoln County

Lights of Hope is a grassroots movement which started in Toledo in 2017. This is an event which brings people together who are affected by addiction in their family, friends, or personally. There will be BBQ, games, speakers, prayer, candle light vigil, and Siletz Indian Tribal Drummers and Dancers as well as numerous resources for addiction and mental health. This event will be held on Saturday, August 25th, 5pm to dusk at Toledo waterfront park. Donations can also be made at any branch of Oregon Coast Bank or at the Go Fund Me site below.

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