Title IX in Education
Dr. Michelle Reinken: UNC Charlotte Director of Title IX Compliance
Sarah O. Edwards: UNC Charlotte Associate General Council
Title IX, has had positive effects of women and girls yet too many still do not have equal educational experiences or opportunities. AAUW is pushing for strong enforcement of Title IX and policies that will extend equity protections.
May Annual Meeting, picnic, and nature walk In Evergreen Nature Preserve.
April Panel discussion on pay equity and the Equal Rights Amendment. Speakers NC ERA Alliance
March Join us as we celebrated Women’s History Month with actors portraying five remarkable women who have made important contributions to our history
February National AAUW Fellowship recipients studying at Duke University in Durham, NC.
January “Changed Choices” New Lives Beyond Prison Walls and Legislation That Impacts This Transition A panel discussion on the support given to women who have faced incarceration and steps to restore self-sufficient and healthy lives.
November Virtual Program “Weather and Climate and How It Affects You” Karin Gleason, NOAA Climatologist National Centers for Environmental Information
October Your Have the Power – Rick Glazier, Executive Director of the North Carolina Justice Center, North Carolina updated us on upcoming legislative issues.
September The Journey to the Ballot Box for Woman of Color – Asian, Latino, and Black panelists will recognize lesser know woman who worked to win the woman’s vote.
August: Pay Equity and How Do We Get There. Keynote speakers: Kate Nielson, Director of Public Policy & Legal Advocacy at AAUW and Mary Williams-Stover, Executive Director at NC Council for Women who shared how North Carolina women’s wages compare to other states.
The March program celebrated Women’s History Month with actors portraying five remarkable women who have made important contributions to our history. Below are featured Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth
February 1 2:30-4PM Census 2020 and Women in American Life 1942-1955
Lawanda Blair Foster, Charlotte Mecklenburg Director for Census 2020, will be our speaker and will provide information and answer questions on this controversial census, why it is important to our County and State, and reveal new initiatives designed to increase accurate data collection.
Women in American Life, 1942-1955: War Work, Housework, and Growing Discontent (continuing the series) will also be part of the program. The Video portion of this program features historical photographs which examine women’s daily life experiences, work lives, and involvement with social issues from a wide variety of geographic, cultural and ethnic populations.
January 25, 11-3PM Women United March, First Ward Park, Charlotte,NC
December: Holiday Luncheon – Southern Gourmet
November: Changed Choices: Building New Lives Beyond Prison Walls
Gayle Eason, of Changed Choices (of Charlotte) spoke of empowering “currently and recently incarcerated women to achieve lasting, positive changes to their lives through programming and personalized mental, emotional, physical and spiritual support.”This program aligns with one of AAUW’s 2017-2019 Public Policy Action Priorities: “To guarantee equality, individual rights, and social justice for a diverse society.”
October : Women in American Life “Cultural Image and Economic Reality 1917-1942” features historical photographs which examine women’s daily life experiences, work lives, and involvement with social issues from a wide variety of geographic, cultural and ethnic populations. Speakers discussed the NC Council for Women and Youth Involvement’s study of “The Status of Women in NC Employment & Earnings”.
September: Women in American Life.” Immigration, New Work & New Roles: 1889-1920, Speaker, Pat Martinez shared stories of immigrant women in Charlotte who are making a difference.