Monthly Archives: December 2017


Daily Call to Action – consider the WOC Economic Policy and Leadership National Summit

View this email in your browser Women of Color  Economic Policy & Leadership National Summit Washington, DC January 29, 2018 – January 30, 2018 Women of Color Network, Inc. is thrilled to invite anti-violence advocates working in organizations funded by the…

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Meet and Mingle with Women Candidates, NGO reps – TONIGHT Jan 15th 7pm

The Honorable Carl Snowden to pay tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. WISE has invited all women candidates – both Republican and Democrat – running for local state and county offices to attend this event. Learn from expert non-government organizations…

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Daily Call to Action

Consider attending this musical. The “I have a Dream” Musical play will be on on Sat. Jan 13, 2018 @ 7pm to 10pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/138766613504472/ The event is hosted by the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Committee of MD. Tickets are…

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Today’s Daily Call to Action: Please mark your calendar for January 6th for: A Dialogue on Race from 9:30-12:30 at AACC

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Join WISE and many others to mark the 1 year anniversary of the Women’s March

Today’s Daily Call to Action – Mark your calendar! Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 11 AM – 1 PM Lawyer’s Mall Show Map Details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/136570970211321/

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Call your senators, ask them to pass CHIP funding bill immediately! 844-241-1141

The funding mechanism for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) has lapsed. There’s no current timetable for Congress to extend it, and another short-term patch will not work. Sixteen states will be out of money by January 31, 2018. The…

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DEMAND CONGRESS PASS A CLEAN DREAM ACT

Update (12/11): While the deadline to find a legislative replacement for DACA isn’t until March, DACA recipients’ statuses are already expiring, and the program will be a key bargaining chip in the upcoming 2018 budget discussions. A funding agreement must…

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Dozens at County Council back call for Michael Peroutka’s resignation

Dozens at County Council back call for Michael Peroutka’s resignation About a dozen people called for Anne Arundel County Council chairman Michael Peroutka’s resignation at a meeting Monday. (File photo by Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun) Chase CookContact ReporterStaff Writer For…

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Take action to demand that the nine leading companies cut their ties to the harmful bail industry.

Did you know that you can get locked up in jail simply because you don’t have enough cash in your bank account? If you’re arrested – even wrongfully – the amount of money you have is what often determines your…

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Divisive choice: Trumpism has come to Anne Arundel County

Divisive choice: Trumpism has come to Anne Arundel County Trumpism has come to Anne Arundel County. A defining feature of the Trumpadministration is that it often picks the very last person you would ever pick as a leader if you were…

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