Monday, April 18, 2011

Gill's Notes::On behalf of NOW -National Organization of Women

Stand Up for the Women of Wal-Mart 3/29 and for Women's Health April 7
On Tuesday, March 29, gather with women's rights advocates outside the Supreme Court to show solidarity with the women of Wal-Mart and demand fair pay for women!
Wal-Mart v. Dukes is the largest class action lawsuit in our nation's history and deals with Wal-Mart's clear record of paying its women workers less. NOW has been pressuring Wal-Mart for a long time, declaring them a Merchant of Shame nearly a decade ago.
Join us to advocate for fair pay for women!
Who: National Organization for Women and Allies
What: Rally for the Women of Wal-Mart

Where: U.S. Supreme Court
1 First St. NE
between E. Capitol St. & Maryland Ave.
Washington, D.C. 20543
Metro: Capitol South (Blue & Orange Lines) or Union Station (Red Line, Amtrak)
When: Tuesday, March 29
Time: 9:30am-11:30am
Questions: Contact Anita Lederer at or 202-628-8669 ext. 134
Important Requirements: Signs must be handheld and made of cardboard, posterboard, or cloth. Any supports for the signs must be dull, wooden, and no larger than 3/4" at their largest point.
But wait! There's more...
SAVE THE DATE: Stand Up for Women's Health Rally and Lobby Day April 7
Want to help end the War on Women?
Join NOW, Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and other reproductive justice allies in D.C. on Thursday, April 7 for a rally and lobby day on Capitol Hill. Save the date and watch for more details coming soon.

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