Any and all are invited to write GOTV letters and postcards together on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2:00-3:30 pm. It’s definitely more fun with like-minded folks! Contact a4w@EUUC for the Zoom link and we’ll see you with your pens in hand!
Category: Advocates for Women
We are bereft at the loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a brilliant woman whose career in law helped bring justice to women, the disabled, immigrants, gay and lesbian people, and many others. Illuminating and eliminating gender-based discrimination was her passion.
Systemic sex discrimination has been … read more.
What is Referendum 90?
The Social Justice Council and Advocates for Women voted in early September to endorse “Approve Referendum 90” and EUUC has now formally endorsed it as well. Here’s the background. After a hard-fought battle, in 2020 the Washington State legislature passed the Comprehensive … read more.
Please join us from 2:00-3:30 pm on Sunday Sept. 20 for our virtual Get Out The Vote letter writing party encouraging registered voters in swing states that are relatively unlikely to vote. The template letters we will be sending are nearly complete, and only need … read more.
You are invited to join Advocates for Women in a discussion of “The Vote”, a 2 part series on American Experience, PBS, about the history of the women’s suffrage movement culminating in the ratification of the 19th amendment.
Please join us for this four part discussion of “Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman”, by Lindy West. Lindy is not small, quiet or compliant. We will discuss the personal essays of this bold and funny feminist who doesn’t fit the mold.
Advocates for Women invite you to our four weekly discussions of the book: “Conversations with RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Life, Love, Liberty, and Law+, by Jeffrey Rosen. May 2020.
Attendees at our Reproductive Justice event donated gift cards for local grocery and variety stores, as well as bus passes. A total of $460 worth of cards were donated to Peoria Home, which has a residential program in Everett for women surviving prostitution.
Advocates for Women invite you to join us in Chapman Hall after second service on Sunday December 8, where we will learn about legal strategies to defend reproductive rights for all women and how this fight intersects with UU principles. Reproductive justice goes beyond Pro-Choice, … read more.