Congratulations to Marguerite Scott, Ouida Watson, Quanta Monique Edwards, and Vicky DeGroote, the 2020 DWWC Stars. They were recognized during the Saturday night virtual banquet September 26. DWWC was awarded Honorable Mention for the Betty Ray McCain Communication Award. Additionally, DWWC was recognized for the 2nd largest growth in membership
The DWWC Board of Directors voted that the DWNC Convention would take the place of our September meeting. The next DWWC meeting will occur in October. Have you registered for the first-ever virtual DWNC Convention? The convention begins Sept 25 and will be jam-packed — full of training, inspirational speakers,
The idea for Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated throughout the latter half of September and first half of October, began as a way to promote the history, culture and contributions of Hispanic-Americans. Specifically — those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Communities mark the
Show off your shirt! We are planning a fun activity using our Selfie Pics. The pictures in the Facebook group will be tagged as 100 years. Click on the topic to see all the pics. Did you miss the t-shirt sale? Interested in purchasing?
The power of the people is greater than the people in power. Join Democratic Women of North Carolina as we push the needle forward by leading with our values and vision of equity and prosperity for ALL North Carolinians on our virtual lobby day. Join DWNC on September 2 -3
Campaign 2020 Activity Power of the Pen (PoP) is “good trouble” to be in. We are writing personalized letters to registered Democratic women who need to hear from regular voters like you, about the importance of this election. Sign up to write 20 letters to fellow Democratic women in Wake County