If you have visited the DWWC Facebook Page or Member’s Group, you may have discovered that there was an informal challenge raised to celebrate Black Women for both months. Members have been posting often overlooked accomplishments of black women. Check out the women that have been highlighted. Moving from February
Celebration of Martin Luther King’s birthday begins on January 15. After a couple of weeks of turmoil, it will be a time of coming together in remembrance of Dr, King’s work as well as a much-needed National Day of Service. DWWC members are encouraged to select one or more of
At times it may have seemed that this day would never arrive. As 2020 fades into history, 2021 arrives amid stay at home parties and subdued celebration. With the Biden-Harris inauguration in the near future and COVID-19 vaccines being administered, there is hope in the air. It’s that time, again!
2020 and the COVID-19 Pandemic provides challenges for family gatherings, celebrations by faith groups, and traditional social events. Many of these activities include gift exchanges. The gift most of us will be celebrating is the approval of vaccines to halt the spread of COVD infections. The image above is from
November is National American Indian Heritage Month The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans. What started
At the November meeting of the Democratic Women of Wake County, David McLennan, Professor of Political Science and Director of Meredith Poll, at Meredith College, shared his analysis of the 2020 election results and provided insight into future elections in our state. Several of our DWWC members, who are elected officials