- Critical Conversations Part II: Sex Trafficking in North Carolina
- Critical Conversations Part I: Sexual Assault Awareness and Resources in the Pandemic
- The Inaugural Black Maternal Health Forum – April 10, 2021
- Valiant Women: Leadership Lessons From The Bull City – March 31, 2021
- Join Our Scholars at the UN on March 16, 2021
- CSW 65: Building Feminist Leaders, WomenNC’s Youth Leadership Training Program – March 16, 2021
- Events to celebrate and learn about Black History – February 2021
- #WomenInScience Live Zoom Event – February 11, 2021
- Virtual screening of Legalize Equality documentary and Q&A panel – January 28, 2021
- WomenNC & ERA-NC Alliance Virtual Lunch & Learn: RECAP
Pivot Point for Intergenerational Activism – March 18, 2020
We invite you to join the scholars, learn about gender disparities in North Carolina and understand the specific policies they suggest to “move the needle forward.” Learn more.
WomenNC Scholars at the Durham Women’s Commission – March 23, 2020
Bridget Pittman-Blackwell, Leticia Ross, Jackie Lanning, Isa van der Drift and Samia Noor have been invited to present their work at the Durham Women’s Commission’s March meeting. Learn more.
WomenNC Scholars at NCSU Gender & Equity Research Symposium – April 9, 2020
WNC scholars will present at the NCSU Gender & Equity Ressearch Symposium. Join us and hear about the work they have done in NC and what they have learned! The symposium bridges the interdisciplinary nature of gender and equity work by putting social justice and equity research into action. Learn more.
Join us for WomenNC’s 10th Annual Local-to-Global Forum on February 28, 2019 and celebrate our 10 year anniversary as an organization. Our 10 CSW Scholars and RTI Global Gender Center mentors will have a panel discussion to showcase the research projects completed by this year’s students from Bennett College, Duke University, NC State University, and UNC Chapel Hill.
James B. Hunt, Jr. Library ∙ North Carolina State University ∙ Centennial Campus
Thursday, March 8, 2018, 6:00PM
Women NC is especially happy to announce, ‘The Juanita M. Bryant Fellowship Program’ this year. Celebrating a lifetime of commitment and activism in service to the advancement of women- in North Carolina, the United States, and the world, Juanita’s commitment to youth has inspired Women NC to honor her by the naming of its youth leadership program.
WomenNC held their 9th Annual Local-to-Global Celebration: Honoring Juanita Bryant on March 8, 2018. Our Fellows were able to present their original research projects to an audience of 160 community members. The following week, our Fellows had a successful trip to the 62nd Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) Session at the United Nations in New York, where they were able to present their research to a global audience. Read the Press Release for more information.
Thursday, April 6th, 2017
7:00 – 8:30 pm (followed by reception)
Freeman Center for Jewish Life at Duke University
WomenNC 2017 fellows will bring the reflection of their one week trip to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women 61st session to NC Communities.
Cities for the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)
Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
Durham County Human Services Building – 414 East Main Street
Durham, NC 27701
Students from North Carolina universities will be joining the Durham government to impact the lives of women and girls.
Keynote Speaker: Brenda A. Howerton, Durham County Commissioner
Award Presentation: One outstanding woman who has impacted the Durham community
Zoe Willingham – Duke University (Sr.) – “Dynamics of Women’s Wage Gap in a Changing Urban Economy”
Cristy Villalobos – Meredith College (Sr.) – “Access to Reproductive Healthcare for Incarcerated Girls and Women”
Lauren Frey – North Carolina State University (Sr.) – “Barriers to Implementing Dating and Sexual Violence Prevention Education in Durham Schools”