You’re Invited: Chicago NOW Annual Meeting

Join Chicago NOW for our annual meeting at Early to Bed along with Howard Brown Health Center and Chicago Women’s Health Center for an educational STI/STD panel and to celebrate World AIDS Day.

Where: Early to Bed, 5232 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago

When: Wednesday, Dec. 1, 8:00pm-10:00pm

Early to Bed will host us and donate 10% of the night’s sales to Howard Brown Health Center toward their lifeline efforts as the center is at risk of closing.

Early to Bed will also donate a raffle item and those proceeds will also go to Howard Brown Health Center.

We will also have a suggested donation of $5 at the door. All door donations will be donated to Howard Brown.
Wine and light appetizers will be served.

Questions? Contact chicagonow.org@gmail.com

Join The Chicago NOW Board!!

Interested in joining Chicago NOW’s all volunteer board? The chapter is currently looking for women and men interested in becoming involved with Chicago NOW.

We are particularly looking for individuals interested in economic equity, lesbian rights, reproductive justice, grants and development and membership–but don’t worry, if you have other interests within woman’s rights, please don’t hesitate to apply!

To apply please send your resume, coverletter and two professional references to chicagonow.org@gmail.com.

We will begin conducting interviews in November.

For more information

House Vote Soon on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Take Action With NOW!!

The end is in sight for the unjust and discriminating Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy. To date, more than 10,000 lesbian and gay service members have been discharged from the military because of this policy. To end this policy, we need your help.

This week a key vote is taking place in the House of Representatives on the Defense Authorization bill, and we expect Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-Pa.) to introduce an amendment that would repeal DADT. Unfortunately, the amendment will likely include a delay in implementation of the repeal until after the Defense Department has completed its study of the issue. At the very least, there should be a reasonable time limit on any such delay.

Please click HERE to see what you can do to take action!