Celebrate National Organization for Women Day on June 30th. Founded on June 30, 1966 by a group of activists raising awareness to end sex discrimination and has remained a strong group for womens rights.
NOW works to end discrimination and harassment against women, to help women attain economic security, and to empower women to take action in their communities. NOW also educates the public about the issues facing women and works to engage individuals and groups in supporting equality for women.
NOW is important because it is one of the longest-running and most well-known organizations fighting for women's rights. The organization has been a powerful force in advocating for change and has helped to make progress on many fronts. NOW has accomplished a great deal, but there is still much work to be done. Some of the challenges facing NOW include continuing to fight for progress on key issues such as reproductive rights and equal pay, while also working to engage younger generations in the movement.
NOW has had a profound impact on the lives of women in the United States and has been a powerful force in the fight for equality. The organization has helped to make progress on many fronts and continues to be a vital voice in the movement for women's rights.
Celebrate NOW Day
Involvement with NOW can take many forms, from signing up for membership to attending events and rallies, making donations, or joining a local chapter. There are many ways to get involved and support the organization, and every bit helps further the cause of equality for women. Celebrate this day by getting involved and become a part of the NOW movement!