Monthly Archives: June 2020

Time Sensitive Action Alert! MA residents, please support these bills to protect the rights of people of color

Cape Cod Women for Change has been asked by the MA ACLU to sign on as supporters of these two bills, and we need you to use your voices! Time is running out as the legislative session is winding down.

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CAPE CODDERS: Protest without leavng your car, attend a protest caravan Tuesday

MOVING FORWARD FOR RACIAL JUSTICE A Peaceful Procession in Memory of George Floyd (1973-2020) TUESDAY, JUNE 9 5:00 PM: Assemble at the Nathaniel H. Wixon School (901 Rt. 134 Dennis) 5:30 PM:  Proceed by auto caravan on Rt. 134S enter ramp to Rt. 6, travel at 25mph to Hyannis. 6:00 PM: Turn off at Exit 6, and turn right/north on

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Protesting racial injustice during a pandemic: Should I?

As protests across the country following the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police have increased in size and number, many of us are faced with the pull to protest despite the recommendations that we should stay at home. During this pandemic, the fear that underlying conditions, age, or contact with people in our lives with compromised immunity

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