Author Archives: Cape Cod Women for Change

ROE Act Youth Summit this Saturday – Join us! Learn what you can do to help protect reproductive rights in MA

We are seeking young people to participate in a summit this Saturday. Whether you are a group leader or simply a young person who is concerned about the possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned and women losing their reproductive autonomy, you are welcome to take part.

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Facts vs. Myths in today’s abortion rhetoric

The Massachusetts ROE Act has been stalled in the Joint Judicial Committee. The MA Catholic leadership has been urging their congregations to contact legislators to voice opposition, and our legislators have been receiving those messages. We ask each of you to contact your state legislators to insist this bill be moved out of committee and onto the floor of the legislature for a vote. The current legislative session continues, and despite that it’s “election season” we must insist the ROE Act is PASSED now.

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PROTECT SCOTUS! Take these actions, now.

We must do anything and everything possible to stop the senate from putting Trump’s nominee on SCOTUS, the hypocrisy is one thing, but we are now looking at threats to our rights. Threats to ROE v Wade, voting, union organizing, LGBTQ, equal pay, the separation of church and state, corporations buying elections and threats to the ACA – all just a sample of what we have to lose. Here are some actions you can take in honor of RGB – don’t just do these once, do them daily!

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UPSP: Take action, use your voice! Here are actions you can take.

Here are actions you can take NOW: Call your Representatives and tell them to save the Postal Service by supporting the Delivering for America Act. This is crucial because the House is expected to vote this week on implementing safeguards for normal service standards as well as the integrity of our elections.  Call your Senators to demand they pass the

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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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CORONAVIRUS RELIEF BILL PASSES, HOW WILL IT IMPACT YOU? HERE ARE THE DETAILS (updated)

(Please see our page full of helpful links to information, ways you can help, ways you can find help and more – from international to any state, to local communities) Details for small businesses here via INC:  Small Businesses Could Land SBA Loans in as Soon as 2 Weeks. Here’s Who’s Eligible More info for small business here: Coronavirus checks,

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IMPEACHMENT – CONTACT SENATORS: Regardless of reporting, we must let them know we demand witnesses and evidence!

Regardless of what media reports about who is voting how, we MUST make our voices heard one last time before tomorrow’s expected vote. Please take a minute and make a few calls! Please ask friends and family to do the same. Senators need to know that the polls are real, the the majority of Americans want witnesses called during the

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