Empower hour recap

A special thank you to Rachel Zebro, curatorial associate of modern and contemporary art for Phoenix Art Museum for guiding us through the exhibit and sharing dinner with us at our August Empower Hour. "In the Company of Women: Women Artists from the...

Open Letter to ASU re: Rape Culture

Fast forward to 2018. ASU still has no rape crisis center, no rape hotline, abusers are still not held accountable whether students or faculty, and women who report sexual assault are still shamed, not believed, and often leave the campus with their dreams shattered. So where have we come in thirty years?  And more important, why has ASU not made more progress in dealing with violence toward women?

Rape at ASU

Jasmine Lester, giving presentation in downtown gallery Five15Arts@Chartreuse, art work by Joan Thompson Thank you, Jasmine Lester for your informative presentation at our June meeting about sexual assault at ASU. We are horrified at the number of assaults that have...

Our next monthly chapter meeting: July 22

Michelle Dorsey is our guest speaker this month. Come hear about the goals and outcomes of the recent 62nd Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women and the many struggles faced by international women. Learn about what you can do...

Stand Against Racism: recap

The Central Phoenix Inez Casiano NOW participated in the YWCA national Stand Against Racism on Saturday, May 19 with a facilitated discussion at Changing Hands, Phoenix. The 15 participants ranged from their 20s to their 70s in age, one-third were men, and nearly half were people of color.

Our next monthly chapter meeting: June 24

Our guest speaker will be Jasmine Lester (pictured above), from Sun Devils Against Sexual Assault.  Jasmine Lester is an ASU alum who has been involved in anti-rape activism at ASU for the past 8 years. She founded Sun Devils Against Sexual Assault, and...