Georgia: Today is the LAST DAY to Register to Vote! Are You Registered to Vote?! Did you move? Do you have a New Address? You have to update your information on your voter registration. Did you get married? Did you change your Name or get a new Last Name? You have to […]
Voter Registration Ends TOMORROW!
A Message from Women Watch Afrika Voter Registration Ends TOMORROW! ARE YOU REGISTERED?! Do you need to UPDATE your Address? Do you have a NEW Name / Last Name? Go here to register to vote or update your information (New Address or New Name): http://bit.ly/OVRWWA TODAY! […]
Women Watch Afrika Radio Show: Everything You Need To Know To Get Vote Ready Georgia!
Women Watch Afrika Radio Show: Everything You Need To Know To Get Vote Ready: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17PAy6gSYKANhRubKipRlMFjzajrTX4tK/view?usp=drivesdk — As an expert in this field, Women Watch Afrika provides trainings as a consultant on numerous issues. For more information on training, guidance, consulting services, and/or information on working with immigrant communities […]
Happy Indigenous Peoples Day!
Happy Indigenous Peoples Day! Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a holiday in the United States that celebrates and honors all Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures. Last year, on October 8, 2021, U.S. President Joe Biden became the first U.S. President to formally recognize the holiday, by signing a presidential proclamation declaring October […]
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month Since 1987, October has been named Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The purple ribbon is used for a number of other important causes, but it is used most often in honor of domestic violence victims and support for the growing awareness. Domestic violence is usually done in secret, but by […]
Civic Engagement at The Carter Center: Celebrating New Americans and Former President Jimmy Carter’s 98th Birthday!
Atlanta, GA, Saturday, October 1st: Civic Engagement at The Carter Center. Women Watch Afrika and partners of the New Americans Workgroup participated at the Naturalization Ceremony of 98 individuals at The Carter Center and celebrated former President Jimmy Carter’s 98th Birthday by registering the New American Citizens to Vote! — […]
Georgia: Poll Workers Are Still Needed!
Still HAPPENING!!! Recruitment for poll workers for Georgia’s November election has started: It’s that time again– recruitment of poll workers to ensure our elections run smoothly & efficiently. Sign up to be a paid poll worker here: https://bit.ly/22WWAPW Or use the QR Code Sign UP TODAY! Please share!! — […]
Civic Engagement at Truist Park
Atlanta, GA, Thursday, September 29th: A beautiful day of community support and Civic Engagement, Women Watch Afrika and partners of the New Americans Workgroup participated at the Naturalization Ceremony of 500 individuals at Truist Park (The Atlanta Braves Stadium), registering the New American Citizens to Vote! — As an expert […]
Our Clarkston National Voter Registration Day Celebration
Thanks for Joining Us to Celebrate National Voter Registration Day on September 20th! September 20th is National Voter Registration Day and communities all around the nation were celebrating and so were we! Women Watch Afrika, New American Pathways, and Clarkston Community Center had our own celebration in Clarkston. We provided the community an […]
Women Watch Afrika’s September Communal Support and Civic Engagement Day
Happening this Saturday, September 24th: Women Watch Afrika’s Communal Support and Civic Engagement Day Time: 11am – 1pm Where: 964 N Indian Creek Dr, Clarkston, GA What: food items, essentials, masks, sanitizer, etc. *Please Wear a Mask **There will be Social Distancing Thanks, Women Watch Afrika — As […]
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