National Organization for Women
By Will Weatherly on August 2, 2018
Sitting in The Lunch Box, a Dominican restaurant on Park Avenue in Cranston, Democratic candidate for Providence city council Deya Garcia (Ward 8, Reservoir and West End) shows me pictures of flowers. Her neighbors have dug in chayote, a kind of squash plant usually reserved for humid climates, and gave Garcia tips on how to […]
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By Steve Ahlquist on June 20, 2017
“We are excited to endorse the only woman of color in a crowded field vying for a seat at the table, and we know she will be a strong voice for Ward 3 on Providence’s city council,” said Amanda Clarke, past president of RI NOW.
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By Steve Ahlquist on April 24, 2017
The first Planned Parenthood health center opened in Providence in 1932 and has proudly served the women and families of Rhode Island for more than 80 years.
Posted in Featured, Health Care, Photos, Providence, Reproductive Rights, Rhode Island, Video, Women, Youth | Tagged Danna Freedman-Shara, Mary Bawza, National Organization for Women, now, Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, PPSNE, Rebecca Kislak | 1 Response