Woman's National Democratic Club

IPCC Report on Climate Change

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has labeled the global climate change crisis Code Red. It is irreversible, inevitable, and unprecedented. World leaders say: “We can’t wait to tackle the Climate Crisis. The signs are unmistakable. The science is undeniable. And the cost of inaction keeps mounting.”—President Joe Biden, United States of America  “Nobody’s … Read more

WNDC Resolutions Adopted by NFDW

WNDC Resolutions Adopted at 50th Convention of the National Federation of Democratic Women The Public Policy & Political Action Committee submitted the following three resolutions to be considered at the 50th NFDW Convention. These three resolutions were adopted on June 11, 2021 by an overwhelming majority, along with five others submitted from several states and … Read more

Wear Orange 2021

 WNDC’s Gun Violence Prevention Task Force is joining hands with DC Moms Demand Action to support events for Wear Orange, both virtually and in-person (June 5 and 12, respectively). On June 4, WNDC members wore orange in solidarity of the entire gun violence prevention community. Our communities deserve justice! #KeepDCAlive Mark your calendars for programs this month … Read more

GVP Coalition Letter – David Chipman as Director of the Bureau of ATF

On May 14, the final Letter to US Senate Judiciary Committee on the Nomination of David Chipman for ATF Director was submitted on behalf of a coalition of gun violence prevention organizations, including WNDC’s GVP Task Force. Read the full letter here: https://democraticwoman.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/GVP-Coalition-Letter-Chipman.pdf

Joint Letter to Sen. Schumer on S. 1 “For the People Act”

On January 15, the Woman’s National Democratic Club co-signed a letter to Senator Check Schumer urging him to “act to safeguard our democracy for the long term and finally create the fair, just system Americans want and deserve.” As part of the Declaration for American Democracy (DFAD) coalition of over 80 partners, the WNDC put … Read more