Woman's National Democratic Club

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

Joint Letter to Senate on Supreme Court Appointment

Yesterday, the Woman’s National Democratic Club co-signed a letter to US Senate leadership and members of the Senate Judiciary Committee urging them “against rushing through the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court in the midst of an ongoing national election.” “The Supreme Court already includes four justices who have publicly … Read more

Freedom House

Michael Abramowitz, President of Freedom House, spoke to the Club on August 4. Freedom House was co-founded byEleanor Roosevelt in 1941, as an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom and democracy in the world. It is best known for its work documenting the threats to freedom through a series of annual surveys … Read more

Call Trump Out on Facilitation of China’s Concentration Camps for Uyghurs

John Bolton’s revelations include President Trump telling Chinese President Xi Jinping, in a 2019 G20 meeting in Osaka, that he supported Xi’s building concentration camps for the Uyghur ethnic group. Now that Bolton’s book with that revelation is coming out, Trump has rushed to call for sanctions in the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of … Read more

Two Tuesdays—What to Remember

Joe Biden won overwhelmingly in the South Carolina Democratic Party primary February 27, having plummeted to as low as fourth place in the first three democratic party primaries. The result was a great Super Tuesday. A result of his great Super Tuesday was that major primary opponents dropped out of the primary race and endorsed … Read more

What We Must Do to Further the Delegitimization of Donald Trump

It is hard to think of a greater de-legitimization of President Trump than his impeachment by the House of Representatives, but we must do more to ensure that the broad American public accepts the Impeachment articles, delivered and taken up in the Senate under the provisions of the Constitution. It is essential that Trump not … Read more