Rochester NOW

Contact Us:

PO Box 93196
Rochester, NY 14692


Check out our
Calendar of Events!

Reproductive Rights: A Look Forward in a New Political Age
Rochester NOW's annual Roe v Wade Anniversary Program

A panel discussion with Congresswoman Louise Slaughter, Rochester NOW President Jaclyn Richard, NYCLU of the Genesee Valley Director KaeLyn Rich, and a representative from Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York.

Tuesday, January 17, 7 - 8:30 pm
First Unitarian Church, 220 Winton Rd. South, Rochester, NY.

Saturday, January 21 - People's Solidarity Rally

11 am - Noon: Public mass rally in Washington Square Park (downtown Rochester). Noon - 1:00 pm: Post-rally gathering at the First Universalist Church (just across the street from the park at the corners of Clinton & Court Streets).

See Facebook event for more information.

National Women's March on Washington

Saturday, January 21 - Starting at 10 am

See the national Women's March on Washington Facebook page.

See the Western New York Women's March on Washington Facebook page.

Keep Fighting for Feminism!

Women will not go back. We will fight back!

NOW (National Organization for Women) has seen many victories in our 50+ year history - and many setbacks as well. But every single time, we've picked ourselves up and kept fighting for equality.

Our feminism is not defined by a single election; it is defined by how we practice it each and every day in our communities. There is so much we can still do. Feminists keep fighting!

Join the Rochester NOW chapter by going to the National NOW website and selecting the Greater Rochester chapter, NY0489.

Come to a meeting (check our calendar for meeting dates) and learn how you can join the fight for access to abortion care, equal pay, racial justice, LGBTQIA rights, an end to sexual violence, and more.

Greater Rochester NOW Chapter

The Greater Rochester Chapter of the National Organization for Women is an active, entirely volunteer based, non-profit group dedicated to helping women live better lives. Rochester NOW works in support of women's health care issues, equality in the workplace, and fair treatment regardless of race or sexual orientation.



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