This Thanksgiving, share the story of Zitkála-Šá; writer, musician, and activist from the Yankton Dakota Sioux tribe. She was a leading spokesperson for the National Woman’s Party and Women’s Christian Temperance Union, emphasizing the importance of equity for Indigenous women and fighting for the Indian Citizenship Act, which gave Indigenous people the right to vote 1924.

Be the first to bid on the beautiful suffragist portraits by Cherish Springer and more featured Items in our Holiday Auction!

Apply to join the Mass NOW Board by Nov 28th!

Mass NOW is accepting nominations for Vice President of Governance, and four at-large board members to serve on both the Mass NOW Inc and Mass NOW Foundation boards, which are fun-loving, multi-generational boards of committed, vibrant, passionate individuals.

Read the board member responsibilities and apply for the At Large Positions here and Vice President of Governance here! Applications are Due Nov 28, 2021. Interviews with the Board’s Election Committee will be the week of Nov 29th + Dec 6th, 2021. Email with any questions.

The 53rd Annual Mass NOW State Conference
No Years Off: Fighting for an Equitable Future

Sunday, December 12, 2022

Join our intergenerational feminist community from around the state at the upcoming annual state conference to hear about our agenda for 2022 & elect new leaders to the Mass NOW INC and Mass NOW Foundation boards.

This year will feature remarks by State Representative Chynah Tyler and Natanja Craig Oquendo, Executive Director of the Boston Women’s Fund and a workshop on Charting Your Personal Action Plan for 2022 with Becca Glen from Mass Alliance!

Can we count on you?

This year Mass NOW mobilized our members across the state to pass period policy for the first time in Massachusetts history and doubled our legislative agenda. 

 Can we count on you to pitch in and help us grow our organizing team to fight for gender and racial justice across the Commonwealth?