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  • Pame Kingfisher, former Noyes Board Member, Advocates for Native Women's Rights

    Pamela Kingfisher, Cherokee citizen and delegate to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, travelled to Geneva, Switzerland to speak out for Native women's rights. Kingfisher is well-known for her research on violence against native women, having contributed to several reports on the subject – including one published by Amnesty International. MORE

  • U.S. Supreme Court is Wrong on Contraception Ruling

    The Noyes Foundation opposes the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court allowing certain for profit corporations to opt out of providing contraception coverage for their employees.This ruling will strengthen the opponents of the Affordable Health Care Act and further erode the rights of women to full reproductive health care.

    Rulings by the Court giving corporations the same rights as persons are undermining our democracy and advancing a political system based on money and power.

  • North Carolina Moral Freedom Summer

    Nearly 5,000 people attended the 2nd Moral Monday march in Asheville, North Carolina – Noyes provided a grant for young organizers to work throughout the state

  • Charity Hicks

    Charity Hicks, an extraordinary Detroit activist, advocate, movement weaver, passed away on July 8th. She had very serious injuries resulting from a hit and run accident near Penn Station in NYC as she waited for a bus to go to the Left Forum where she was to present on a panel.

    Charity was policy director for the East Michigan Environmental Action Council (EMEAC) and a Noyes Foundation EAT4Health Fellow. We are saddened by her passing and express our condolences to her family, friends and fellow activists.

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