Greater Atlanta Democratic Women, is an official Democratic Women’s organization serving the greater Atlanta area. Voters who live in Fulton County and any of the bordering counties of Fulton are eligible for membership. GADW was organized by long-time Democrat Mindy Boggs, who currently serves as the first Chapter President. On August 26, 2019 GADW was chartered by the Georgia Federation of Democratic Women(GFDW) and has since grown to become one of the largest, and most active Federation chapters in the state. The 501 c 4 organization’s by-laws are approved by the State Federation which is under the National Federation of Democratic Women. Since the state and national Federation organizations are chartered by our national Democratic Party, there are permanent seats on both the state & national Democratic Committees reserved for the leadership of these organizations- which assures these coveted designated voting seats will always be occupied by WOMEN.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we are meeting virtually until further notice, generally on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. However, since we face an intense election season, we anticipate hosting and sharing many events - please check the website and/or Facebook page frequently! All members will also receive periodic email updates.
Personal Accountability for Racism: An Intergenerational Conversation Among White Women
featuring a roundtable discussion, the launch of the 21day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge, and an announcement of the Ending Racism Series for Forum.
Click HERE to register
State Senator Nikema Williams hosted a legislative update
See the video HERE
Featuring documentaries Suppressed and Americans - Over 1,300 views!
See the video HERE.
All 5 democratic primary candidates for the Senate presented their top priorities and strategies to make them happen.
See the video HERE.
Author Pat Mitchell gave readings and signed copies of her book at our winter fundraiser.
A celebration of the season
First meeting will be July 1 at 7pm
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Friday marks Juneteenth - the day we celebrate the end of slavery in the United States. What does this celebration mean in this moment, when we are facing some of the greatest challenges in our nation’s history?
Join us for an important conversation with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Valerie Jarrett, the longtime senior adviser to President Barack Obama.
RSVP link HERE
Women for Biden training on White Fragility with Robin Diangelo
To see recording - click HERE