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  • During the FDW Feb 16, 2019, monthly meeting, Mr. Edward Ahmed Mitchell, a civil rights attorney who serves as Executive Director of the Georgia Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) addressed the group on American Muslims’ faith, customs, and beliefs. Mr. Mitchell shared......

  • During the regular meeting on Saturday, March 17, 2018, FDW enjoyed two powerful speakers addressing the topic “Sheroes Among Us: Fayette Women History Makers”.  Guest speakers were Fayette residents Dr. Portia Shields and Ms. Delores Epps.   In 1996 Dr. Portia Shields became the first......

  • Over 50 Fayette Democratic Women and their guests attended the December 7th Annual Retreat that was held at the Historic Courthouse on the Square in Downtown Fayetteville! The retreat’s theme was “Women Will Stand Up, Speak Up, Show Up – The Urgency of Now: Our......

  • FDW continued to build networks with its Sip and Say – A Speakeasy for Women. The FDW’s Political Action Committee held a Sip and Say on June 22, 2018, and approximately 25 women gathered to meet like-minded women to plan strategies for making a difference.  The......

  • A Voter Education Forum to Ensure Every Vote Counts… Read More When: September 5, 2019 Time: 5:00pm to 8:30pm...

  • Fayette County’s Draft Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) Available for Review and Comment The draft CTP is available for public review and comment from August 27 through September 23, 2019. Comments should be submitted in writing to publicworks@fayettecountyga.gov. The document is available for review and download at......

  • International leader, Dr. Adrienne Johnson wowed the FDW on how to unleash your power. She focused on how to develop leaders who leave a mark on people, organizations and the world. Dr. Johnson is described by her clients as a pragmatic strategist, innovative problem solver,......

  • FDW held its November meeting on Saturday the 16th, 1:00-3:00 pm at the Heritage Bank at 440 N Jeff Davis Ave. in Fayetteville. The topic for the meeting was “Why the “Count” Matters: The 2020 Census and how it Impacts Us”. Mr. Antonio Valadez, a......

  • FDW’s Political Action Committee (PAC) hosted its first “Sip and Say: A Speakeasy for Women” on Friday, March 23, 2018. The evening featured wine and hors d’oeuvres, dimmed lighting, soft jazz and chocolate. Twenty women watched a 12-minute TED Talk entitled, “How to Have Better Political......

  • Fayette Democratic Women executed on part of their 2020 plan and pledge to engage our community to ensure that as we ‘get out the vote’ every vote will count.  With the introduction of new voting systems, we knew that we had a responsibility to extend......