Category: Leadership and Civic Engagement

Freedom from Violence, Leadership and Civic Engagement, Special Events

Gilda, We’ve Got Your Back

by WREN Staff on Jul 25, 2017

This past legislative session, Representative Gilda Cobb-Hunter was met with unwanted physical contact from a fellow legislator when there was a disagreement over a bill.  We cannot accept a culture where a woman who speaks up is treated this way. Join WREN and SCCADVASA on Thursday, July 27, 5:30-7:30pm at Spotted Salamander as we write

Leadership and Civic Engagement, Policy Updates

Do You Know How Your Elected Officials Vote?

by WREN Staff on Jul 6, 2017

Do you know that you can access your South Carolina legislators’ voting records by visiting the South Carolina Legislature website?  Accessing this information is the first step in holding lawmakers accountable to the needs of women, girls, and families in our state. There are two ways to look up votes on the Statehouse website. The first

Leadership and Civic Engagement

Keep Paying Attention

by Ann Warner on Jan 20, 2017

Today is a day of momentous change for our country. In Washington DC and in cities around the world, including South Carolina, hundreds of thousands of people will be showing up to celebrate or to protest, to express their high expectations of their elected representatives. The Women’s March on Washington and sister marches around the

Leadership and Civic Engagement

What Comes After the 2016 Election?

by Ann Warner on Nov 15, 2016

More than any presidential election in history, the 2016 election shone a light on the unfinished agenda of achieving equality between women and men. This campaign brought gender issues to the forefront in multiple ways, shapes, and forms. First and foremost, the American people elected the first female nominee of a major party, a hugely