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WREN Testimony in Opposition to S. 988

by Ann Warner, WREN CEO on Jan 26, 2022

The following testimony was presented to the Senate Medical Affairs Subcommittee in writing on January 26, 2022. Thank you for the opportunity to submit written testimony to this Committee. My name is Ann Warner and I am the CEO of the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network (WREN), a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization with a mission to

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What is Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization?

by Ashley Crary Lidow & Maya Ward on Dec 8, 2021

Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is the most consequential abortion rights case in generations. In Dobbs, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider a Mississippi abortion ban that directly challenges Roe v. Wade.  Historical Overview:  Roe v. Wade: Landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision that affirmed the constitutional right to abortion before fetal viability.  To be

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#SaveChildcare

by WREN Staff on Dec 9, 2020

Wednesday, December 9th is a national day of action to #SaveChildcare. Childcare workers are the workforce behind the workforce. View the video below to learn from parents and providers how COVID-19 has impacted their work. You can take action on social media to tell our legislators that we must #SaveChildcare. Click here for a toolkit to

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Voting: What You Need To Know

by Chloe Holowczenko, WREN Policy and Programs Assistant on Sep 30, 2020

Voting: The one thing on everyone’s minds and coming up awfully quick. In 33 days, on November 3rd, Americans will cast their vote under unprecedented conditions. In the midst of a deadly pandemic, with unpredictable or non-existent childcare, and while juggling work, school, and personal responsibilities, we must take action to maintain our democracy and

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WREN Statement on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

by WREN Staff on Sep 19, 2020

The Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network joins our community in mourning the loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Justice Ginsburg’s influence on this country cannot be overstated. During her decades-long tenure on the Supreme Court and as a litigator for the ACLU, she reshaped the legal landscape of our country to protect women

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Columbia City of Women to Honor New Class of Leaders

by WREN Staff on Mar 5, 2020

Join us on International Women’s Day as we reveal eight new women as the 2020 class of Columbia City of Women honorees. On March 31, 2019, Former First Lady of South Carolina Rachel Hodges, WREN, and Historic Columbia introduced Columbia City of Women, a very special initiative to put women in their (rightful) place —

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Meet Kayla

by WREN Staff on Feb 21, 2020

  Our nest is getting bigger! Meet WREN’s newest staff member and Network Engagement Manager, Kayla Mallet. 1. Where are you from?  The Mighty Metropolis of Manning, South Carolina – Clarendon County. 2. What did you do before coming to WREN? Prior to joining this team, I coordinated a statewide panel of citizens who were