Advocate Stories, News

What the World Cup Reminds Us About Pay Equality

by Ashley Lidow on Jul 15, 2019

Whether you were glued to the TV screaming GOOOAAALLLLLLL or just heard the news about the women’s soccer team, we can all agree that Sunday was a great day for sports in the United States. The US Women’s National Soccer Team won the World Cup, securing their fourth world championship and breaking their own record

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Now Hiring: Lowcountry Manager

by WREN on Jun 19, 2019

We are no longer accepting applications for this position. Overview of Position The Lowcountry Manager is a new position with the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network (WREN), a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that is building a movement to advance the health, economic well-being, and rights of women, girls, and their families in South Carolina. WREN’s headquarters

Economic Opportunity, Health and Education, Policy Updates

WREN’s 2019 Legislative Session Update

by WREN Staff on Jun 4, 2019

The legislature adjourned the 1st regular session of the 123rd South Carolina General Assembly in May. While many of the state’s priorities for the year are left unfinished, WREN made progress in advancing issues affecting women, girls, and families, and successfully stopped a 6-week abortion ban for this year. The two-year session of the SC

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Two New Internships: Deadline to Apply May 17th

by Megan Plassmeyer on May 3, 2019

It’s internship time! See below to learn more about two new opportunities to work with WREN. Position: Intern, Communications and Learning Team Type: Part-Time Compensation: $11/hour Application: Please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@scwren.org by Friday, May 17, 2019. Description: The Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network (WREN) is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization whose

Health and Education, Policy Updates

WREN Statement in Opposition to H.3020

by Ann Warner on Apr 2, 2019

Today I ask Constitutional Laws Subcommittee members to vote in opposition to H.3020, which would ban abortion as early as 6 weeks, regardless of a woman’s needs or circumstances. The women of our state have the intellectual and moral capabilities to make the right decisions about pregnancy and parenting. Government interference in these deeply personal

Advocate Stories, Policy Updates

Support and Prioritize H.3615 Act to Establish Pay Equity

by Megan Plassmeyer on Feb 25, 2019

We’re running out of time to get H.3615, the Act to Establish Pay Equity, heard by members of the General and Family Laws subcommittee of House Judiciary.  Help us mobilize this bill by writing a letter today! Here are letter templates you utilize. First, join us in asking Rep. Peter McCoy, chair of the House Judiciary

Advocate Stories

Share Your Story.

by Sarah Nichols on Feb 12, 2019

To all of our dear advocates and supporters out there: This isn’t the first time we’ve told you this, and it certainly won’t be the last, but your voice matters. And so do your stories. Research has proven time and again that personalized messaging to lawmakers is the most effective form of advocacy. When your