Gender Justice, Health and Education

Protect Truth in Education in South Carolina 

by Ashley Crary Lidow, MPH on Jan 31, 2022

WREN is joining our partners at the ACLU to protect truth in education. WREN supports educators’ and students’ rights to talk about race, sex, and gender in schools. All students deserve educational materials and information that accurately describes our history, including the history of underrepresented and marginalized people.  South Carolinian legislators have filed several bills that could

Advocate Stories, Health and Education

Speak Out Against S.907 and S.988

by WREN Staff on Jan 25, 2022

We won’t let anti-choice legislators silence our voices! Anti-choice legislators made it difficult for people to testify at the January 26th subcommittee hearing for S.988 and S.907, in which they rushed both bills forward. We think that you deserve to be heard, and that’s why we’re launching the #StopTheBanSC Social Media Speakout. Here’s what we

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Now Hiring: Digital Communications Intern

Jan 14, 2022

Type: Part-Time, Temporary Hours: Up to 10- hours per week, starting in February 2022 through May 2022 Compensation: $12 per hour Application Instructions: Please submit a cover letter and resume or a video describing your interest in the position/qualifications to jobs@scwren.org by Friday, January 28, 2022 with “Digital Communications Intern” in the subject line. If

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Now Hiring: Policy and Programs Assistant

by WREN Staff on Jan 14, 2022

Type: Part-Time, Temporary Hours: Up to 15-hours per week, starting in February 2022 through June 2022. Compensation: The pay range is $12-$14 per hour, based on experience and qualifications. Application Instructions: Please submit a cover letter and resume or a video describing your interest in the position/qualifications to jobs@scwren.org by Friday, January 28, 2022 with

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WREN Anti-Racist Working Group Update 

by WREN Board and Staff on Jan 11, 2022

In the Fall of 2021, we asked you, our network, to complete a survey about your experiences with WREN and our work to build an inclusive movement to advance the health, economic well-being, and rights of South Carolina’s women, girls, gender expansive people, and their families. Thank you to all of you who submitted responses