WREN's advocacy 101 class at Endeavor taught Upstate women about the steps it takes for a bill to become a law, and how women can advocate and voice their opinions to their representatives.

WREN's advocacy 101 class at Endeavor taught Upstate women about the steps it takes for a bill to become a law, and how women can advocate and voice their opinions to their representatives.

WREN (ADVOCACY)

WREN, the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network, is a South Carolina-based network created to build a movement to advance the health, economic well-being, and rights of South Carolina’s women, girls, and their families. WREN provides a strong, collective voice for South Carolina’s women and girls.

With WREN partners and members:

  • Advocate at the Statehouse and public agencies for policies and laws that will improve the status of women, including equal pay, workplace policies to support working parents, and access to health information and services. (See Legislative Policy Agenda)
  • Educate the public on the issues that affect women and girls and inspire action, including upcoming research on the status of women in the workforce in South Carolina and a major statewide Summit for business leaders, policymakers, and non-profit representatives.
  • Empower people and strengthening the capacity of organizations and businesses to support women and young people of all ages, races, and abilities through community conversations, training, and grassroots mobilization.
  • Build coalitions of organizations, businesses, and individuals who are committed to improving opportunities for South Carolinians.

 

 
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Emerge America is the nation's premier organization that recruits, trains and provides a powerful network

to Democratic women who want to run for office. Learn more about South Carolina's chapter here.

 

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RUN FOR SOMETHING.net

Run for Something will help recruit and support young diverse progressives to run for down-ballot races in order to build a bench for the future — the folks we support now could be possible members of the House, Senate, and maybe even President one day. We aim to lower the barriers to entry for these candidates by helping them with seed money, organization building, and access to trainings needed to be successful.