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Take Action to Protect Voting Rights in MO!

Two bills heard by the Missouri House Elections Committee last week have now passed out of committee and are slated to be heard by the House Rules & Administrative Oversight Committee Monday, Jan. 30, 2023 at 12:30 p.m. Find links to talking points and to submit testimony *due by 11:30 a.m., Mon., Jan. 30* here.

Secretary of State Offers Free ID to Vote

Do you need a free ID to vote? The MO Secretary of State will provide one for free. Visit GoVoteMissouri.com to begin the process. If you already have the necessary underlying documents, bring them with you to the DMV and say “I am here for my free ID to vote.”

Read more about the changes to voting in MO on the HB 1878 Fact Sheet here.

Stop the Spread of Misinformation on Social Media

There’s a flood of real, misleading and fake breaking news and information on social media. Proceed with caution.

Acting on Our Mission

December Program Focuses on Gun Violence Related Trauma

Speakers at the December Women's Voices program discussed trauma stemming from gun violence. Read the summary and link to the recorded program here.

Lunch & Learn with St. Louis Post-Dispatch executive editor, Alan Achkar

St. Louis Post-Dispatch executive editor, Alan Achkar provided insight into what's happening at the paper and how the internet has changed news media. Read the summary and link to the recorded program here.

Women’s Voices Co-Sponsors Successful Affordable Housing Conference – Welcome Home: How Thoughtful Housing Policy Promotes Thriving Communities

Women’s Voices Raised for Social Justice, Washington University Brown School Center for Social Development and Alliance for Interracial Dignity hosted a presentation and discussion of inspiring and evidence-based ideas in housing. The team challenged common myths regarding affordable housing, providing data to counter popular misconceptions, and provided policy ideas to support housing options for all. Read more here.

Read our Emails

Read our January Women's Voices newsletter, Loud & Clear
Read our November 17 Keeping Connected Email
Read our Keeping Connected: Election Edition - November 4 Email

Read our November Women's Voices newsletter, Loud & Clear
Read October 25 Women's Voices Statements on Antisemitism Response to Recent Mass Shootings

Up Next

Racism and Reparative Justice: Acknowledging Our Past, Reshaping Our Future

Thursday, February 9, 7 p.m.
The Center of Clayton (50 Gay Ave., 63105)
Read more and register here.

Conversation with author Vivian Gibson, author of The Last Children of Mill Creek

Wednesday., February 15, noon
Kirkwood Public Library (140 E. Jefferson, 63122)
Read more and register here.

Community Programs

Why Missouri Workers need a #CleanSlate

Thursday, January 26, 6:30-8 p.m.
Empower MO Virtual Town Hall
Read more and register here.

The Little Rock Nine

Wednesday, February 1, 11a.m.-noon
SLCL Virtual Program
Read more and register here.

Advocacy 101 Training

Friday, February 3, noon-1 p.m.
Virtual Event with Empower MO
Read more and register here.

Raise the Age

Friday, February 10, noon-1 p.m.
Empower MO Free Friday Forum
Read more and register here.

Legislative Retreat

Saturday, February 11, 9-11 a.m.
AAUW MO Virtual Event
Read more here.

Afghan Refugees and their Resettlement in St. Louis: Focus on Education of Women

Sunday, February 14, 10:45 a.m.
Ethical Society (9001 Clayton Rd., 63117)
International Relations Lecture Series
Read more here.