Two dates available
Weds., Nov. 29, 5:30-8 p.m.
Tues., Dec. 5, noon-2:30 p.m.
Central Reform Congregation (5020 Waterman, 63108)
Read more and register here.
Weds., Dec. 6, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Location to be determined
Read more here.
To respond to the growing dangers of deceptive information, Women’s Voices is calling on you to educate your community about countering disinformation and we have created the tools to help you do that: greeting cards to distribute to family, friends, and neighbors.
Read more and request cards here.
The Women’s Voices Criminal Legal System Reform Task Force is working to improve pretrial detention. Part of this effort involves observing bail hearings. Observers are needed to assist with this effort and can volunteer with CourtWatch, a collaborative extension of ongoing court monitoring efforts in St. Louis City's 22nd Judicial Court.
Read more here.
There’s a flood of real, misleading and fake breaking news and information on social media. Proceed with caution.
On September 12, Women's Voices returned to in-person only meetings with the first program of of the 2023-2024 program series. Galen Gritts, registered member of Cherokee Nation shared stories of his life as a Native American growing up in St. Louis. Read more and link to the recorded program here.
At the September 28 Lunch & Learn Sandra Padgett and Jacqueline Hutchinson discussed their work with the Consumers Council of MO to level the playing field for Missouri consumers. Read more and link to the recorded program here.
Women’s Voices hosted over 50 members and supporters at our September 27 Welcome Neighbor Supper. This gathering provided an opportunity for members of the WV community to meet, get to know each other and invite those “not yet members” to join us. Additionally, it provided support to refugee families recently settled in St. Louis who prepared a delicious meal of traditional food from their countries of origin. Read more and link to photos from the event here.
Women’s Voices has joined the statewide “Right to Read” coalition, which supports Missouri’s libraries to remain an open, accessible resource for books and other materials available free of charge to the public. Read more and link to sign on here.