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|Date & Time||Place||Description|
|Sunday, August 26, 2018
68 Calhoun St
Charleston SC 29401
|Women's Equality Day.
Post and Courier journalist Brian Hicks will join us to talk about some of the figures from his upcoming book, "In Darkest South Carolina," who fought to give women a political voice in Charleston, and the nation, both before and after the 19th Amendment was adopted.
Then Barbara Fry will give us a clear understanding of the significant impact the Equal Rights Amendment could have in the lives of women today, why women are incredibly vulnerable without it, and how you can add your voice to the cause.
A panel discussion will follow. RSVP here.
|Friday, September 7, 2018
|The Cistern Yard/Randolph Hall
College of Charleston
|Yes! I'm a Feminist.
Kick off the Year of Women at the College of Charleston by celebrating feminism and the Women's and Gender Studies Program while also supporting the Alison Piepmeier Scholarship at the 6th annual Yes! I'm A Feminist Party. Members of the College of Charleston Women's and Gender Studies Advisory Board invite you to join them as hosts or sponsors by making a gift of $100 or more to the Women's and Gender Studies Program.
Free and open to the public but please Register to attend: At registration, you may also choose to donate to a scholarship..
|Saturday, September 8, 2018
|Charleston County Public Library
Charleston, SC 29401
|Black Ink: 3rd annual Charleston African American Book Festival.|
|Thursday, September 20, 2018
|Burke High Auditorium
244 President St
Charleston, SC 29403
|Lecture by Jeffery Robinson.
Nationally recognized leader on criminal justice and racial justice, Jeffrey Robinson, Deputy Legal Director and Director of the ACLU Trone Center for Justice and Equality, will speak in Charleston September 20 at 6pm. The evening is open to the community free of charge.
He will be hosted by the League of Women Voters of the Charleston Area with the help of the ACLU of South Carolina, the College of Charleston, and the Charleston Branch of the NAACP.