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During this presidential primary season, please visit the South Carolina Democratic Party website for state-wide schedules of presidential parties, or visit the candidates own campaign websites.

If you have a scheduled repeating event listed here, please keep your meeting details updated by either completing the event submission form or emailing us the information to socialmedia@richlandscdems.com.

Jan
18
Sat
2020
2020 Women’s March @ SC Statehouse Grounds
Jan 18 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
2020 Women's March @ SC Statehouse Grounds

Join us on Saturday the 18th as women across the country rise to protect our political power to resist the current Administration. The 2020 Women’s March will focus its platform on the intersectionality of Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice, Climate Justice, and Immigration. In the face of the 2020 election, we need you more than ever.

In the past year, the South Carolina House of Representatives and State Senate Medical Affairs Subcommittee passed bill H3020, which would make it illegal for women to access a safe abortion after six weeks. In October, State Senator Cash amended bill H3020 to include cases of rape and incest. It is time to demand the voices of South Carolina’s women be heard.

Three years of marching, training, organizing, and building power – it’s all been leading up to this. In 2020, we have a chance to finish what we started three years ago and remove Trump from office.

If you’re ready to join millions of women and allies on the streets, sign up to join our sister action on January 18, 2020.

While thousands march and put their bodies on the line in D.C., we need millions of people to rise up together in cities and towns across the country on January 18th to show that our resistance against Trump is strong in every corner of the country.

RSVP now for the #WomensMarch2020.
Jan
25
Sat
2020
Our Bodies Our Doctors-Documentary @ Nickelodeon
Jan 25 @ 11:00 am

In partnership with the National Organization of Women (NOW), we’re hosting a free screening of this powerful documentary. Our Bodies Our Doctors tells the story of a rebellion in the field of medicine as a cohort of physicians face abortion stigma within their own profession and confront religious control over health care decisions.

The mission of the National Organization for Women is to create an equal playing field for all genders and unite women across the nation to work towards a common goal.

This event is FREE.

Join us after the screening for a post-film conversation.

Screening on January 25th at 11 AM.

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