Monthly Archives: February 2016

“Women in Politics: Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Opportunities” Lecture Program (March 23, 1990)

As part of the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association’s (SEWSA) series of events for 1990, author and scholar Ellen Goodman spoke at Roanoke College in Virginia. The topics discussed by Goodman included: public affairs and women’s representation in American politics.   … Continue reading

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Taking Advantage of the Opportunity Cost of Equality: The Alliance for Women and The South Carolina Commission on Women Article (October, 2006)

Published in the October 2006 issue of Business Monthly Columbia, this article focuses on the work of the then South Carolina Commission on Women. The article talks about the advocacy and policy work of the commission and explains how both … Continue reading

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S.C. Advocates for Women on Boards and Commissions Pamphlet (August 1997)

Chaired by Barbara Moxon the S.C. Advocates for Women on Boards and Commissions focused on addressing the disparity between women and men in the workplace, particularly in high profile positions. Focusing on the issue from a non-partisan standpoint, the S.C. … Continue reading

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