Keeping Connected
March 30, 2021
Missouri Voting Rights Lobby Day
Wednesday, March 31, 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Join Women’s Voices Raised for Social Justice to tell Missouri lawmakers we'll not stand for unconstitutional photo ID requirements that disproportionately burden our state's Black and Brown voters, seniors, voters with disabilities, gender non-conforming voters and other marginalized voters.
The Missouri Voter Protection Coalition is holding an in-person rally and lobby day, TOMORROW, Wednesday, March 31, beginning at 10:30 a.m. If you cannot attend in-person, you can participate virtually. Sign up here to tell MO Lawmakers No voter suppression in MO.
Watch Live at the Missouri Capitol Rotunda
MOVPC’s Voting Rights Mid-Session report has details on all the bills being considered.
Keep up to date on bills moving through the Missouri Legislature with MOVPC’s Missouri Voting Rights Bill Tracker
Rally to the Ballot Box
Thursday, April 1, 7-8 p.m.

Help us create a new narrative in St. Louis by creating a culture of voting. Don’t let other people make decisions for you—vote YOUR choice by making your voice heard at the ballot box! Join us on April 1 & vote on April 6!
Election Protection
Help Protect the Right to Vote! Election Protection volunteers needed for upcoming April 6 municipal elections. Roles include sign placement, roving monitors and legal support. Sign up to volunteer here and plan to attend the virtual training:

Missouri Election Protection Training:
Saturday, April 3, 2021
10 a.m. - Register here.
Know Your Voting Rights 
The Missouri Voter Protection has outlined what every Missouri voter needs to know. Find answers to commonly asked questions here.
Membership Info
Even if you can’t come to meetings or become personally involved, your membership is important…and greatly appreciated.

Benefits of Membership
When you join Women’s Voices you:
  • Make our voice stronger when we advocate with elected officials.
  • Provide support to the organization by adding your name to our advocacy efforts.
  • Provide ideas and suggestions to help determine how to define our positions and choose our causes.
  • Are eligible to vote on important decisions such as Women’s Voices taking a position on a social justice issue or supporting/opposing a ballot measure.
  • Participate in advocacy activities in any way that you want or is possible for you.
  • Can take pride in your affiliation with a strong, progressive group of women working for social justice.
  • Help cover our administrative and outreach costs through your dues.
Annual Dues:

$40 (Regular Membership)
$75 (Silver Level)
$100 (Gold Level)
$10 (Student Membership)
Send a check (payable to Women's Voices) to: 
Women's Voices
7401 Delmar Blvd. 
University City, MO 63130