South Carolina Senator Mia McLeod and South Carolina Representative Jenny Horne share their perspectives on legislative redistricting as incumbent candidates whose districts were redrawn following the 2010 Census and how you can advocate for fairness and transparency as the district maps are drawn based on the final 2020 census numbers expected to be released in mid-August of this year.
WIL Listen is the podcast of South Carolina Women in Leadership. Each month we will bring you a new episode that speaks to informing, inspiring, and involving talented women with diverse and inclusive perspectives to step into leadership roles at every level.
Hear from Mrs. Brenda C. Murphy, the first female president of the SC NAACP, about how redistricting has historically impacted Black communities.
What is redistricting and how does it impact our daily lives? In the interview, find out why the 2020 Census matters, how it informs redistricting, and why we as the public should be involved in the process of drawing our legislative districts.
In the second episode of the WIL Listen podcast, Anne Miller interviews author Jenna Arnold about her book Raising Our Hands: How White Women Can Stop Avoiding Hard Conversations, Start Accepting Responsibility, and Find Our Place on the New Front Lines.
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