Category: Member Event

Learn about the upcoming General Assembly session

LWV-VA Women’s Legislative Pre-Session Wednesday, December 2Virtual & FREE in 2020 Every year in December, the League of Women Voters of Virginia sponsors a Pre-Session Women’s Legislative Roundtable before the next Virginia General Assembly Session. Directors and policy and advocacy experts from many nonprofit organizations speak about their priority issues and legislation, and give their predictions…

The Untold Story of Women of Color in the League of Women Voters

Join us online!Thursday, October 15 4:30pm Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkinsthe 15th President of LWV-US from 1998 to 2002 Please register in advance for this meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtd-6gqTsvHtUHk3v4b4TorOaojEpF8_3U After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. She will speak to us live from her home to your homes via Zoom.Her latest book is The…

LWV-VA Pre-Session Women’s Legislative Roundtable

Prepare for the 2020 General Assembly Session Get Your Tickets Here Please join us at the LWV-VA Pre-Session on December 4 to prepare for advocacy and action in the 2020 General Assembly Session and network with Virginia advocacy groups! This is your opportunity to hear about our legislative priorities and those of our many partners…

Chris Piper to speak at the annual meeting today!

LWV-Williamsburg Area Fall Reception is today, September 19 at 4:30 p.m. at Legacy Hall in New Town. Speaker: Chris Piper, Virginia Department of Elections Commissioner. Hear the latest on election integrity in Virginia. Our program BEGINS promptly at 4:30 p.m., so please arrive a bit early. Wine & Cheese Reception will follow. No cost. New…

Area Leaguers Attend Opening of TENACITY Exhibit at Jamestown Settlement

by Mary Ann Moxon, Publicity/Outreach member Members of the Williamsburg Area LWV visited “TENACITY: Women in Jamestown and Early Virginia” exhibit on opening day November 10 at Jamestown Settlement. Women’s roles in early Virginia were rarely recorded. Historians have gathered facts about a few of the women who are the subjects of this yearlong exhibit….

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