Today marks the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination. While the country looks back on his the key events of his administration (Cuban Missile Crisis, desegregating Ole Miss, encouraging the space program, etc), we want to highlight his support for …Read More After the Jump
We stand together, a unified voice of reason, in support of age appropriate reproductive health education and access to reproductive health counseling and services for all South Carolinians.
The following blog was written in response to the #TellMeSC campaign where we asked South Carolinians what they wanted us to know about their sex ed experience. I don’t remember receiving sex education in high school… I opted for business …Read More After the Jump
By Brigitte Shumpert Saying the word “sex” out loud and talking about it is very awkward as a girl in middle school. At my middle school, Fulmer Middle in Lexington District 2, we had health for a quarter of each …Read More After the Jump
By: Georgina Dukes On October 29, 2013, I had the opportunity as a Tell Them Ambassador to sit in on the Charleston County Health Advisory Committee meeting for the approval of Making Proud Choices! The committee was composed of two students …Read More After the Jump
Earlier this week Cornelia T. L. “Nina” Pillard became the third female nominee to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, the second-highest court in the United States, to receive a knock-out punch from the Senate Judiciary Committee …Read More After the Jump