The University of South Florida recently announced a proposal to close their undergraduate teachers college. Their reasons … Read More about Will Florida have Enough Teachers?
The proclamation highlights many areas of disparity between communities of color and white communities that lead to negative … Read More about Manatee County Commission Passes Proclamation Declaring Racism as a Public Health Crisis
On Nov 16, the Florida League filed an amicus brief along with the League of Women Voters of the U.S., the League of Women … Read More about Defending Democracy – The Census
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Widespread calls to conduct the 2020 elections by mail, to protect voters from COVID-19 exposure, are being met with charges … Read More about Let’s put the vote-by-mail ‘fraud’ myth to rest
Committee work is one of the most interesting and rewarding experiences many of us have as League members. Some committees … Read More about Committees
The League of Women Voters of the United States was organized in February 14, 1920 by Carrie Chapman Catt shortly before the … Read More about History