Tell Them insists that lawmakers hear your voice.
We work to improve reproductive health policy in South Carolina.

This summer you will get an inside look at what some of our top advocates do, the strides they have made and how you can encourage sex education reform, cervical cancer prevention and criminal domestic violence reform in South Carolina.

We hope we can inspire you to follow in these advocates' footsteps, and we hope to inspire you to be an advocate.

What will your journey look like? >

Latest blog posts

July 20, 2015

I am Advocacy: Sara Barber

According to the U.S. Surgeon General, domestic violence is the leading cause of injuries to women age fifteen to forty-four, more common than auto accidents, mugging, and cancer combined. This is one of many staggering statistics Sara Barber is trying to lower.   Read more >

July 13, 2015

I am Advocacy: Julie Hussey

Silence does not help anyone.   Read more >

July 06, 2015

I am Advocacy: Carole Cato

“My freedom is your freedom, and your freedom is my freedom.” Imagine growing up with someone telling you what you can and can’t learn. Telling you what they want you to hear, even if it’s not the truth.  Telling you to fear someone or something that really isn’t dangerous at...   Read more >

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