We provide a platform of information for women of diverse views to come together and promote the values and rights that promote inclusivity, fairness and safety in our communities.

WISE Huddles

We vow to turn our collective energy into action to advocate indivisibly on a range of issues particularly at the local level. We have a clear mission statement and 12 issues-based minihuddles that act on our priorities at many levels.

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In the News

Year of the Woman: Record 50 plus file for 2018 candidacy in Anne Arundel

WISE is quoted in today’s Capital Gazette about the record 50 plus women who filed for candidacy in 2018. The article notes WISE’s 2018 Year of the Women kick off event held on Jan. 15, 2018. WISE invited ALL women candidates to attend the meeting and provided an opportunity to introduce themselves and mingle with those in attendance after a presentation of NGO’s discussing the legislative priorities WISE is supporting for 2018.

The Women’s March Returns to New York City – The New Yorker

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/the-womens-march-returns-to-new-york-city The Women’s March Returns to New York City By Amanda Petrusich January 20, 2018 For organizers of the first Women’s March on Washington, which took place on January 21, 2017, the day after Donald Trump’s Inauguration, harnessing the burst of acute…


You Say You Want a Revolution? Can’t Tell Md. Players Without a Scorecard By Bob Guldin There’s a new political movement in Maryland. Some might call it a resistance. It’s a loose coalition of progressive and left-leaning groups, from all…

Daily call to Action: March for our lives TODAY!

Your can march in DC or Annapolis or 1 of 100s of other locations worldwide, but please march TODAY! https://marchforourlives.com On March 24, the kids and families of March For Our Lives will take to the streets of Washington DC to demand…

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Today’s Daily Call to Action: Can you believe that Senator Simonaire of Anne Arundel County is putting SO much energy into defeating a bill that protects children?!

On Thursday, March 22, the Youth Mental Health Protection Act was on the Senate Floor for a vote after much delay in the Committee, and now there is more delay. The reason for the delay in the committee and on…

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Today’s Daily Action – Speak up for trees and clean air today.

It is that time where there are so many important bills – we NEED you to speak up and it may be a few calls but we know you agree that trees and clean air are SO worth 2 minutes…

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