25th Anniversary Flashback: Teresa Scanlon, Miss America 2011
Category Archive: 'News'
A convention of 100 students and only 5 girls! It was a different time for women in the conservative movement, but the experience would inspire my life and my work.
For a generation of students already dangerously inclined toward isolation, shuttered schools are a disaster across the board. The pandemic-induced closures, however, present particular difficulties for young women.
Beneath the crisis of COVID-19, a quiet killer is still preying. Domestic violence rates have sky-rocketed since the shutdown and the mandatory quarantines and victims are forced to lock down with their abuser with little escape and hardly any access to resources.
In our webinar, Amber Athey unveils the unintended consequences of the #DefundthePolice movement, the irony of Black Lives Matter’s demands, and how the Movement seemed to grow overnight. Here are her four key takeaways!
Branding yourself as a young conservative woman is not as hard as you may think. Whether your goal is to grow your platform to gain credibility for a future political career, or to inform your current audience of different policy issues, there are many ways to be influential online.
College campuses have become one of the primary places where young women come face-to-face with the reality of sexual assault. But with the option to carry a firearm, we hope to see the one-in-five statistic fall to none.
Women have consistently been at the front lines of the Zionist movement. There are so many powerful, inspiring Zionist women who deserve to be welcomed into a movement that supposedly strives to amplify the voices of strong women.
On Monday, June 29, the Supreme Court handed down its decision for June Medical Services v. Russo, striking down a Louisiana law that requires abortionists to have admitting privileges to a hospital within 30 miles of where the abortion takes place.
In our June 14 webinar, “Crown Thy Good: The Hope of America’s Founding in the Face of Tumult,” guest speaker Kate Obenshain discusses the difficult topic of race in America, specifically focusing on the New York Times Magazine’s “The 1619 Project.”