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Category Archive: 'News'
The Supreme Court handed down its decision for Bostock v Clayton County GA, ruling that under Title XII, an employer cannot fire an individual on the basis of sexual orientation. This decision is dividing among conservatives, between those who believe this to prevent workplace discrimination, and those who believe this is an overreach of the court and could lead to exploiting employers.
The Left’s cancel culture defied its own boundaries by attacking one of their own, author of the Harry Potter Series, J.K. Rowling, for her pro-women comments just this week.
On June 5, we hosted speaker Catherine Rodriguez, a Washington, D.C. Recruiter to share tips on navigating the job market and applying for internship opportunities, particularly during COVID, and what to expect in the interview process.
Meet our 2020 Summer Fellowship class!
On May 29, the Center for Conservative Women hosted speaker Kimberly Martin Begg to share her do’s and dont’s of workplace professionalism.
Although this Mother’s Day may be tougher than usual to visit, remember that mom is just one phone call away – and there’s no call quite like hers.
In a nation of free people, the decision to go out or stay home should be left to individuals.
Happy Passover and Happy Easter!
On February 28, we invited guest speaker, Amber Athey, to join us at our annual CPAC Women’s Luncheon for conservative high school and college women and share her ten tips for professional excellence. Only 25 years of age, Amber has excelled in the field of journalism and has become a public voice for conservatism.
On February 28, the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women invited guest speaker, Amber Athey of the Spectator, to join the Center’s annual CPAC Women’s Luncheon. With 35 students in attendance and over 20 colleges and universities represented, Amber’s message and advice will surely be widely shared among peers.
Amanda Collins-Johnson spoke to students at Kennesaw State University on January 29 to defend Georgia’s 2017 House Bill 280 that allows campus carry.
Senator Ted Cruz explained the political tactics of the Trump impeachment process by House Democrats on Tuesday, December 17 at a cosponsored event by the Center for Conservative Women and the Heritage Foundation.
Secretary DeVos’ honest approach to fixing the student debt crisis, one of the many failings of our government education system, were mocked by Democrats when she appeared before Congress on December 12.