“The Vote to Save Feminism” by Ophelie Jacobson

The feminist movement reached a huge milestone on August 18, 1920, when women were finally granted the right to vote under the 19th Amendment. One hundred years later, feminism is being radicalized by modern culture. This election cycle, conservative women have the potential to save true feminism by exercising our right to vote. The original […]

Women’s Organization Gives Conservative Women a Voice Around Upcoming Election

CONTACT: Kathryn Alford, Communications Manager Kathryn@enlightenedwomen.org 571-310-5388 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 29, 2020 WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION GIVES CONSERVATIVE WOMEN A VOICE AROUND UPCOMING ELECTION WASHINGTON, DC — “A lot of women vote the way their husbands vote; they don’t believe enough in their own thoughts.” – Barbara Streisand “Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice.” – First […]

Celebrating 100 Years of Women Voting – What We Can Learn From Them by Hannah Lyon

100 years ago, the 19th Amendment was ratified, forever changing our country. Women, who’s voices had never truly been heard before, suddenly had a say in our country’s future. The constituency of voters in the United States grew exponentially. Politicians would now have to consider the female perspective on the issues they were voting for, […]

Celebrating 100 Years of Women Voting – Women Who Shattered The Glass Ceiling

To celebrate the passage of the 19th Amendment and women’s suffrage this week, here at NeW we’re celebrating 10 women who shattered the “glass ceiling.” Check out how these incredible women impacted American history. Sandra Day O’Connor was the first woman to sit on the Supreme Court, nominated by Ronald Reagan. She is famously quoted […]

Conservative women vote too by Michaela Hebbeler

This op-ed was originally published on NorthJersey.com on November 15, 2019. Election Day was always a big day in my house, and I loved going to the polls with my mom. One year while we were standing in the polling booth, I looked up at my mom and asked, “do the police come and arrest […]