“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 […]

NeW Announces Winner of 2020 Essay Contest: Brooke Barham

NeW is excited to announce the winner of the High School Category of the 2020 NeW Essay Contest is Brooke Barham, a student at the Academy of Arts, Careers, and Technology. Congratulations, Brooke! To read Brooke’s essay that was published by the Washington Examiner, co-sponsor of the 2020 contest, click here. How did you hear […]

Women Reflect On How the 19th Amendment Has Impacted America

CONTACT: Kathryn Alford, Communications Manager [email protected]n.org 571-310-5388 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 26, 2020 WOMEN REFLECT ON HOW THE 19TH AMENDMENT HAS IMPACTED AMERICA WASHINGTON, DC — Today marks the 100th Anniversary of the certification of the 19th Amendment and women winning the right to vote in America. Leading up to this moment, trailblazers of the […]

“Biden should pick the best person for the job — not the best woman” by Karin Lips

This piece was originally published by The Hill on August 3, 2020. Women achieve equality in life and in politics when they succeed based on merit, not because a man decides that a woman should have the job. Last week, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden announced his agenda for women, which includes a renewed commitment to select a […]

“Much of America reeling not from pandemic but crazy ‘infodemic’” by Jamie LeVie

This piece was originally published in the Waco Tribune-Herald on May 23, 2020. COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, has propelled the nation into a state of panic. When the outbreak first occurred, the narrative perpetuated by the media assumed apocalyptic levels. From food and toilet-paper shortages caused by people raiding stores for supplies […]