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Chapter Spotlight: University of Iowa

September 27, 2013 | Alyssa Condrey

The Daily Iowan recently featured a story on the NeW chapter starting at the University of Iowa, Conservative women’s book club developing on campus. Chapter Founder Mary Kate Knorr said,

“The whole point of [Network of enlightened Women] is to create a dialogue about how conservative women go out into the world while maintaining the conservative thoughts and lifestyles they want.”

For the same article, the President of the UI Democrats said,

“While this conservative group does not sound like a group I would join, I support women organizing around a cause they care about.”

NeW has started a conversation about feminism and conservatism on college campuses.  Interested in learning more?  Watch this video describing the NeW movement.

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