NeW Event at UVA Tonight

April 5, 2012 | Sarah

If you are in or around the Charlottesville, Virginia area, then come to an event TONIGHT sponsored by the NeW chapter at the University of Virginia.

Kate Obenshain, UVA alumna and vice president of Young America’s Foundation, will be speaking this evening at 7:30pm at the University of Virginia. She will be speaking on “The Left’s War on Women.”  From Obenshain’s official bio:

Encouraging young people–particularly women–to become philosophically knowledgeable and active in public policy issues is a driving passion for Obenshain. She recently founded and is chairman of a public policy leadership training program for women in Virginia.

In 2006, Obenshain received the Eagle Forum’s National Homemaker of the Year Award from Phyllis Schlafly.

Obenshain has been debating and speaking on college campuses for more than 15 years, enlightening and entertaining students on topics including,”The Failures of Feminism” and “Here Comes Hillary.” Obenshain speaks across the nation on a wide variety of issues including current events, K through 12 and higher education policy issues, political correctness on campus, and the changing role of women in public policy.

If you are interested in attending this event or learning more about it, please email Sarah Davis at [email protected].

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