Last week we celebrated International Women’s Day.
As conservatives, we believe all should have the same freedom and opportunities regardless of race, religion, gender, etc.
With March designated as Women’s History month, it is important that we celebrate the contributions that women make to our society.
A majority of women are now responsible for household finances and health care decisions and women-owned businesses employ more than 8.4 million workers. So it is essential then to understand how key conservative federal policies such as taxes, education and health care affect women and their families.
For that reason, we hosted an event Thursday with four congresswomen titled “Empowering Women Through Conservative Policy”.
They joined us to discuss a more dynamic way to understand women’s issues and the intersection of public policy, free enterprise, and family life.
Watch the event below:
What do you believe is the biggest challenge to gender inequality?