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Can We Talk? What’s Your American Dream?

While a national presidential debate did not take place in the most recent election, The Women's Debate remains committed to demanding a debate on women's issues from our local and national representatives. As The Women's March earlier this year highlighted, a women's...

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Let’s Stay Focused Where it Matters: Policies

We’re committed to nonpartisanship because we want The Women’s Debate conversation to be about women’s issues—all women’s issues. And yet we often receive criticism as being partisan because we talk about women’s issues. As the political repercussions of recent news...

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Dear Secretary Clinton and Mr. Trump: Here Are Our Questions

Which policies can eliminate the barrier to equal participation–and earnings–in the economy for working women and ensure economic survival for women struggling in poverty? Which strategic policies will help women-owned businesses grow and create more jobs? What...

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What Did They Ask When They Asked About Women?

It’s been a year since the first primary debate in August of 2015, and this Thursday will mark a year since Planned Parenthood’s president Cecile Richards testified in the House’s Oversight and Government Reform hearing on taxpayer funding. In all that time, little...

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Listen to The Female Insight Zone

The Women's Debate co-founder has a great interview with Red Zone Marketing's The Female Insight Zone podcast. What you'll learn: • The major issues that affect women and girls that most candidates don’t talk about. • Whether or not a female candidate like Hillary...

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