Religious Liberty


Letters to the Church – Number Two

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Dear Church, As you well know, humanity has a sin problem. We all do. This is the nature and essence of all the issues we face as a Church and…

Letters to the Church – Number One

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Dear Church, We are at war. Everyone paying attention knows it. Some may be uncertain of the battle lines, and even of their position in relation to them, but they…

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International Community Condemns China’s Violations of Uyghur Human Rights

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By Jaelyn Morgan, Intern for the Department of International Affairs, Concerned Women for America In the face of China’s gross violations against the Uyghur people and other minorities, the United…

Little Sisters of the Poor Win, Again, at the High Court

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Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Supreme Court released its opinion in Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul Home v. Pennsylvania. Once again, the Court sides (7-2) with…

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The Bostock/Harris Debacle

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One of the most disappointing things about the recent Supreme Court decision on the definition of “sex” in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was the majority’s…

Religious Bigotry Law Rejected by Supreme Court, Despite Liberal Justices Objections

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Washington, D.C.— In a 5-4 decision in Espinoza v. Montana Dept. of Revenue, the United States Supreme Court invalidated a Montana law that targeted religious institutions for discrimination. Penny Nance,…

Bostock – Harris Supreme Court Update

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The United States Supreme Court has released its decision in the Title VII cases Harris v. EEOC, Bostock v. Clayton County, and Altitude Express v. Zarda rewriting federal law in…

Supreme Court Rewrites Law to Appease PC Police, Again

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Washington, D.C. — The United States Supreme Court has released its decision in the Title VII cases Harris v. EEOC, Bostock v. Clayton County, and Altitude Express v. Zarda. Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned…

Concerned Women for America Rallies (Virtually!) in Support of the Little Sisters of the Poor

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Believe it or not, the Little Sisters of the Poor are back at the U.S. Supreme Court still trying to defend their religious liberty from the burdens that states continue…

AG Barr Memo – Balancing Public Safety/Preservation of Civil Rights

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Concerned Women for America applauds Attorney General William Barr’s April 27, 2020 memorandum for the protection of civil rights during COVID-19.

Easter and the Promise of Redemption

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In this Easter season, I have been thinking about the importance of redemption. Over the years, by virtue of circulation in political circles, I have known personally some people involved…

Trump Nominates For OMB Director A Man Bernie Sanders Savaged For Being A Christian

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You might remember that Vought was viciously attacked for his Christian faith at his previous nomination hearings. Indeed, this reminds us the radical, anti-Christian left is now the mainstream of…

Act Now to Protect First Amendment Rights for College Students

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Act Now to Protect First Amendment Rights for College Students.  Religious freedom is under attack on college campuses. Imagine being falsely told your First Amendment Rights don’t apply at a…

Great News on this Religious Freedom Day

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January 16 is Religious Freedom Day. It marks the anniversary of the passage of Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, the precursor language of our First Amendment guarantee of…

Garrison and Traficant: Anti-Semitism is on the Rise

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Concerned Women for America’s International Affairs team consisting of Dr. Shea Garrison and Ashley Traficant, published an article in The Hill showcasing how Anti-semitism is on the rise throughout the…

America Stands with Hong Kong

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Last Sunday, 800,000 protestors took to the streets of Hong Kong, the largest pro-democracy demonstration yet. The number of demonstrators has steadily increased since the start of the protests six…

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Trump Administration to Reverse Obama-era Regs that Sidelined Faith-Based Adoption and Foster Care Agencies

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UPDATE: President Trump just issued the new proposed rule that would reverse an Obama-era regulation that harmed faith-based adoption and foster care providers. This Obama “nondiscrimination” mandate, imposed just days…

Penny Nance on Religious Liberty Case

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee) and over 40 members of Congress filed an amicus brief to support Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland, Washington. CWA’s CEO and President Penny…

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CWA Thanks President Trump, Secretary of State Pompeo, and Secretary Azar for their Defense of Life and Religious Liberty

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In three separate letters to President Trump, Secretary of State Pompeo and Secretary Azar, CWA CEO and President Penny Nance and our Vice President for International Affairs Dr. Shea Garrison…

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Transgender Legislative Petition Before SCOTUS

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Oral Arguments in R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes v. EEOC “Aimee Stephens is a transgender woman,” started the argument at the United States Supreme Court in R.G. & G.R….

Will Supreme Court Try to Redefine Sex?

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Our CEO and President Penny Nance spoke with CBN’s Paul Strand about the Harris case currently before the Supreme Court about the ramifications for women if the definition of “sex”…

CWA Stands for Women at the US Supreme Court

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This week, we were your voice of influence on the steps of the Supreme Court. Share this video and click here to support CWA to strengthen our voice today! 

Will Christians Become Outcasts at Public Universities?

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Our CEO and President, Penny Nance and Cathy Ruse, JD, Senior Legal Fellow for the Family Research Council partnered together to write an opinion article for The Christian Post about…

How China ‘Is Home to the Worst Human Rights Crises of our Time’: It’s Why the US Commission on Unalienable Rights is so Necessary

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CWA’s Dr. Shea Garrison, the organization’s Vice President of International Affairs, writes a new opinion piece featured this week in The Washington Times. “The Trump administration led the fight for human rights at…

An Open Letter to Mr. Timothy Sands, President of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Natasha Chart, Board Chair of Women’s Liberation Front and Penny Nance, CEO & President of Concerned Women for America wrote an open letter to Dr. Timothy Sands, President of Virginia…

President Trump Brings Truth to the UN

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President Donald J. Trump will forever be “the first President of the United States to host a meeting at the United Nations on religious freedom.” Not only that, President Trump…

Penny Nance on One America News Discussing Women and Their Impact on Elections

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CWA CEO and President Penny Nance spoke with Patrick Hussion about the impact of elections on women’s lives and what is important to women voters.

Washington Watch: Freshmen Orientation at Virginia Tech was Full of Leftist Propaganda

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Penny Nance, CWA’s CEO and President, continues her effort to share how liberal our tax-payer funded college campuses have become during an interview with Tony Perkins from Family Research Council….

Penny Nance Discusses Campus Insanity with Mornings On The Mall

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Our CEO and President Penny Nance spoke with Mary Walter and Vince Coglianese of WMAL‘s Mornings On The Mall describing her experience with Freshman orientation at Virginia Tech and the…

Prayer Link: Penny Nance on Political Correctness on Campus

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Our CEO and President Penny Nance shared the story about her son’s college freshman orientation at Virginia Tech with Wendy Griffith and Charlene Aaron of CBN’s Prayer Link. They discussed…