Kara Dansky joins Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned Women for America to discuss the women’s sports issue and how we can protect the privacy and rights of women in today’s upside-down world.
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Our last episode on Concerned Women Today highlighted Corporate America’s devastating abandonment of Middle America and family values. Due to such a high demand for more content on this topic, we bring you today’s episode which offers a step-by-step guide for how the average American can have their voice heard in boardrooms across America.
Penny is joined by Justin Danhof, Director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project, who is an expert boardroom activist. Justin offers advice and stories of triumph from using this very technique within the meeting rooms of various woke corporations.
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Brands that American families have been using and trusting for decades have turned their backs on the very customers that made them so successful. Gone are the days of using a quality product and not being bombarded with virtue signaling from the woke corporations that make them. Two moms who are sick of the leftist policies invading boardrooms: Penny Nance and Mercedes Schlapp, discuss the way that American moms and families can have their voices heard and fight back.
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Critical Race Theory (CRT) is the radical new ideology taking our culture – and schools – by storm. Wrapped up in pretty packaging, this dangerous worldview seeks to deconstruct America as we know it and reconstruct it into a Marxist society based on social equality.
As people of faith, we must lean into understanding these terms and what they really mean so that we can combat the idea that CRT is something virtuous to support.
On today’s episode of Concerned Women Today, theologian Darrell Harrison joins Penny Nance and Annabelle Rutledge to answer all of your questions and explain the true roots of what CRT is and for what it stands. Listen below or by searching “Concerned Women Today” on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you normally stream your podcasts.