The Company Contrast Navigating the Non-Profits – Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women {Issues: Life, 2nd Amendment, Basic Freedoms}

Navigating the Nonprofits

The Company Contrast Navigating the Non-Profits – Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women {Issues: Life, 2nd Amendment, Basic Freedoms}

Each week 2ndVote takes a look at popular companies and organizations and then highlights those that align with your 2ndVote values and pinpoint the ones that should be avoided to the best of your ability. This series is called The Company Contrast – Navigating the Non-Profits, and the organization we will be focusing on this week is the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women (3.73).

Founded in 1993 in honor of one of the most accomplished women of the 20th century, for which the organization is named after, the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women is a mentorship organization that promotes and fosters leadership in women across the country. By promoting values such as “strength of character, academic excellence, integrity, and a strong work ethic,” the CBLCCW works to empower conservative women through education and seminars in many professional realms such as academia, journalism, public policy, and media. Accompanying their empowering cause are their strong stances on traditional American values. Not only does the CBLCCW maintain a staunchly pro-life disposition, but they also promote empowering free speech and 1st Amendment rights for women. Furthermore, the CBLCCW teamed up with 2nd Amendment activist, Antonia Okafor, to host their “Feminism for Firearms” event on the University of Nevada – Reno campus to promote firearms rights for women. They even partner with The Heritage Foundation (3.88) for monthly women’s education programs. This laundry list of conservative activism earns the CBLCCW strong scores on the 2ndVote issues of Life, Basic Freedoms, 2nd Amendment, and Education.

To the contrary, the National Women’s Law Center (2.38) is a prime example of leftist non-profits that aim to restrict rights rather than empower them. With donations to pro-abortion and pro-Equality Act organizations, along with their own stances supporting abortion and opposing religious liberty, the National Women’s Law Center is quite the opposite to the CBLCCW and should be avoided for those seeking charities to support.

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