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As the Trump administration starts its second year and sexist workplace cultures have been challenged by the #MeToo movement, liberal and leftist feminists have not been the only women organizing in the region. Although the region is known for being a liberal Democratic stronghold, conservative women have also staked claim to the Washington region’s political space. We speak with right-leaning women about their political and social concerns, their takes on the larger women’s movement, and how they navigate holding outsider views in areas dominated by a single party.
- Inez Stepman Senior Contributor to The Federalist; @InezFeltscher
- Crystal Wright Editor of the blog Conservative Black Chick; Principal owner of the Baker Wright Group, LLC; Author of Con Job: How Democrats Gave Us Crime, Sanctuary Cities, Abortion Profiteering, And Racial Division; @GOPBlackChick
- Julie Gunlock Senior fellow at Independent Women’s Forum where she leads the Culture of Alarmism Project; Author of From Cupcakes to Chemicals: How the Culture of Alarmism Makes Us Afraid of Everything and How to Fight Back; @JGunlock
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