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How to Talk to Women about Welfare

By Sarah, on Aug 20, 2014

The vast majority of American women are liberals. Here's how we can talk to them about libertarianism.

If you asked a liberal woman about her top political issues, taking care of the needy would almost certainly be one of them. Often, they think of libertarians as uncaring and callous because we don’t support government programs to that end. But if we take it upon ourselves to approach the issue in the right way, they will see that we care about people who need help, and we might even win a few of them over in the process.

LOLA Social in Philly on October 7!

By Elissa, on Aug 20, 2014

It only seems right that ladies of liberty should meet up in the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and where the Constitution was written! So the Ladies of Liberty Alliance has teamed up with some local LOLAs to host a social for ladies of liberty in the area.

What is "LOLA Social"? It is our new initiative to build a community and support network for ladies of liberty across the country. 

Grassroots Activism Training Notes

By Sarah, on Jul 7, 2014

Last Monday we were excited to host a training on Grassroots Activism with Katie Engdahl Vernuccio. Katie taught us tricks and tools of grassroots activism and how to be a lobbyist for liberty, either at the state or federal level.

Summary of the 2014 WFL Leadership Summit

By Sarah, on Jul 3, 2014

This past Saturday, Women For Liberty held their third annual Leadership Summit at the Mercatus Center in Arlington, VA. Besides yummy food and great conversation with many bright attendees, the day consisted of five informative and engaging speakers on the issues facing women today.

New Training Event Added

By Nena, on Jun 24, 2014

June 30, Ann Arbor, MI: Grassroots Activist Training with Katie Engdahl Vernuccio. More information on our Facebook eve