Holding Her Head High
This was an event of the Conservative Women’s Network, a monthly luncheon meeting hosted at The Heritage Foundation with the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute.
Janine Turner talked about her book Holding Her Head High: 12 Single Mothers Who Championed Their Children and Changed History, published by Thomas Nelson. The book is about the contributions that single mothers have made to society. Janine Turner, herself a single mother, described the social implications for women and children from the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages to Pioneer days. After her presentation she responded to audience members' questions.
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Michelle Easton Founder and President Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute
Janine Turner Actor
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