Lone Star Parity Project is pleased to announce our partnership with Raising Ms. President, a documentary film made for educating and inspiring the next generation of female political leaders. The Lone Star Parity Project is partnering with this organization because of their inspirational story-telling format. By providing female candidates a platform to share their story, in addition to shedding light on disparity in politics, we a proud to partner with Raising Ms. President.
What is Raising Ms. President?
Raising Ms. President is a documentary film that explores why women don't run for office and why we should encourage young women to aspire to be our next generation of political leaders.
What is Raising Ms. President’s story?
Filmmaker, Kiley Lane Parker narrates as we explore why women don't run for political office, how we might get more women to run, and the reasons why having more women seated at the political decision making table matters.
The film features interviewed political scientist and author, Richard Fox, who wrote It Takes a Candidate: Why Women Don't Run For Office with Jennifer Lawless; author, historian, and professor, Stephanie Coontz, who wrote A Strange Stirring; author and female political expert, Melissa Deckman, who wrote Women and Politics, Tea Party Women: Mama Grizzlies, Grassroots Leaders, and the Changing Face of the American Right; and the late conservative activist, Phyllis Schlafly, who founded of the Eagle Forum and wrote A Choice Not An Echo. They also interviewed Anne Mosses of Ignite and Susannah Wellford of Running Start.
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If you are interested in purchasing a Raising Ms. President DVD, use the promo code LONESTAR for a discount. Offer expires June 1, 2018.