January Newsletter: Ayaan’s first event of the year, CTU fellow uses platform to educate about FGM, Most shared blogs of 2019
Dear AHA Foundation Supporter,
I hope your new year is off to a great start. I kicked off my year by speaking at the University of Colorado Boulder. I am so grateful for everyone who came to hear me speak. At the event titled “The Market for Victimhood” I shared my view on an emerging trend at U.S. universities that focus meticulously on the mistakes of Western civilization while ignoring what makes the Western world special. As a result, the goodness inherent in America is at risk of being lost in extreme relativism and self-criticism.
Through the lens of our most shared blogs, this month we took a look at the stories that engaged you and moved you the most in 2019. See our top five blogs of 2019 here. Please keep sharing our blogs to help raise awareness about child marriage, female genital mutilation (FGM), and other dangerous practices in the U.S. We are so thankful for your commitment to make the U.S. a better place for women and girls.
Friend February 6th is the International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM. I hope you will join us on this day in demanding zero tolerance of this child abuse in the U.S. Be on the lookout for our email about actions you can take. Or follow us on Facebook and Twitter and find the info there. We need every supporter to engage in this fight in 2020. Because even one girl suffering is one too many.