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Remember the life of Julia from president Obama's 2012 campaign a tale of how one girl with dependent on government aid from cradle to grave.
One organization wants to -- write that story -- inspiring women to be economically independent.
Joining me now is the -- initiative national spokesperson Rachel Campos Duffy good to see it -- disease etc.
to tell us about this initiative what is it.
So -- initiative is an organization.
That educates its.
Thanks -- -- want the American dream that there's actually it's a -- it's called free enterprise but that allows them to access that dream itself.
We promote to self reliance on.
We especially with this campaign averaging right now on the misleading campaign we want to tell girls that.
You don't there is a different alternative then -- someone who needs government at every.
Every turn and so on were offering all kinds of tips and advice on how to live and to celebrate women who already living now life of -- success and and an independent economic independence.
So if people don't remember back to the 2012 campaign the president's had this life of Juliet.
Campaign we just sign up on -- screen they're working for basically the argument was that you know from you see the child there at the beginning on all the way up until a year well past being an adult.
Then you would need the government to help you as a woman.
And and you're now saying look what we should really be telling young girls Hispanic or otherwise sure is that.
We should be building self importance in the -- from the inside an economic sustainability on their.
Exactly president all kinds of messages about what empowerment looks like I mean everything from you know that you -- The Disney girls who young starlet to end up on on men's magazine conception spreads all the way to -- campaign like -- that says that.
You need government at every turn and we're saying like empowerment comes from -- success and and hard work and the American dream is accessible.
And so we celebrate stories.
Women and men -- achieved the American dream Hispanics in particular.
And and we believe it's a -- and and we need to give our our kids towards Wright said some of those tools that you're pointing to chores.
-- at home are important in May not be popular -- that's right so -- have weren't so weren't.
We have a campaign right now called -- raise a little -- how you raise a child.
On and -- and the tools to access itching to one in the stores which which teaches them.
-- about hard work a lot of kids are losing that value of responsibility -- lemonade stand that teaches them how to run a business that's right we're losing the fundamentals of running a business on and so that's one and it doesn't just have to be a lemonade stand -- get started -- A -- out of business when he was twelve years old money can you know.
Well wants whatever it is teaching them.
On those -- also bargain hunting celebrate entrepreneurship and give -- -- that's the piece of the puzzle that's so important in this.
Sort of entitlement nation we find many of our -- well absolutely on.
Again with with giving back you know -- -- -- it's -- it feels even better we get back we often underestimate the contribution of -- small business owners who -- the guys who are.
And women who are buying the school uniforms and contributing to all kinds of things in our community that is so important to have Rachel campus -- if you wanted to learn more than me Brett initiative dot com and -- today.
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