Carol Swain Foundation
Helping to educate the American people about conservative values and principles, and to encourage them to acknowledge and to re-embrace the Judeo-Christian heritage of our nation.
As a nation we are embroiled in a battle for the future of our children and grandchildren. As conservatives, we must embrace to opportunities available to truly stand against corruption and immorality. The Carol Swain Foundation is dedicated to endeavor, and leads the charge with the following objectives:
- To reach a broader public with clear explanations about how conservative values and principles apply to the economic, social, political and cultural issues of our day.
- To identify important social and political problems and advance solutions to problems like illegal immigration, failing schools, skyrocketing health costs, and welfare dependence.
- To dispel myths and stereotypes about race, class, and gender that shut down debate and discourage individuals from setting and attaining higher goals.
- To reach a broad and diverse audience using a variety of media outlets: blogs, television, talk radio, print, and the internet.
Award Winning Author
Dr. Swain is the author or editor of eight books. Her first book, Black Faces, Black Interests: The Representation of African Americans in Congress (Harvard University Press, 1993, 1995), won the Woodrow Wilson prize for the best book published in the U. S. on government, politics or international affairs in 1994, and was cited twice by U.S. Supreme Court.