Discover a millenial perspective on the greatest human rights violation in the world – abortion.
Allie Stuckey, conservative commentator and host of the podcast, Relatable, is an outspoken advocate for the most vulnerable, including having testified before Congress in defense of the unborn.
Courtesy of Cincinnati Right to Life, she will address how millenials view the life issue, especially in light of the upcoming election.
Every year, Cincinnati Right to Life brings hundreds of people in our pro-life community together for a night of fellowship and camaraderie. Because of the pandemic, we cannot gather in person this year, but we hope you will join us virtually.
We need your attendance and support. Now more than ever we need you as part of Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati! The current political climate plus the abortion industry’s attempts to soften its image and increase its reach has only energized us with increased boldness for exposing the Culture of Death.
Join this virtual event and LIVE Q&A on October 29th at 7:00pm.
Meet Allie Beth Stuckey
I graduated with a degree in Communications Studies from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. After graduation, I moved to Athens, Georgia, where I took a job in PR and social media strategy.
I'm a wife, mom, born-and-raised Texan, podcast host, author, commentator, and speaker. I'm passionate about helping women build their worldview upon the truth of God's Word.
More About Allie:
A lot happened in Athens that helped put me where I am today. I met my husband at a gym (I know—romantic) in 2014; we were married by the fall of 2015. It was soon after our wedding that, still working full-time, I decided I wanted to encourage college students to vote in the presidential primaries. I started with a group I knew I could relate to: sorority girls. I visited chapter meetings and gave a non-partisan presentation on why they should vote. It was then that I knew I wanted to make a career out of talking to young women about things that matter.
In 2016, I started a Facebook page called The Conservative Millennial. After a few months, my videos on the page started to take off—getting hundreds of thousands and then millions of views. In 2017, I took a job at TheBlaze as a contributor and began offering commentary on a variety of Fox News shows. By 2018, I'd moved over to CRTV, where I started my podcast, Relatable. TheBlaze and CRTV have since merged into BlazeTV, which now distributes my show. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, we analyze culture, news, politics and theology from a Christian, conservative perspective.
My first book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love, came out August 11, 2020, and I couldn't be more excited! In this age of what I call "trendy narcissism," young women are bombarded with the myth that self-love is all we need for satisfaction. The truth is, self-love, self-empowerment, self-fulfillment, self-whatever will ultimately lead to a dead end of disappointment. In the book, we bust five of society's most popular cultural myths, such as "you can't love other people until you love yourself" and "you determine your own truth." These are superficial lies that, when believed, have both personal and societal ramifications. Thankfully, the Bible gives us truthful alternatives that show us a better way.
In addition to podcasting and writing, I also speak to various organizations across the country about the importance of constructing a biblical worldview. In these ever-chaotic times, my goal is to help young women think critically and biblically about the world around us.
Welcome by Anna MitchellProducer and Co-Host for the Son Rise Morning Show on Sacred Heart Radio
Pledge of Allegianceby Knights of Columbus
Opening Prayerby Father Jacob Willig
Remarks by Life Award RecipientHamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes
Cincinnati Right to Life Highlightsby Meg DeBlase and Jack Hart
Keynote and Live Q&Aby Allie Stuckey