February 10, 2023

EIE is Hitting the Ground Running in 2023!

Enough Is Enough® (EIE) hit the ground running in 2023 with its galvanizing campaigns and initiatives, as well as public education and advocacy efforts to protect children and families on the internet. Here are just a few of EIE's recent highlights!
Public Awareness & Education
Listen Now - Just released interview on the Counter Culture Mom Show
available on appx. 20 audio platforms, 3 national radio networks, Family Talk - SiriusXM - 131, as well as 15+ TV platforms 
(click on image below to hear interview)

In case you missed it, here is some of EIE's recent media coverage:

January 5, 2023
National Review: Louisiana Protects Minors from Porn

December 1, 2022
Intercessors for America (IFA): Pray with America's Leaders "Shutting Down the Porn Pipeline to Our Kids" (webcast reaches audience of 3,000, discussing state and national legislation impacting family values, including the safety of children on the internet; IFA has monthly reach of over 4 million people who pray for our nation)

November 4, 2022
The Today Show: What is sextortion? One mom is warning parents after son’s death

October 16, 2022
The Washington Stand: 'Their Priorities Are Completely Wrong': Biden DOJ Backs Off Child Porn Cases to Prosecute Political Enemies

EIE began initial production on its Internet Safety 101® Academy which will launch in 2023! To learn more about safety and prevention related to key internet risks, visit internetsafety101.org

Donna spoke about EIE's critical work to prevent the online sexual exploitation and abuse of children at an event in West Palm Beach, FL.
During Human Trafficking Prevention Month in January, EIE released the following webinar that every parent must watch! The webinar was recently re-released again due to overwhelming interest. To view the webinar, click here.
Advancing Public Policy and the Rule of Law

EIE met with several elected officials to advocate for key policy and child protective measures on the internet:

  • EIE's Bill Woolf (left) and Donna Rice Hughes (right) posed for a photo with VA Attorney General Jason Miyares after meeting to discuss a Virginia Statewide Internet Safety Initiative

  • EIE advocated for the reintroduction of the Kids Online Safety Act, the Earn It Act, and the Children and Teens’ Online Privacy Protection Act.

  • Donna met with Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) to encourage DOJ to prioritize investigations and prosecutions pertaining to existing federal obscenity, child sexual abuse material (CSAM), sex trafficking and child exploitation laws.

  • Donna also met with members of the House Judiciary Committee including Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) to discuss these concerns and encourage congressional oversight hearings.

Rep. Jordan (Ohio)
Sen. Cruz (Texas)

Rep. Roy (Texas)
Please continue to follow our efforts throughout the year to see how you can get involved in advocating for key efforts designed to help protect the safety and dignity of children on the internet!