Isabel Brown

A shocking and honest account of the culture war at American universities, giving you a front-row seat to campus indoctrination.

As a biomedical sciences student, Isabel Brown never anticipated finding herself immersed in a world of leftism, silenced by the thought police, and afraid to speak up for conservative values, but this is the reality that defined her college experience.

Isabel’s story is a compelling memoir about the current state of affairs on America’s college campuses—unveiling the truth that university administrators don’t want you to hear—and a reminder of the need for true ideological diversity.

Frontlines: Finding My Voice on an American College Campus is a call to action for us all to boldly fight for the future of American culture on and off campus.

Isabel Brown is a Gen Z conservative voice with a bachelor’s in biomedical sciences from Colorado State University and a master’s in biomedical sciences policy and advocacy from Georgetown. She’s a spokesperson for Turning Point USA and the proud host of a TPUSA production, speaking regularly on campuses nationwide.

Isabel is a former U.S. Senate and White House Intern, has produced content with PragerU, and regularly appears on several news networks. You might recognize her from her photo on the cover of Newsweek magazine. You can follow Isabel on Instagram/Facebook @theisabelbrown and Twitter @theisabelb.

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