During a fan question portion of the segment, Crystal Brown-Tatum asked Sanchez about the legacy she’d like to leave young
Nia Sanchez of Nevada is the newly crowned Miss USA. She joins HuffPost Live to talk about this year's competition, share pageant tips and tricks and dish on what it's really like to be a beauty queen.
Nia Sanchez may have taken the coveted Miss USA crown, but she seems to have alienated feminists in the process. Many felt
Nia Sanchez of Nevada is the newly crowned Miss USA. She joins HuffPost Live to talk about her controversial self defense answer.
See the full HuffPost Live conversation about rape and self-defense below. "The problem with sexual assault is ... it's not
During Sunday's Miss USA pageant, winner Nia Sanchez stated that women need to be confident and learn to defend themselves when it comes to sexual assault and rape. Her response sparked an uproar. We examine why her answer is so controversial.
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