Curbing teenage pregnancy.
This week Bristol Palin, the daughter of Alaska governor Sarah Palin, set out on a media blitz to promote abstinence. The 18-year-old is perhaps the country's best-known unwed teen mother.
So how effective can she be? Will it really help to prevent other teenagers from becoming mothers too soon?
Fredricka Whitfield spoke with Brenda Rhodes Miller with the DC Campaign to prevent teen pregnancy to find those answers.
What do you think? Will Bristol be effective? If not, who or what will?