Women's Film Festival
  • The Confidence Code for Girls

    The Confidence Code for Girls

    On this edition of our continuing series on women thought leaders, we speak with Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, the co-authors of The Confidence Code. The book talks about the challenges girls go through in gaining confidence and how to overcome them.

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  • An Encore Presentation:<br>Hidden Health Hazards

    An Encore Presentation:
    Hidden Health Hazards

    We take an in-depth look at the crisis of antibiotic resistance in food production as well as products in our waterways. Dr. Everly Macario of the Pew Charitable Trusts SuperMoms Against Superbugs, Dr. Lance B. Price of the Milken Institute School for Public Health at George Washington University and Dr. Emma Rosi of the Cary Institute give their perspectives on this critical issue.

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  • Woman Thought Leader: Kay Coles James
  • Women's Progress; GOP Women; <br>Fifty Million Rising

    Women's Progress; GOP Women;
    Fifty Million Rising

    How far women have come since the second-wave of feminism? Are Republican women going to be elected in the coming midterms? Saadia Zahidi’s tracks the growing influence of women in the workplaces of Muslim majority countries.

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An Encore Presentation: Hidden Health Hazards

An Encore Presentation: Hidden Health Hazards

Pharmaceuticals, personal care products in the water and antibiotic resistance.


TTC Extra: States Moving to Protect Abortion Rights

TTC Extra: States Moving to Protect Abortion Rights

Several states have strengthened protections for women seeking abortions

Women's News

What Are The New Rules Of The Workplace In A Post #MeToo World?
ABC News

April 25, 2018  | Read More »

It's been approximately half a year since the watershed #MeToo movement sparked in Hollywood and spread like wildfire, leaving almost no industry unscathed as hundreds of women came forward with stories of sexual misconduct they have been subjected to in the workplace.

VA Nominee Drunkenly Banged On Female Employee's Door During Overseas Trip, Sources Say

April 25, 2018  | Read More »

During an overseas trip in 2015, Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, the White House physician, was intoxicated and banged on the hotel room door of a female employee, according to four sources familiar with the allegation.

How to Get More Women in the Boardroom? Some Try Blunt Force
Wall Street Journal

April 25, 2018  | Read More »

The pressure is on for companies around the world to put more women on their boards.

Republican Women Wonder When They'll Get A Female Speaker Of The House

April 24, 2018  | Read More »

In the days since House Speaker Paul Ryan announced his retirement, the jockeying for the speaker's gavel has centered on three names. They are all prominent and respected lawmakers, and so far they are all white men.


Millennial Voices: March For Our Lives

April 24, 2018 Millennial Voices: March For Our Lives

Zanifa Darville, To The Contrary intern, reflects on the March For Our Lives protest held last month. 

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Millennial Voices
From the Corn Belt to the Capitol

April 12, 2018 Millennial Voices<br> From the Corn Belt to the Capitol

To The Contrary intern, Andrew Bandstra used his Iowan roots to secure an interview with US Senator Joni Ernst.

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About the Host - Bonnie Erbé

To The Contrary Host: Bonnie Erbé

Bonnie Erbé is a nonpartisan, award-winning American journalist and television host based in the Washington, D.C. area who has ...

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