• Food Security

    Food Security

    The threats to our food supply, including illness and environmental factors. And, the issues that arise with The transportation of goods.

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  • Racist Violence; Hollywood vs. Congress; Freelance Economy

    Racist Violence; Hollywood vs. Congress; Freelance Economy

    Racist Violence: Author Chloe Angyal's op-ed on white women's passive role in racist attacks. Hollywood vs. Congress: Actress Meryl Streep's call to action for equal rights for women. Freelance Economy: why the head of the Freelancers Union says freelancing is feminist.

  • State of the World's Fathers;<br>HeForShe; #TheNew10

    State of the World's Fathers;
    HeForShe; #TheNew10

    This Father's Day, we take a look at a report on how fatherhood is evolving, along with a panel made up of fathers. Plus, the progress of the UN's campaign to get men involved in gender equality. And, women will start appearing on $10 bills in 2020.

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  • Michelle Obama; Workplace Priorities;<br>Human Trafficking

    Michelle Obama; Workplace Priorities;
    Human Trafficking

    The First Lady speaks on race relations and becoming a role model. A new IWF study finds women value different things at work. The efforts made by Catholic Charities of Arkansas to stop trafficking in America.

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Food Security

Food Security

Part I: The threats to our food supply, including illness and environmental factors. PANEL: Danielle Moodie-Mills, Amber ...


TTC Extra: White House Campout

TTC Extra: White House Campout

As part of the Let's Move initiative, the First Lady hosted a group of 4th grade girl scout troops at the White House. The ...


Food Security Part I & II

July 03, 2015 Food Security Part I & II

This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss Food Security in the United States.

On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Host of Politini Danielle Moodie-Mills, Senior Fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum Amber Smith, Republican Strategist Rina Shah Bharara, Former Judge and Federal Prosecutor Debra Carnahan, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Liberal Commentator Erin Matson, Network of Enlightened Women President Karin Agness, and Founder, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of the Hispanic Post Clara Del Villar.

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TTC Millennial Voices
A Family That Sings Together Stays Together... Especially The First Family

July 01, 2015 <b>TTC Millennial Voices</b><br>A Family That Sings Together Stays Together... Especially The First Family

By Zoe Spielvogel

“So, are you a Democrat now?”

My brother Max asked me this seemingly profound question after I sent him a series of pictures from First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Girl Scout Campout held on the South Lawn of the White House Tuesday evening.

I’ve always considered myself politically independent, seldom buying into the “fiscally conservative, socially liberal” line fellow non-partisans often like to throw around. I often find that members of both political parties have incredibly coherent and logical arguments – except when they, you know, don’t – and I usually side with whoever makes a more valid point in any given debate.

That being said, the Let’s Move! Outside Campout featured the President and the First Lady in a natural setting that almost made me forget that I was in the heart of global political activity. That is until my brother sprung that thought-provoking question on me.

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Women's News

Nigerian Women Start Empowering Twitter Debate On Sexism

July 02, 2015  | Read More »

Could Nigerian women be at the forefront of a wave of black feminism in Africa? According to Twitter, the answer is a resounding yes. On Tuesday night (June 30), the hashtag #BeingFemaleInNigeria began trending on Twitter sparking a wave of candid tweets about sexism experienced by users from the African country.

Many Women Treated Disrespectfully, Abusively In Childbirth, Report Says

July 02, 2015  | Read More »

They are slapped and pinched during labor, yelled at, denied pain medicine, neglected and forced to share beds with other women who just gave birth. And that is just a partial list of the abuses and humiliations inflicted on women around the world as their babies are born.

Family of 102-Year-Old Woman Who 'Froze to Death' Sues Gas Company for $10M

July 02, 2015  | Read More »

The family of a D.C. woman who died in her "ice cold" home is suing Washington Gas for $10 million after the woman's heat was turned off with little notice when temperatures were near freezing.

Social Caretaking Keeps Nepal Going Post-Quake

July 02, 2015  | Read More »

During chaotic, makeshift times, women throughout Kathmandu are playing key roles in holding their families and society together. "She always tells us not to be afraid and keeps a close watch on us especially at night," says the 14-year-old daughter of one woman.

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The Host

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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