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Academic Gender Gap; Trump Feud; Ambassador Swanee Hunt

Academic Gender Gap; Trump Feud; Ambassador Swanee Hunt

The gap between boys and girls, Trump's feud with Fox, the amazing story of Rwandan women.

Webisode

TTC Extra: CDC Alcohol Warning Criticized as Sexist

TTC Extra: CDC Alcohol Warning Criticized as Sexist

The CDC's message, aimed at women, was criticized for its tone

Blog

Young Women & Elections; Military Draft; Football & Feminism

February 05, 2016 Young Women & Elections; Military Draft; Football & Feminism

This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss young women and their political involvement, women registering for the draft & football and feminism.

On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is The Washington Examiner’s Ashe Schow, Co-founder, Reproaction Erin Matson, Journalist Blogger Anushay Hossain, Conservative Commentator Dana White


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Black History Month Spotlight Series:

February 04, 2016 Black History Month Spotlight Series:

Check out the latest installment in our Black History Month Spotlight Series focusing on influential black women. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton has made and continues to make significant strides in the realms of women’s and civil rights. She was born in Washington, D.C. and currently serves her home city as a Democratic delegate to Congress.

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Women's News

Black Women Lead Women’s Fund In Improving Lives

February 04, 2016  | Read More »

Women’s Fund Director Sabrina Slade and Board of Directors Chairwoman Alison Ashe-Card are working to make the lives of local women better. The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem, an initiative of The Winston-Salem Foundation, celebrated its 10th anniversary in November during a luncheon in which it gave out $108,000 in grants for projects that help women and girls. Slade describes the organization as a “massive giving circle” funded by the membership fees of 800 women. The board’s grants committee narrows down the grant proposals each year, which are then voted on by all the members of the fund, who ultimately choose what projects receive the grants.

CDC Advice That Millions Of Women Should Not Drink Is Mocked

February 04, 2016  | Read More »

Public health communication can be a tricky art. The science needs to be sound, of course, but so does the tone. The US-based Centres for Disease and Control (CDC)'s latest advice, on drinking during pregnancy, has been ridiculed online for broadening the warning out to millions of American women who are not pregnant.

CDC Advice That Millions Of Women Should Not Drink Is Mocked

February 04, 2016  | Read More »

Public health communication can be a tricky art. The science needs to be sound, of course, but so does the tone. The US-based Centres for Disease and Control (CDC)'s latest advice, on drinking during pregnancy, has been ridiculed online for broadening the warning out to millions of American women who are not pregnant.

As Clinton Seeks To Break The Glass Ceiling, Many Young Feminists Shrug

February 04, 2016  | Read More »

It was not so long ago that Hillary Clinton was relishing her status as an icon among young feminists, who cheered her resilience to political attack, her use of her stardom to advance the cause of women worldwide, even her trademark pantsuits. But now, when Clinton needs that support the most, much of her backing among women of the millennial generation has vanished.

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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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