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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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Fetal Homicide Laws, Cohabitation & A Pioneering Female Veteran

November 08, 2019 Fetal Homicide Laws, Cohabitation & A Pioneering Female Veteran

This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss fetal homicide laws, cohabitation and marriage and pioneering Veteran, Linda Bray.

On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Rina Shah, Erin Matson, and Ann Stone.

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Most Powerful (White) Women Summit: Fortune's Failure to Diversity

November 04, 2019 Most Powerful (White) Women Summit: Fortune's Failure to Diversity

By Noel Gasca


Some of the most influential and innovative women in the world came together in Washington D.C. late last month during Fortune magazine’s annual Most Powerful Women Summit, which included notable speakers like American designer Tory Burch, Anita Hill, and even controversial figures like Kristjen Nielsen, the former United States Secretary of Homeland Security.

While most of the media coverage and conversation surrounding the summit was centered on Nielsen’s tense interview with Amna Nawaz, national correspondent for “PBS NewsHour”, perhaps it was too focused on Nielsen. Instead, maybe audience members and members of the press should have turned their attention towards questioning summit organizers about the lack of representation of women of color from the summit.

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