Sarah Palin Melanne Verveer Carole Simpson
Nicole Kurokawa Neily Kay James Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI)
Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) Bettina  Inclan Donna  Brazile
Dr. Maya Angelou Former Senator Blanche  Lambert Lincoln (D-AR) Anushay  Hossain
Carly Fiorina Christina  Hoff Sommers Janet  Napolitano
Valerie  Jarrett Ruth Conniff Melinda Gates
Bay Buchanan Angela McGlowan Ritu  Sharma
Priscilla Presley Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) Crystal Wright

Past Programs


Summaries of To the Contrary's shows from 1996 to present are listed. You can also watch full episodes from 2010 to the present online here.

Click on a year below to see a list of that year's shows.

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Gender Differences

Date: 12/28/2001
Program Number: 1041 (*Repeat of Show 1028)
Panelists: Phyllis Greenberger, Dr. Jane Delgado, Sherry Marts, Dr.Patricia Davidson

Featured Topics:

• An interview with country-singer Trisha Yearwood on sex-based biology.

Women and Depression: More women suffer from depression than men.

Auto-immune disorders: Finding the cure for auto-immune disorders.

Depression

Date: 12/21/2001
Program Number: 1040
Panelists: Phyllis Greenberger, Karen Miller, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Ruth Coniff, Cari Dominguez

Featured Topics:

• The future of women in the Afghan government.

• Why are women underrepresented on tv talk shows?

• Seasonal Depression and how it effects women.

Best Practices

Date: 12/14/2001
Program Number: 1039
Panelists: Dr. Maleeha Lodhi, Karen Miller, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Ruth Coniff, Cari Dominguez

Featured Topics:

• The future of women in the Afghan government.

• Why are women underrepresented on tv talk shows?

• How diversity in the workplace makes businesses more successful.

Military Women

Date: 12/07/2001
Program Number: 1038
Panelists: Genevieve Wood, Karen Johnson, Kim Gandy, Angela McGlowan, Maria Echaveste

Featured Topics:

• We spoke with retired three-star Army General Claudia Kennedy on the future of women in the military.

• Hollywood executives debate whether they should produce pro-American films.

• The rising price of malpractice insurance is causing many rural doctors to stop practicing obstetrics - where does this leave their patients?

Afghan Women

Date: 11/30/2001
Program Number: 1037
Panelists: Genevieve Wood, Kellyanne Conway, Maria Echaveste, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton

Featured Topics:

• The future of Afghan women: We spoke with State Dept. Under Secretary Dobriansky about the role of women in post-Taliban Afghanistan.

• Pope John Paul II apologizes for the sexual abuse of nuns by clergymen.

• Lipstick sales are on the rise- but does this indicate other businesses are in a slump?

Match 2

Date: 11/23/2001
Program Number: 1036
Panelists: Rep. Hilda Solis, Karen Miller, Megan Beyer, Cherylyn Harley, Anna Ramirez

Featured Topics:

Pregnancy Prevention Programs: We look at one program that is teaching young men about pregnancy prevention.

• The start of the holiday shopping season.

Later Childbearing

Date: 11/16/2001
Program Number: 1035
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Victoria Toensing, Maria Echaveste, Cherylyn Harley

Featured Topics:

• The Future of Afghan Women

• Pre-Retirement motherhood

College Women in Computer Science

Date: 11/09/2001
Program Number: 1034
Panelists: Sen. Debbie Stabenow, Maria Echaveste, Toni Ford, Dr. Jaleh Daie, Karen Miller

Featured Topics:

• As Congress focuses on anti-terroism efforts, what on the national agenda has been lost in the shuffle?

College Women in Computer Science: To the Contrary travels to Carnegie Mellon University to highlight innovative programs that encourage women to pursue careers in computer science.

College Women in Math & Science

Date: 11/02/2001
Program Number: 1033
Panelists: Rep. Millender-McDonald, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Toni Ford, Dr. Jaleh Daie, Karen Miller

Featured Topics:

• A CBS/New York Times poll reports women are less optimistic about the war efforts.

College Women in Math & Science: To the Contrary travels to Rutgers University's Douglass College to highlight innovative programs that encourage women to pursue careers in math and science.

The Mind-Body Connection

Date: 10/26/2001
Program Number: 1032
Panelists: Maria Echaveste, Kellyanne Conway, Karen DeWitt, Genevieve Wood

Featured Topics:

• Women in Congress: an interview with newly-elected House minority Whip, Rep. Nancy Pelosi.

• The Mind-Body Connection: how the medical community is paying more attention to the connection between the body and the mind.

New Leaders for New Schools

Date: 10/19/2001
Program Number: 1031
Panelists: Dr. Susan Sclafani, Maria Echaveste, Genevieve Wood, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton

Featured Topics:

Anthrax in America: The House of Representatives shuts down after anthrax is found in Congress.

• The Census Bureau reports that fewer mothers with children under 12 months are returning to the workforce

New Leaders: Training school principals as business managers.

Menopause

Date: 10/12/2001
Program Number: 1030
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Victoria Toensing, Irene Natividad, Angela McGlowan, Dr. Nanette Santoro

Featured Topics:

• The treatment of women in Afghanistan under the Taliban

• The debate surrounding hormone replacement therapy for women going through menopause.

First Ladies

Date: 10/05/2001
Program Number: 1029
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Victoria Toensing, Irene Natividad, Genevieve Wood

Featured Topics:

A Nation Recovers: The economic and psychological repercussions of the terrorist attacks.

Ladies First: How Laura Bush and other first ladies have helped their husbands through national crisis.

Gender Differences in Medicine

Date: 09/28/2001
Program Number: 1028
Panelists: Dr. Jane Delgado, Dr. Phyllis Greenberger, Dr. Sherry Marts, Dr. Patricia Davidson

Featured Topics:

An interview with country-singer Trisha Yearwood on sex-based biology.

• Women and Depression: More women suffer from depression than men.

•Auto-immune disorders: Finding the cure for auto-immune disorders.

Women and Terrorism

Date: 09/21/2001
Program Number: 1027
Panelists: Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Victoria Toensing, Maria Echaveste, Irene Natividad

Featured Topics:

• A Call to War: President Bush declares war on terrorists.

• Women at Arms: How women are involved in the fight against terrorism.

How to talk to children about the terrorist attacks.

U.S. Secretary of Interior Gale Norton

Date: 09/14/2001
Program Number: 1026
Panelists: Genevieve Wood, Michelle Singletary, Cherylyn Harley, Amy Richards

Featured Topics:

UNICEF's report on the State of the World's Children.

• Marketing Mayhem: Has marketing pharmeceuticals gone overboard?

An interview with U.S. Secretary of Interior Gale Norton on women and the environment.

Family Support Programs

Date: 09/07/2001
Program Number: 1025
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Victoria Toensing, Maria Echaveste, Kellyanne Conway

Featured Topics:

Sexual predator Patrick Henry Ghilotti, 8-time convicted rapist in California, about to be released from prison.

• Web Diaries: Teenage girls are no longer keeping their diaries private!

• Family Support Programs: West Virginia's support network for families and children.

Labor Day Special

Date: 08/31/2001
Program Number: 1024
Panelists: Michelle Conlin, Karen DeWitt, Maureen Conway, Victoria Toensing, Angela McGlowan

Featured Topics:

• Secretary Of Labor Elaine Chao talks to TTC about the 21st Century workforce.

• TTC travels to Texas to highlight worker retraining programs.

Women's Health Special

Date: 08/24/2001
Program Number: 1023
Panelists:

Featured Topics:

• A To the Contrary special on health issues affecting women today.

The Future of Feminism

Date: 08/17/2001
Program Number: 1022
Panelists: Maria Echaveste, Angela McGlowan, Darlene Kennedy, Irene Natividad

Featured Topics:

• Spoiled Brats: A new report says that today's kids are more spoiled than ever before.

• Positive Outcome? : Should HIV Positive women become mothers?

• The Future of Feminism: An interview with new National Organization for Women President Kim Gandy.

Patients' Bill of Rights

Date: 08/10/2001
Program Number: 1021
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Irene Natividad, Teresa Wagner, Darlene Kennedy

Featured Topics:

• Stem Cell Research: President Bush's decision to support limited federal funding for embryonic stem cell research.

• To Clone or Not to Clone: The scientific community is in outrage as three scientists affirm their commitment to clone the first human.

• The Patients' Bill of Rights: An interview with Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) on the pending legislation.

Plastic Surgery

Date: 08/03/2001
Program Number: 1020
Panelists: Kellyanne Conway, Karen DeWitt, Megan Beyer, Cherylyn Harley

Featured Topics:

• Social Surrogacy: Working women forgoing pregnancy for the sake of careers- and hiring surrogate mothers to go through pregnancy for them.

• Joint Accounts: Joint banking and checking accounts for married couples may be becoming passe as couples increase financial independence.

• Plastic Surgery: Liposuction for men: it's just one of the latest trends in plastic surgery.

Christine Todd Whitman

Date: 07/27/2001
Program Number: 1019
Panelists: Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Megan Beyer, Cherylyn Harley, Kellyanne Conway

Featured Topics:

• Boys in Trouble: American boys do worse in school and get into more trouble with the law than girls.

• Barred from Procreation: The Wisconsin Supreme Court bars a father of nine from procreating until he makes good on child support payments.

• The Resource Chicks: An interview with Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman on what she calls "The Resource Chicks"-- the three female members of the Bush cabinet who control environmental regulations.

Affordable Housing

Date: 07/20/2001
Program Number: 1018
Panelists: Rep. Connie Morella, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Kellyanne Conway, Irene Natividad

Featured Topics:

• Single Sex Schools: Single sex public schools in California have apparently failed to eradicate sex discrimination.

• Flex Time: Career women who work flexible schedules or telecommute fall behind their full time, in-office counterparts.

• Affordable Housing: It's increasingly hard to find in today's hot real estate market, and many long-time inner city residents are being priced out.

Marketing to Women

Date: 07/13/2001
Program Number: 1017
Panelists: Michelle Conlin, Angela McGlowan, Genevieve Wood, Michelle Singletary

Featured Topics:

• President Bush's Cabinet: The number of women and people of color nominated for top Administration jobs has dropped sharply under President Bush.

• Black and White: Most white Americans hold misconceptions about the status of minorities, according to a startling new study.

• Marketing to Women: Marketing guru, Faith Popcorn explains how companies are targeting women consumers.

Fen-Phen

Date: 07/06/2001
Program Number: 1016
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Maria Echaveste, Genevieve Wood, Cherylyn Harley

Featured Topics:

• Welfare Controversy: One California county is paying welfare recipients to move away.

• Summer Movies: This year's crop casts women in a new role- action hero.

• Fen-Phen: To the Contrary discusses this deadly diet-drug combination which is now off the market.

Alpha Women

Date: 06/29/2001
Program Number: 1015
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Kellyanne Conway, Toni Ford, Megan Beyer

Featured Topics:

• Andrea Yates: The Texas woman who murdered her five children is claiming post- partum depression as her legal defense.

• David Brock: Hill's biggest detractor now says he lied to persuade the American public she had no credibility.

• Alpha Women: To the Contrary talks with Myrna Blyth, editor in chief of MORE Magazine, who says successful female boomers now have a wealth of experience and are the most successful generation of women ever.

Gender Differences in Medicine

Date: 06/22/2001
Program Number: 1014
Panelists: Julianne Malveaux, Irene Natividad, Ann Stone, Cherylyn Harley

Featured Topics:

• Cell Phones: Most states are considering banning cell phone use while driving.

• Gender Differences in Biology: A new report from the Institute of Medicine shows medical differences between men and women go way beyond the reproductive system right down to each cell.

Father's Day Special

Date: 06/15/2001
Program Number: 1013
Panelists: Askia Muhammad, Steve Roberts, Ray Suarez, Tom Squitieri

Featured Topics:

• Sexual Harassment: Sexual harassment lawsuits by men are skyrocketing.

• Men and Health: A recent study finds an alarming portion of American men out of touch with the health care system.

• Today's Men: We explore the changing role of men in today's society, as fathers take a more active role in home life.

Pesticides

Date: 06/08/2001
Program Number: 1012
Panelists: Karen Miller, Angela McGlowan, Patricia Ireland, Michelle Singletary

Featured Topics:

• The French and Sex: The French are no more or less sexually active than Americans.

• Email: How men and women use email differently.

• Pesticides in Schools: Some experts say pesticides may be to blame for a myriad of children's health issues.

Long Term Care

Date: 06/01/2001
Program Number: 1011
Panelists: Michelle Singletary, Kellyanne Conway, Angela McGlowan, Michelle Conlin

Featured Topics:

• Midwife Trial: A nurse-midwife is tried for manslaughter for delivering a stillborn baby during a risky, breached birth.

• The President's Daughters: Jenna and Barbara Bush were caught trying to buy alcohol illegally at an Austin Texas restaurant.

• Women and Long Term Care: Women are the primary caretakers for children and aging parents and other relatives. Two members of Congress tell you what benefits they propose for care-givers.

Anniversary Special

Date: 05/25/2001
Program Number: 1010
Panelists: Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Karen Miller, Cherylyn Harley

Featured Topics:

• Census 2000- Unmarried Couples: The number of unmarried couples living together has soared by 71 percent in the past ten years, and the number of women raising children without fathers is also way up.

• Women and the Loneliness of Cancer: Female patients are eight to twelve times more likely than male patients to go through a divorce or separation after being diagnosed with cancer.

• To The Contrary's Tenth Anniversary: To The Contrary kicks off its tenth season, and they said it couldn't be done. We'll show you some of the women and women's issues we've hilighted over the years.

Distance Learning

Date: 05/18/2001
Program Number: 1009
Panelists: Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Ruth Coniff, Cherylyn Harley, Victoria Toensing

Featured Topics:

• Governor Jane Swift's Pregnancy: Governor Jane Swift of Massachusetts is on a working maternity leave after becoming the first American woman to give birth while leading a state.

• Governor Jeb Bush's Alleged Affair: Florida Governor Jeb Bush denies rumors of an extra-marital affair- and says if the rumor was started to thwart him politically- it won't work.

• Distance Learning: Broadband technology makes e-learning high-speed education.

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton

Date: 05/11/2001
Program Number: 1008
Panelists: Angela McGlowan, Ellen Goodman, Ann Stone, Maria Echaveste

Featured Topics:

• Benefits for working Vs. non-working parents: As the nation observes Mother's Day, the schism continues between working parents and childfree workers. The latest twist is that childfree workers are spearheading the movement toward a new array of benefits for workers with no children, similar to benefits bestowed upon working parents.

• Senator Clinton on Education: New Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton talks about her legislative goals and her plan to recruit more teachers and principals to help solve the growing shortage of qualified educators across the nation.

Murriel Page

Date: 05/04/2001
Program Number: 1007
Panelists: Angela McGlowan, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Karen Miller, Maria Echaveste

Featured Topics:

• Juvenile Female Offenders: A new study shows more girls are getting in trouble with the law, with arrests and prosecution of girls rising dramatically during the last nine years.

• Before the Morning After: The New President of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists is recommending advanced prescriptions of the morning after pill, so that emergency contraception is easily available to more women.

• Female Athletes & Philanthropy: Murriel Page of the WNBA's Washington Mystics talks about her philanthropic work, and the lack of media attention for women athletes.

Patricia Harrison

Date: 04/27/2001
Program Number: 1006
Panelists: Toni Ford, Kellyanne Fitzpatrick, Megan Beyer, Maria Echaveste

Featured Topics:

• Illegal Immigrants Take Action: Thousands of illegal immigrants rush to the alter to meet the April 30 deadline after which it will be much tougher to stay in the U.S.

• Dating Down: According to USA Today, women who have risen to the top ranks professionally, politically, or economically are feeling more comfortable about dating men with less status.

• Political Principal: Pat Harrison, author and former co-chair of the Republican National Committee, spoke with us about the importance of women's involvement in political fundraising.

Phyllis Schlafly

Date: 04/20/2001
Program Number: 1005
Panelists: Maria Echaveste, Angela McGlowan, Kellyanne Fitzpatrick, Pat Schroeder

Featured Topics:

• The Daycare Dilemma: A new government study indicates that more than 30 hours per week in daycare can cause a child to exhibit overly aggressive behavior.

• Tick Tock Goes His Clock: New research shows that a man's age could be an important factor in reproduction, child development, and disease. Men must also worry about the "biological clock".

• Conservative Women Empowerment: We spoke with one of the earliest leaders of the conservative women's movement, Eagle Forum President Phyllis Schlafly. She speaks about conservative empowerment through the Bush administration.

Office Politics

Date: 04/13/2001
Program Number: 1004
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Angela McGlowan, Ruth Conniff, Arianna Huffington

Featured Topics:

• Female Athletes and Risky Behavior: The Women's Sports Foundation reports that high school girls who play three or more sports are more likely to take steroids, use tobacco, and drive while intoxicated.

• George W. Closes Office: President George W. Bush, without warning, closed the Office for Women's Initiatives and Outreach.

• Office Politics: Dr. Kathleen Kelly Reardon wrote the book, The Secret Handshake. She instructs women on how to use office politics to rise to the top.

Spirituality and Health

Date: 04/06/2001
Program Number: 1003
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Ruth Conniff, Arianna Huffington, Cherylyn Harley

Featured Topics:

• The Wage Gap: A Census Bureau report shows that the number of woman-owned businesses increased in the 1990's, however, the Labor Department still reports a wage gap, with men earning more than women for equivilant work.

• Health and Spirituality: A new movement claims that spiritual people live longer, healthier lives.

Heart Health

Date: 03/30/2001
Program Number: 1002
Panelists: Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Cherylyn Harley, Karen Miller, Rep. Hilda Solis

Featured Topics:

• Hispanic Americans: A new Census Bureau report shows that the number of Hispanic Americans has reached 13%- the same percentage as African-Americans.

• Women and Heart Health: Heart Disease is the number one killer of women, and many women are unaware of the risks- believing that it is breast cancer they need to be most concerned with.

Healthy Steps

Date: 03/23/2001
Program Number: 1001
Panelists: Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Cherylyn Harley, Karen Miller, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton

Featured Topics:

• Pay Gap: A new Census Bureau report shows that even when comparing full time workers with college degrees men still far out number women in high paying jobs.

• Drug Testing Pregnant Women: The Supreme Court ruled that it is a violation of the Fourth Amendment to allow hospitals to drug test pregnant women and then turn the results over to the police.

• The Healthy Steps Program: Healthy Steps is a parent education program set up inside of pediatricians office's to help parents get all of the child rearing information that they need.

Unsung Heroines

Date: 03/16/2001
Program Number: 952
Panelists: Irene Natividad, Maria Echaveste, Toni Ford, Victoria Toensing

Featured Topics:

• Early Puberty: Scientists are noticing a startling trend, girls as young as 8 years old developing breasts and pubic hair.

• Women's History Month: March is Women's History Month, but some believe that this month long memorial is no longer necessary. We spoke with experts on both sides of the issue.

• Unsung Heroines: To The Contrary continues it's fourth year honoring women who make a difference in their communities.

Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV)

Date: 03/09/2001
Program Number: 951
Panelists: Irene Natividad, Maria Echaveste, Toni Ford, Victoria Toensing

Featured Topics:

• Embryos To Go: Adopting embryos - thousands of frozen human embryos are stockpiled in laboratories across the country, and some infertile couples want to adopt them.

• Population Growth: A new UN study shows the world's population will baloon by 50% during the next 50 years.

• Behind the Headlines: Freshman Republican Shelley Moore Capito from West Virginia tells us how she plans to get more children enrolled in health insurance plans.

Human Capital(D-MO)

Date: 03/02/2001
Program Number: 950
Panelists: Michelle Conlin, Maria Echaveste, Toni Ford, Victoria Toensing

Featured Topics:

• The Surrendered Wife: A controversial new book advises women to surrender to their hubands to improve their marriages.

• Charting Her Course: Laura Bush unveils her agenda as First Lady in an elementary school speech.

• Behind the Headlines: Women are leading the way in a new line of corporate thinking that looks at people and brain-power as a company's most valuable assets.

Senator Jean Carnahan (D-MO)

Date: 02/23/2001
Program Number: 949
Panelists: Janet Parshall, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-Washington,DC), Amy Holmes, Megan Beyer

Featured Topics:

• Welfare Marriages: The congressional Ways and Means Committee is considering funding to encourage women on welfare to get married.

• Gen-Xer's Debt: College grads are carrying an average of $3000 worth of debt on their credit cards.

• Behind the Headlines: Senator Jean Carnahan: Senator Carnahan picks up her late husband's fight for better public education.

Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD)

Date: 02/16/2001
Program Number: 948
Panelists: Rep. Susan Davis (D-CA), Rep. Sue Myrick (R-NC), Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-Washington, DC), Amy Holmes

Featured Topics:

• Senator Clinton: New York Democratic Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton remakes her image once again amidst deep controversy.

• More Women Hurt by Banned Drugs: Drug experts say that more women than men were hurt by certain prescription drugs the FDA pulled off the market.

• Behind the Headlines: Senator Barbara Mikulski shares with us the secrets of the women senators.

Environmental Causes of Breast Cancer

Date: 02/09/2001
Program Number: 947
Panelists: Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY), Michelle Singletary, Cherylyn Harley, Pat Harrison

Featured Topics:

• Parental Support: American parents are supporting their 20-something kids what some feel is too far into adulthood.

• Bush's Drug Plan: President Bush's Prescription Drug Plan: Critics argue it excludes too many people.

• Behind the Headlines: Environmental Causes of Breast Cancer: We speak with a group who is looking into possible environmental causes of breast cancer.

Rep. Melissa Hart (R-PA)

Date: 02/02/2001
Program Number: 946
Panelists: Kellyanne Fitzpatrick, Rep. Hilda Solis (D-CA), Cherylyn Harley, Ruth Conniff

Featured Topics:

• Bush's Religious Plan: President Bush wants to open government funding to religious- based social services.

• Reality TV: A live birth on national television: Is reality TV going too far?

• Behind the Headlines: Rep. Melissa Hart of Pennsylvania on issues she'll be championing in Congress.

Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA)

Date: 01/26/2001
Program Number: 945
Panelists: Arianna Huffington, Irene Natividad, Amy Holmes, Ruth Conniff

Featured Topics:

• Code of Conduct: A California school is considering a voluntary code that requires students to formally address their teachers.

• Internet Car Shopping: Women are car shopping online in order to avoid pushy salespeople.

• Behind the Headlines: Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana tells us about the Senate's new Democrats.

New Women in Congress

Date: 01/19/2001
Program Number: 944
Panelists: Arianna Huffington, Irene Natividad, Amy Holmes, Megan Beyer

Featured Topics:

• Ashcroft Nomination: Confirmation hearings for Attorney General nominee John Ashcroft were met by protests from liberal groups across the board.

• Online Adoption: A California couple adopted twins who had already been sold to another family over the Internet.

• Behind the Headlines: Rep. Susan Davis of California on bi-partisan cooperation among women members.

Affirmative Action

Date: 01/12/2001
Program Number: 943
Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Elaine Chao, Michelle Conlin, Karen Miller

Featured Topics:

HMO's are dropping elderly and disabled patients from their plans citing inadequate government reimbursements.

• The Meaning of Sex: America's boys and young men seem to be confused about what constitutes sexually-risky behavior.

• Affirmative Action: Is it strictly a minority issue, or has it also helped women over the years? Interview with Martha Burk of the National Association of Women's Organizations.

Secretary Shalala Interview

Date: 01/05/2001
Program Number: 942
Panelists: Rep. Jennifer Dunn, Elaine Chao, Pat Schroeder, Irene Natividad

Featured Topics:

• The women of President-Elect Bush's Cabinet: How will they change the lives of women, children and families in America?

• An interview with outgoing Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna E. Shalala about her time spent in office and her feelings on the new administration.

• Fewer Men on Campus - Statistics show that the women outnumber men on college campuses across the United States.

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