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To The Contrary Podcast July 13, 2018

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We continue our Woman Thought Leader Series with philanthropy leader, Jean Case as she details how millennials today are different from how they are portrayed. Case discusses how the nation can become stronger, and how she and the Case Foundation are focused on what was then the digital divide.

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To The Contrary Podcast July 6, 2018

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We continue our Woman Thought Leader Series with Amy Siskind. In her recent book The List, Siskind details Trump's actions throughout his presidency. She worries about the U.S. going from a democracy to an authoritarian leadership, and says we are moving in that direction.

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To The Contrary Podcast June 15, 2018

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We continue our Woman Thought Leader Series with Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA). Speier emphasizes the importance of creating a safe atmosphere as well as justice for sexual assault victims. She says, she believes in the importance of listening to millennials’ voices. She tells us about her remarkable experience as a victim of gun violence, and why she supports stricter gun control.

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To The Contrary Podcast May 11, 2018

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This week on To The Contrary: a special documentary edition that looks at the latest trends in immigration and how they will shape the future of our country. We take a look at the different backgrounds, education levels, and skillsets that people bring to the US, as well as controversies surrounding access to higher education.

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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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TTC Film Fest Winner The Ties that Bind chosen for PBS Online Film Festival
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July 17, 2018 TTC Film Fest Winner The Ties that Bind chosen for PBS Online Film Festival <br> Watch it and Vote

The Ties that Bind follows Diana Newton’s family journey of her younger sibling’s gender transition. Newton reveals the truth about coming to terms with the transition. The film gives an inside look into a non-traditional family in a traditional Southern culture.

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National Domestic Workers and Farmworker Women Alliances Meet with Jane Fonda to Discuss Protections for Women Across Industries

July 12, 2018 National Domestic Workers and Farmworker Women Alliances Meet with Jane Fonda to Discuss Protections for Women Across Industries

The National Domestic Workers and Women Farmworkers Alliances met with Jane Fonda at the United States Capitol Thursday morning to discuss protections for women workers across industries.

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