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To The Contrary Podcast March 2, 2018

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We highlight Judy Chicago's art journey in creating the genre of feminist art. Chicago talks about her famous installation: The Dinner Party and the importance of institutions like the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

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Everly Macario - Hidden Health Hazards

February 23, 2018 | Listen »

Full length interview with Everly Macario

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To The Contrary Podcast February 23, 2018

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This week an exclusive 'To The Contrary' documentary; 'Hidden Health Hazards: Combating The Crisis of Our Food and Water.'  Host Bonnie Erbe takes an in-depth look at the crisis of antibiotic resistance in food production as well as products in our waterways. Find out why experts are concerned and the steps we can all take in combating this threat. Dr. Everly Macario of the Pew Charitable Trusts SuperMoms Against Superbugs, Dr. Lance B. Price of the Milken Institute School for Public Health at George Washington University, and Dr. Emma Rosi of the Cary Institute give their perspectives on this critical issue.

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To The Contrary Podcast February 16, 2018

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Tarana Burke: We speak with the originator of the #MeToo movement. Domestic Violence Scandal: Two White House staffers resign after allegations of abuse. School Tragedy: Students demand action on gun control. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Ann Stone, Patrice Lee Onwuka, Siobhan "Sam" Bennett

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To The Contrary Podcast February 9, 2018

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#MeToo and Working Women: Is the movement reaching working-class women? Teaching Hard History: American Slavery: Are educators effectively prepared to teach slavery in high schools? Panel: Latifa Lyles, Jennifer Higgins, Avis Jones DeWeever, Patrice Onwuka

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To The Contrary Podcast February 2, 2018

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We speak with the co-founder of Black Women's Blueprint Farah Tanis, about the challenges the black women's movement faces. She discusses the intersecting problems of racism and sexism as well as what it means to be a "transnational feminist."

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