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Women Voters: Soccer moms, security moms, diverse women? Who will give Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton the advantage? Overtime: Why new rules may benefit women. Transgender Rights: More than just a bathroom debate. How perceptions of gender are changing. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Sarah McBride, Ashe Schow, Jennifer Higgins
Women Voters: Soccer moms, security moms, diverse women? Who will give Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton the advantage? Overtime: Why new rules may benefit women. Transgender Rights: More than just a bathroom debate. How perceptions of gender are changing. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Jennifer Higgins, Sarah McBride, Ashe Schow
Donald Trump says Clinton's only asset is "the woman card." Kristin Tate on government waste and what young voters want. #MoreThanMean: Combating the abuse female journalists must face from online trolls. PANEL: Zoe Carpenter, Sabrina Schaeffer, Anushay Hossain, Jennifer Higgins
Clinton vs. Sanders: Has Hillary clinched the Democratic nomination ahead of Bernie? Life Expectancy: black men live longer, while white women's longevity goes down. Girls & Sex: Peggy Orenstein's new book on the "complicated new landscape" of sex. PANEL: Rina Shah Bharara, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Ruth Conniff, Julie Gunlock
Women still only make 79 cents on the dollar compared to men in the United States. Actress Patricia Arquette brought the issue to national prominence in her Oscar acceptance speech for "Boyhood," and she continues her advocacy on Equal Pay Day with Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY). Meanwhile, the IWF releases Working for Women report. PANEL: Lara Brown, Patrice Lee, Atima Omara, Francesca Chambers
A special documentary episode of To the Contrary explores the trend away from orphanages and towards family reunification. Host Bonnie Erbé travels to Ethiopia to explore why parents give up their children. She reports on the research showing how orphanages jeopardize children's psychological and mental well-being.
Abortion Pill: Is surgical abortion a thing of the past? Barriers & Bias: The myriad factors holding women back from leadership positions. Public Service: Empowering women Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Penny Young Nance, Rina Shah Bharara, Ashe Schow, Debra Carnahan
Moms Against Terrorism: Women organize to root out extremism. Contraception: The Supreme Court weighs whether acommodations for religious organizations in regards to birth control coverage are reasonable. All the Single Ladies: The growing influence of single women.
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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 ...More »
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss this presidential election’s female voting bloc, how new overtime rules benefit women, and Behind The Headlines: looking beyond the bathroom bill and into gender identity among millennials.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.), The Center for American Progress’s Sarah McBride, The Washington Examiner’s Ashe Schow and ,GOP Political Strategist Jennifer Higgins
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by Sallie Bingham
“Did you ever make mud pies?” a friend asked me. He was helping me root around blackberry bushes on Tesuque Pueblo’s organic farm.
“I would have loved to, but it never happened,” I told him. When I was little, I knew without being told that I should never get dirty (although I did manage to get quite dirty out of sight in the old barn taking care of my horse.)Read More »