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Susan Burton served six terms in prison. This former inmate is now helping other women rebuild their lives after being incarcerated. Burton started "A New Way of Life," and is working towards criminal justice reform.
Together for Girls CEO Daniela Ligiero sits down with Cari Stein of To the Contrary and discusses her organization's work to combat worldwide sexual violence against women.
Women and Guns: Does owning a gun make women safer? Abortion Rights: Are GOP House Members anti-abortion in public yet pro-choice in private? Birth Control: Trump's rollback on Obamacare birth control mandate. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin, Independent Women’s Voices Senior Policy Analyst Patrice Onwuka, Former Judge & Federal Prosecutor Debra Carnahan
How do women diplomats differ from male ones? The US’s role in ending modern slavery. We speak with Sandra Pepera of NDI about their #NotTheCost campaign Panel: Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Former Undersecretary Ellen Tauscher, Former Undersecretary Paula Dobriansky, Former Ambassador Jendayi Frazer
Women & the GOP: Mitch McConnell says it’s time for Republicans to appeal to women more. Hiring Discrimination: A new study says bias in hiring is as bad today as it was in 1989. Women as Providers: Americans still see men as the primary providers, even as women’s contribution in terms of income goes up. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Ann Stone, Jennifer Higgins, Maria Teresa Kumar
To The Contrary speaks with Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers about the ABLE Act, being a working mom and the need for more women in office.
Listen to our newest regular feature, the Friday news Roundup with Bonnie Erbé. Bonnie clues you into all the news that happened this week affecting women's advancement and affecting families and communities of color. Give us a listen and share your thoughts
Bonnie Erbe sits down for an in-depth interview with Sarah McBride, the national press secretary of the Human Rights Campaign and an LGBT and women's rights activist. She tells us her personal story and shares her thoughts on the state of LGBT and women's rights under the Donald Trump administration.
Trump Gender Divide: Donald Trump continues to be unpopular among women as support for impeachment grows.Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program Cuts: Critics allege the Trump administration is going to go back to abstinence-only sex ed. Girl Scouts vs. Boy Scouts: The Girl Scout leadership opposes the Boy Scouts considering letting girls in. Panel: Lara Brown, Rina Shah, Manal Omar, Carrie Lukas
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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 »
by Sawyer Phillips
“We know that a third of all women will experience sexual violence or intimate partner violence in their lifetime. So there’s so many of us but, most of us live our whole lives in silence,” says Daniela Ligiero, CEO of Together for Girls.Read More »
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss if guns laws make women safer, politicians who are hypocritical on abortion, and the rollback on the Obamacare birth control mandate.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin, Independent Women’s Voices Senior Policy Analyst Patrice Onwuka, Former Judge & Federal Prosecutor Debra Carnahan
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