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To The Contrary Podcast, August 14th 2015

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Re-Air: Entitlements; Lawmakers proposing restrictions to welfare. Discipline in Public Schools; Are minority girls disciplined in school more harshly than others? PANEL: Anushay Hossain, Jennifer Marshall, Danielle Moodie-Mills, and Darlene Kennedy.

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To The Contrary Podcast, July 31st 2015

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Bacha Posh: A young Afghan girl dressed up and raised as a boy. Night Shelters: A shelter in India that offers protection for young children. Child Brides: young girls being married off in India. Child Slavery: Once child slave Shyima Hall tells her story. PANEL: Megan Beyer; Darlene Kennedy; Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton; Rina Shah Bharara; Kim Gandy; Kellyanne Conway; Anushay Hossain

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To The Contrary Podcast, July 24th, 2015

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Stopping sexual assault has become the focus of two institutions: higher education and the military. We take a look at what has been done and what more could be done to stop more people from becoming victims. PANEL: Ellie Smeal. Darlene Kennedy, Jenifer Rajkumar, Amber Smith

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To The Contrary Podcast, July 17 2015

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Millennial Feminists: Some older feminists say millennials are not as feminist as they hoped. Meanwhile, some young women flood social media with #WhyIDontNeedFeminism. Armchair Activism: Are young feminist activists spending too much time online and not doing enough in the "real world"?

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To The Contrary Podcast, July 3rd 2015

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Part I: The threats to our food supply, including illness and environmental factors. PANEL: Danielle Moodie-Mills, Amber Smith, Rina Shah, Debra Carnahan Part II: the transportation of goods. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Norton Holmes, Karin Agness, Erin Matson, Clara Del Villar

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To The Contrary Podcast, June 26th, 2015

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Racist Violence: Author Chloe Angyal's op-ed on white women's passive role in racist attacks. Hollywood vs. Congress: Actress Meryl Streep's call to action for equal rights for women. Freelance Economy: why the head of the Freelancers Union says freelancing is feminist. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Sabrina Schaeffer, Lara Brown, Rina Shah Bharara

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To The Contrary Podcast, June 19th 2015

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State of the World's Fathers: This Father's Day, we take a look at a report on how fatherhood is evolving, along with a panel made up of fathers. HeForShe: The progress of the UN's campaign to get men involved in gender equality. #TheNew10: Women will start appearing on $10 bills in 2020. PANEL: Joseph Jones, Christopher Johnson, David Martosko, Colbert King

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To The Contrary Podcast, June 12th, 2015

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Michelle Obama: The First Lady speaks on race relations and becoming a role model. Workplace Priorities: A new IWF study finds women value different things at work. Human Trafficking: The efforts made by Catholic Charities of Arkansas to stop trafficking in America. PANEL: Sam Bennett, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Karin Agness, Francesca Chambers

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The Foreign Service: In Search of Diversity

May 29, 2015 | Listen »

Foreign Service Officers are the face of America around the world. At a time in the not so distant past, FSOs were almost always white, middle to upper class and from the Northeast. Today, there are more women and minorities, but they are underrepresented. The State Department is working to remake the institution into one that looks like America today; diverse and multi-cultural.

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To The Contrary Podcast, May 22nd, 2015

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Femvertising: including women on ad campaigns has proven successful for huge corporations. "#RapeHoax": A smear campaign against Columbia grad Emma Sulkowicz blames her of falsely accusing a fellow student of rape. Food Security: The second part of our series on food security investigates the transportation of goods. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Norton Holmes, Karin Agness, Erin Matson, Clara Del Villar

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At Last

September 27, 2016 At Last

By Sallie Bingham

Last night’s debate—hardly even a debate, in the usual sense—proved to me and to many others that we have a winner in Hillary Clinton, a “Happy Warrior” in her bright-red suit and gleaming smile, as a commentator called her, a winner who is happy in winning and who brings joy to my heart—and to many others.

Her nomination, and soon, her election (by no means assured unless we all get out there and phone bank and canvas and vote) measures a big, although nearly invisible, shift in American culture, one that was taking place during the two decades when some of us felt we were stranded in the old way.

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Shootings & Racial Unrest; A Historical Senate Race

September 23, 2016 Shootings & Racial Unrest; A Historical Senate Race

This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss the killings of black men and women by police and the historic California senate race.

On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Journalist Anushay Hossain, Washington Examiner’s Ashe Schow, Conservative Commentator Dana White, and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC).

Click read more to see what they had to say!

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