As the pandemic’s effects impacted individuals all across the country, women were hit especially hard. They experienced higher rates of unemployment than men, upending careers over the last 18 months. But now, these same women are ready to get back into the workforce and tackle a new industry.
Afghanistan's Female Students Were Banned from Studying. Now Some Are Finding New Ways to Learn
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There was an almost surreal quiet in the classroom at Kabul University on the morning of Sunday, Aug. 15. It was the start of the school week, and the financial-management professor had just begun answering questions posed by the students. Then, a young man burst through the doors, a look of frantic terror in his eyes.
The NCAA spends more on male athletes than female ones on average, especially when it comes to the few championship events seen as the organization's big money makers.
Some informed readers might have been rejoicing in recent years that the gender gap in pay has generally been shrinking, albeit not quickly enough.
We continue interviewing some of the most important thought leaders as we cover the chaos in Afghanistan and its impact on women.Read More »
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss Bill Cosby’s release from prison and the future of the #MeToo movement, as well as transgender athletes and the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. We have links to the full interviews with our experts, Joanna Harper and Donna Lopiano on transgender athletes.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is former Maryland US Representative Donna Edwards, Independent Women’s Voices’ Senior Policy Analyst Patrice Onwuka, Professor Lara Brown of George Washington University, and Washington Examiner Commentary Writer Tiana Lowe.Read More »
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