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Fetal Viability, Long an Abortion Dividing Line, Faces a Supreme Court Test
The New York Times

November 30, 2021  | Read More »

In 1973, in Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court drew a line. The Constitution, it said, did not allow states to ban abortions before the fetus could survive outside the womb. On Wednesday, when the court hears the most important abortion case in a generation, a central question will be whether the court’s conservative majority is prepared to erase that line.

Black Catholics Have a Right to be Frustrated with a Church that Ignores Racism

November 30, 2021  | Read More »

November is Black Catholic History Month, but the faithful’s ignorance of the historical issues of race, racism and invisibility continue to strain Black Catholics' relationship with American Catholics and bishops.

‘He Fell on my Body, Then Bit Me’: What it’s Really Like to Work in TV as a Woman
The Guardian

November 30, 2021  | Read More »

The television industry has a problem with the way it treats women. According to a survey by Film + TV Charity, 39% of female employees have experienced sexual harassment at work, while 67% have experienced bullying.

Support Women Entrepreneurs Beyond Social Media Shares This Season
Inside Business

November 30, 2021  | Read More »

First officially recognized in 2013, Women’s Entrepreneurship Day is celebrated internationally Nov. 19. A day set aside to honor, celebrate and support women entrepreneurs is a great idea, but without solid information and intention, it can quickly pass as a day full of cute — but meaningless — memes and social media actions that feed algorithms but do nothing to actually support the women entrepreneurs in our community.


TTC's Focus on Women in Afghanistan amid Chaos

August 20, 2021

We continue interviewing some of the most important thought leaders as we cover the chaos in Afghanistan and its impact on women.

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Extras - Full interviews on Transgender Athlete Controversy
and What was said on TTC

July 06, 2021 <B>Extras </B>- Full interviews on Transgender Athlete Controversy <br> and What was said on TTC

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. 

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