Elizabeth Warren is being touted as a possible “spoiler” against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. The Green family behind Hobby Lobby aims to build a bible museum in Washington, DC. How Female Genital Mutilation affects American women and girls. PANEL: Cari Dominguez, Debra Carnahan, Darlene Kennedy, Anushay HossainWatch Video
The President spars with Congress on how to handle the immigration crisis. A teacher says discrimination based on sexual orientation is the same as gender discrimination. Ritu Sharma of Women Thrive Worldwide on why helping women can help entire communities. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Francesca Chambers, Patrice Lee, Patricia SosaWatch Video
Photographer Mark Tuschman dedicates himself to raising awareness on international issues regarding women and children. Now he is launching a campaign to fund the publishing of his book: click hereWatch Video
Obama & Border Crisis: The President spars with Congress on how to handle the immigration crisis. Gay Rights: A teacher says ...
A new report commissioned by Sen. Claire McCaskill shows that colleges are not addressing the problem of rape on campus. ...
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss Hillary Clinton vs. Senator Elizabeth Warren, Hobby Lobby, and Female Genital Mutilation.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Former EEOC Chair Cari Dominguez, Former Judge & Federal Prosecutor Debra Carnahan, Conservative Commentator Darlene Kennedy, and Journalist Anushay Hossain.
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This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss Border Crisis Politics, Gay Rights, and the new book Teach a Woman to Fish.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Francesca Chambers of the Daily Mail, DC Congresswoman Del. Norton (D), Independent Women’s Forum Senior Fellow Patrice Lee, and Progressive Commentator Patricia Sosa.
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The rattle of thousands of tiny pieces of glass pouring from buckets and Tupperware was the steady soundtrack in the basement of Courtland Place — a senior housing project in the Columbia City neighborhood — last Tuesday morning.
One of the reasons so few women work in tech is that few choose to study computer science or engineering. Only 18 percent of computer science graduates in the United States are women, down from 37 percent in 1985.
Moira Forbes has worked with the world’s most influential female executives and entrepreneurs. The president and publisher of ForbesWoman says that, despite their unique stories, they share a common trait.
It’s sometimes hard to remember that Sally Ride, born in 1951, faced many obstacles, yet pioneered great changes for women. As Lynn Sherr, an ABC News reporter who covered NASA’s space-shuttle program from 1981-1986 writes in her interesting new biography, “Sally Ride: America’s First Woman in Space” (Simon & Schuster, 320 pp., $28), not only was Ride America’s first woman in space, ending “an all-male cowboy culture” of astronauts, but she also earned a doctorate in physics and was the first woman “CapCom” (capsule communicator) on a shuttle mission. She served as flight engineer on the seventh shuttle mission, taught at universities, wrote children’s books, started her own business, was a board member of several major companies, and became the only person to serve on government commissions that examined both the Challenger and Columbia shuttle disasters.
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