A viral video this week, shows why Toya Graham is being called “mother of the year”. The presidential race now includes a new female contender. To The Contrary spoke with actress, producer and activist Salma Hayek about her efforts to help women and children. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Rina Shah Bharara, Avis Jones DeWeever, Patrice LeeWatch Video
The Vatican cut short its investigation of the largest order of American nuns. Interim CEO Ellen Pao bans salary negotiations for entry-level positions in an attempt to level the playing field. Is motherhood a career?Watch Video
The start of Hillary's presidential run is imminent. How the wage gap persists in so-called liberal institutions and in the offices of Democrats. ew research shows some students may be putting themselves in danger.Watch Video
Baltimore Mom: Why Toya Graham is being called ?mother of the year" for her actions in a viral video. Carly Fiorina: The ...
The Nigerian army rescued over 500 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram have been rescued by. And 10 men have been jailed for the ...
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A waitress who left a message for Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on his receipt at a barbecue restaurant said she thought it was more important to promote education funding than to get a tip.
Nearly 30 percent of Ohio’s farmers are women, but data may still underestimate women’s role in agriculture.
In a major speech delivered last week in the wake of unrest in Baltimore, Hillary Clinton made a stirring and unequivocal case for reforming the criminal justice system. “There is something profoundly wrong when African American men are still far more likely to be stopped and searched by police, charged with crimes, and sentenced to longer prison terms than are meted out to their white counterparts,” Clinton said. “There is something wrong when a third of all black men face the prospect of prison during their lifetimes.”
Congo-Brazzaville Bans Muslim Women From Wearing Full-Face Veils, Citing Terrorism Prevention (Int'l)May 05, 2015 | Read More »
(RNS) Congo-Brazzaville, a Central African nation, has banned women from wearing a full-face veil in public, saying it wanted to prevent terrorist acts. Recently, the country has witnessed an increased influx of Muslims as people affected by the war in the neighboring Central African Republic seek refuge from revenge attacks committed by the Seleka coalition and pro-Christian anti-Balaka militias.
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On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Republican Strategist Rina Shah, Incite Unlimited President Avis Jones-DeWeever, Senior Fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum Patrice Lee
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