March is Women's History Month! As part of To The Contrary's celebration of Women's History Month, we introduce you to the first female pharaoh of Egypt, Hatshepsut. See how she left her mark on the country thousands of years after her reign. Stay tuned for more during March!Watch Video
A new report on Women In The Media shows women remain underrepresented. Are Sochi Olympic courses too dangerous for women? Mountaintop Removal in West Virginia threatens residents' lives. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Mercedes Viana Schlapp, Kim Gandy, Rina Shah, Janet KeatingWatch Video
Women In Media: The 2014 annual Women In The Media report shows that women remain underrepresented; Sochi Olympic Courses: ...
First Lady Michelle Obama presented the 2014 International Women of Courage Award to women who were exceptional leaders in ...
The number of women in senior management shows no improvement in recent years, despite growing positive sentiment among businesses toward quotas and signs that legislation is moving in that direction in Europe at least.
Former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton on Tuesday compared Russian President Vladimir Putin's aggression in Ukraine to actions taken by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler outside Germany in the run-up to World War II.
A comprehensive and damning report published Wednesday revealed the “extensive” levels of abuse faced by women across the 28-member states in the European Union.
Children's perception of gender roles may be changing, according to new research that studied hundreds of children's drawings from around the world. Therapists and educators analyze children's drawings to make important decisions about their psychological health and abilities. It's generally considered normal for boys to draw monsters and machines and for girls to prefer nature and animals images.
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This week on To The Contrary, our panelists discuss the 2014 Women In The Media Report, whether Sochi's Olympic courses are too extreme for women, and Mountain Top Removal that threatens lives in West Virginia.
PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Republican Strategist Rina Shah; CEO of National Network to End Domestic Violence Kim Gandy; Former Bush White House Aide Mercy Viana Schlapp; Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition’s Janet Keating
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