Women forming part of Afghani president Ashraf Ghani's delegation say support from the US is vital. The closing of Sweet Briar College may point toward a demise of all-women's schools. We speak with one of the woman behind the first mosque in the US for women only.Watch Video
Beijing+20: How far have women come and what still needs to be done, 20 years after the famed women's conference? Hillary Clinton Doctrine: How much has Hillary Clinton done to improve women's lives? "War on Women": Democrats say it's back, while Republicans say it's over.Watch Video
Minority families do not have nearly as much in savings as white families do. In their third attempt, Sprout Pharmaceutical believes their drug to help women with HSDD will be approved. Angelina Jolie executive produces an Ethiopian film about child brides.Watch Video
Beijing+20: How far have women come and what still needs to be done, 20 years after the famed women's conference? Hillary ...
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Sweet Briar College in Virginia will close its doors in May, after 114 years of teaching women at its scenic campus in western Virginia.
Imagine if 90% of American women walked off their jobs one day to protest the gender wage gap. That's precisely what the women of Iceland did on Oct. 24, 1975. Now celebrated annually as "Women's Day Off," the holiday remembers the 25,000 women (more than one-tenth of the entire population at the time) who gathered in the capital of Reykjavik to protest economic inequality for women, from unequal pay in the workplace to women's uncompensated housework and child care at home.
The Supreme Court hasn’t tackled the workplace rights of pregnant employees since 1991, so yesterday was a landmark day if you are a woman — or care about women.
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In the spring of 1772, wealthy Bostonians John and Susannah Wheatley sent a frail teenage girl to the fresh air of the countryside, hoping that the change of locale would spare her from maladies afflicting Bostonians. During her stay in the country, which to many colonial Bostonians was Dorchester, she grew stronger. Her name was Phillis, and she was a slave who would become the first black poetess in America to publish her work.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is President,Center For American Progress Neera Tanden; Republican Pollster Kellyanne Conway; Liberal Commentator Erin Matson; and Republican Strategist Rina Shah,
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This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss the retirement gap, "female Viagra," and the Ethiopian film Difret, with executive producer Angelina Jolie.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), IWF Executive Director Sabrina Schaeffer, Civil Rights Lawyer Jenifer Rajkumar,The Daily Mail’s Francesca Chambers
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