A new study shows that young girls do not picture a woman when they think of a politician. Few girls studied drew a female figure when asked to imagine a politician. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Rina Shah, Sam Bennett, Carrie Lukas
After the Supreme Court declined to block Texas's restrictive abortion law, activists have raised alarms that the court will overturn or completely neuter Roe v. Wade. We speak with the president of Planned Parenthood, Alexis McGill Johnson, about this development.
We speak with our longtime panelist and CEO of Across Red Lines, Manal Omar, about the current developing situation in Afghanistan. We take a particular focus on the challenges and perils faced by Afghan women.
After the fall of Kabul, we speak with Annie Pforzheimer, former. acting deputy assistant secretary of state for Afghanistan, about the perils women face in Afghanistan.
A survey conducted by Dating.com revealed that people are now open to in-person dates post this phase of the pandemic. Daters tend to spend more now that the country is opening up. Panel: Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever, Linda Chavez, Lara Brown, Tiana Lowe
How important is it for women to continue to focus on pursuing higher degrees in order to achieve full equality in the workplace? We discuss with Tiana Lowe, who reacts to news that the Wharton School would have more women than men in their incoming MBA class.
According to a survey conducted by The Conference Board, women and millennials find themselves more productive working remotely. A long with additional factors including Covid-19, many of the people surveyed prefer working from home. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Erin Matson, Rina Shah, Ann Stone
First Lady Jill Biden appears on the cover of Vogue , but Former First Lady Melania Trump was not on the cover while she was First Lady.... Why is that? Our panelists have some thoughts on the matter. Panelists: Former Representative Donna Edwards (D-MD), GWU Professor Lara Brown, Independent Women's Voice's Patrice Onwuka, and Washington Examiner Commentary Writer, Tiana Lowe
Can you be an ally to the LGBT community if you oppose transgender athletes? That is the question we ask our panel. PANEL: Patrice Onwuka, Fmr. Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD), Tiana Lowe, Lara Brown
The musical "In The Heights" received rave reviews coming in second in the box office its opening week. However, critics question the erasure of the Afro-Latinx community in casting. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Rina Shah Bharara, Hilary Rosen, Ann Stone
Parenting experts have come together to create new ways to support fathers and increase equality in unpaid care work. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Ann Stone, Hilary Rosen, Rina Shah
The US Mint will issue over the course of four years, a new design to the quarter featuring prominent women. The first two honorees are poet Maya Angelou and Sally Ride, the first American woman in space. Panel: Linda Chavez, Fmr. Rep. Donna Edwards, Carrie Lukas, Megan Beyer
The House's D.C. Statehood Bill passed back in April. Now we await the Senate's decision. To The Contrary panelist and one of the main supporters of the Bill, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), discusses the future for the District.
Is there a "gender hierarchy" when it comes to women and the Church. We speak with author and professor, Beth Allsion Barr, PhD about the woman's role in the church and how subordination or lack thereof plays a part.
A new study finds that women tend to take more initiative when it comes to household responsibilities and problem-solving than men. Panel: Aisha Mills, Carrie Lukas, Erin Matson, Tiana Lowe
According to a Standford University study, women experience more "zoom fatigue" than men. Determining factors could be psychological and personality differences, age, or even race. Are women more stressed and worried during this pandemic? The panel weighs in. Panel: Debra Carnahan, Patrice Onwuka
South Dakotas Republican Governor Kristi Noem used executive orders banning transgender girls and women from competing on women’s sports teams at public high schools and colleges. The panel discusses. Panel: Fmr. Rep Donna Edwards (D-MD), Patrice Onwuka, Amanda Terkel, Ann Stone
Pulitzer winning author Joann Lublin talks to us about the changing role of fathers in the lives of children, and how businesses have changed to adapt to this new reality.
Is the ending of this best selling book realistic? We ask author Yaa Gyasi about the ending to Homegoing as we continue our Black History Month coverage.