Play Biden's Family Plan; Non-Religious Women

Biden's Family Plan: How will the president's "American Families Plan" help, and how much will it cost? Non-Religious Women: The percentage of women who do not belong to organized religion is higher than ever. PANEL: Carrie Lukas, Tiana Lowe, Erin Matson, Aisha Mills

Play Women & Vaccination; Sexual Assault Awareness

Women & Vaccination: How should news about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine causing blood clots in extremely rare cases affect how women manage risk? Sexual Assault Awareness: How the government, non-profits, and companies are fighting domestic violence and rape in different areas. Panel: Dr. Avis Jones DeWeever, Patrice Onwuka, Debra Carnahan & Genevieve Wood

Play Woman Thought Leader: Brooke Baldwin

We speak with Brooke Baldwin, who recently left the anchor desk at CNN to discuss what prompted the move and what's next. We also discuss her book, "Huddle," in which she talks about the power of solidarity among women.

Play Pandemic Impact On Equality; Black & Asian American

Fmr. Rep Donna Edwards, HuffPost DC Bureau Chief Amanda Terkel, Patrice Onwuka of IWF, and Republican Strategist Ann Stone on the pandemic creating more inequality and prompting sexual harassment complaints in workplace, the U.S. makes strides in the World Economic Forum's latest survey on equality, and how African American and Asian American women are fighting together against discrimination.

Play Women & Guns; VP Harris On Immigration

Political Commentator Avis Jones DeWeever, Republican Strategist Rina Shah, Washington Examiner Columnist Tiana Lowe, Democratic Strategist Hilary Rosen discuss the increase in female gun ownership across all populations in the U.S., and Vice President Kamala Harris's new role dealing diplomatically with immigration on our southern border.

Play Woman Thought Leader: Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Violence against women and children is prevalent worldwide. In Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women's Rights, Ayaan Hirsi Ali takes a look at how violence, harassment, and the reporting of criminal acts against women have changed. Are women now more comfortable addressing these harmful situations especially in areas like the Middle East or Europe?

Play The 30th Season - How The World Changed For Women

In this week's special episode, we take a look back through 30 years of To The Contrary. How have things changed for women, families, and diverse communities? We also discuss immigration. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Genevieve Wood, Debra Carnahan, Linda Chavez

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