To The Contrary
May 18, 2012
For the first time in U.S. history, white newborns are outnumbered by babies of color; the U.S. Army recently made history by officially opening jobs in combat battalions to women, but direct ground combat roles are still exclusive to men; To The Contrary travels to China to explore the role the U.S. Foreign Service plays in diplomacy overseas.
Mass Shootings; Arianna Huffington's Thrive; Maya AngelouBecoming Papa: Fathers Key to Gender JusticeJill Abramson; GOP Women; Women's History MuseumNigerian Schoolgirls; Teen Pregnancy Lows; InfertilitySexual Assault; Feminist Men; Girls Abducted; Child SlaveryThe Drying of America: Too Many People, Too Little WaterConfidence Gap; Sex Assault Normalized; Jesus FeministSebelius Resigns; Women Voters; At-Home-Moms; Women VeteransEqual Pay Day 2014Equal Pay Study; Campaign Finance; Modern TechnologyCarter & Religion; Marriage & Divorce; Cindy ChupackContraception Cases; Ban Bossy; Congresswomen & LeadershipWomen In Media; Sochi Olympic Courses; Mountain Top RemovalWendy Davis; Women-Owned Businesses; Jane PauleySochi Olympics & LGBT; Vatican vs. United Nations; EEOCUnwed Mothers; Feminist Infighting; Spelman CollegeObama vs. Sexual Assault; Divorce & Religion; Gimme ShelterUN Scrutinizes Vatican, "Viagra For Women", Pollution LeakShriver Report & Poverty, Online Misogyny, AgeismWomen CEOs; Feminist Advertising; PastrixContraception Mandate; Parental Custody Laws; Jezebel.com
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