Tag: "Women in politics"

Encouraging Women To Go Into ‘Whatever Direction Is Possible’

Encouraging Women To Go Into ‘Whatever Direction Is Possible’

April 16, 2014 with

Rep. Suzan DelBene, D-Wash., talks about importance of having more women in technology fields, encouraging engagement in science, tech from early age

Politics: ‘When Women Run, They Win’ (VIDEO)

Politics: ‘When Women Run, They Win’ (VIDEO)

September 20, 2012 with

Director for the Center for Women and Politics on how 2012 could be landmark year for women winning office

From Community Organizer to Politician: A ‘Natural Transition’ (VIDEO)

From Community Organizer to Politician: A ‘Natural Transition’ (VIDEO)

August 22, 2012 with

How the first African American elected to the Binghamton, N.Y., City Council is making a difference

Boomer Women Pioneers Help Relaunch Global Women’s Movement

Boomer Women Pioneers Help Relaunch Global Women’s Movement

April 6, 2012 with

How veterans of the first feminist revolution like Hillary Clinton and Meryl Streep are encouraging younger women to band together

Running in Heels: What’s Holding Women Back From Running for Office?

Running in Heels: What’s Holding Women Back From Running for Office?

March 29, 2012 with

Sandra Fluke, Nicolle Wallace, Chelsea Clinton talk about why more women don’t run for office in the U.S.

Running in Heels: Where Are the Women Candidates?

Running in Heels: Where Are the Women Candidates?

March 22, 2012 with

Chelsea Clinton, Sandra Fluke, and more help engage women in politics at NYC event; submit your questions via Facebook

Where Are All the Women Farmers?

Where Are All the Women Farmers?

March 9, 2012 with

The Broad Side’s Diana Prichard laments the lack of female farmers in the U.S.

Celebrate Women’s Equality Day and Female Leadership

Celebrate Women’s Equality Day and Female Leadership

August 11, 2011 with

Women’s Equality Day is Friday 26, celebrating the passage of the 19th Amendment; political blogger Cheryl Contee on the 91st anniversary of the female right to vote.