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The Equal Rights Amendment: "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex." This week, Shannon Fisher will share the history of the Equal Rights Amendment and the story of its continued and lengthy path to ratification. Most Americans believe the ERA is already in effect and are shocked to learn that there is still resistance to its ratification in 2014. Senator Ben Cardin recently held a two-hour briefing a...
Host Shannon Fisher moderated a panel of experts including prosecutors, law enforcement officers, legislators who have worked to enact laws to combat human trafficking, victim's rights advocates and survivors of the sex trade – all of whom share stories about the horrors they have witnessed and experienced. This broadcast, a partnership between the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. and UniteWomen.org, shines a light on this topic that is usually kept in the shadows. ...
Kayt Sukel - This is Your Brain on Sex: the Science Behind the Search for Love.  The book is an in-depth exploration of the neurobiology that contributes to human bonding and feelings of love, especially romantic love. Both informative and entertaining, This is Your Brain on Sex offers a glimpse into why we behave the way we do - and the amount control we actually have over our own actions and reactions to stimuli.
#JanetReno the first woman to serve as US attorney general has died at 78. #RIP
This week's Special Guest is Christy Birmingham. We will discuss her book, Pathways to Illumination, as well as her popular poetry blog, Poetic Parfait. A message from Christy: "I use my writing to help people who have struggled with issues such as depression and anxiety. When I published my book, Pathways to Illumination, it was a major turning point for me, as it gave me an opportunity to reach out to people and let them know that there really is a reason to look forward to tomorr...
Special Guest Host Michele J. Rolle is a Chief Mammography Technologist at a prominent Obstetrics and Gynecology practice, which she has represented in television, radio and print interviews. She has been compassionately educating women about breast health for more than 25 years. Michele has recently debuted her memoir, Invisible Warrior, an inspiring narrative that lays bare the struggles of her youth in the New York City projects and follows her into a triumphant adulthood. Michele will…
First Lady of Virginia Dorothy McAuliffe and former First Lady of Virginia (and wife of current Democratic VP nominee, Tim Kaine) Anne Holton held a roundtable discussion at Children's Village in Philadelphia, while there for Democratic National Convention, to draw attention to childhood hunger in America. The two women discuss ways we can address this issue as a society. The Authentic Woman, hosted by Shannon Fisher, offers personal and societal perspectives on the American experience. ...
The Authentic Woman host, Shannon Fisher, is proud to welcome 17-year-old author, Hope Bolinger, as her guest this week to discuss her newly released novel, Unmasked. Hope has written everything from poems to short stories to scripts - and now has published a full-length novel (the first in a series). Hope wrote Unmasked when she was 16, during her junior year in High School in Hudson, Ohio. The book is filled with deep insight into human nature and timeless religious themes. Several of…
Shannon's guest this week, Korina Lopez, is an accomplished journalist who has worked for media giants such as USA TODAY and The Washington Post. She is a reporter, critic, online producer, social media strategist and video host. She has covered a number of noteworthy artists, and has earned the title of "pop-culture pundit." In addition to pop culture, Lopez tries to shine a light on cultural and social issues and give a voice to those who can't afford a publicist. Korina ...
The State of Women's Rights in America. Terry O'Neill, President of the National Association for Women (NOW), and Karen Teegarden, President of UniteWomen.org.
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