Feminism

Feminism

Podcast
Sep 24, 2009

Women and the pharmaceutical industry

Redeye
Women have good reason to be wary of prescription drugs after decades of poorly-tested drugs from thalidomide 50 years ago to HRT now. A new book tackles women and drug policy in Canada.
Blog
Sep 23, 2009

Daily Pulse: Uncharted territory

Lindsay Beyerstein
Media Consortium Blogger
The public option remains in limbo. The Senate Finance Committee is fine-tuning the bill it unveiled last week, which does not include a public option.
Blog
Sep 22, 2009

Daily Pulse: Women's health beyond pink ribbons

Lindsay Beyerstein
Media Consortium Blogger
While the Senate Finance Committee tinkers with the Baucus Bill, First Lady Michelle Obama is taking center stage in the health care reform debate.
Blog
Sep 21, 2009

Canadian newswomen shut out of primetime

Alex Samur
While the U.S., U.K. and Australia have moved to introduce solo female news readers on primetime weeknight newscasts, there are currently no women featured on English Canada's national newscasts.
Blog
Sep 1, 2009

Empower women to save the world

Kelly Crichton
Just about everyone working in development projects around the world has known the secret to success for some time -- put women in charge and your chances of a positive outcome are greatly enhanced.
Podcast
Aug 21, 2009

The Body Politic

The F Word
F Word hosts Leslie Wilkin and Alicia Costa analyze and discuss media, activism and their own body experiences in an effort to explore the role of feminism in the changing body politic.
Podcast
Aug 20, 2009

The reality of women, sport and sexuality

The F Word
Acclaimed sports journalist Laura Robinson is interviewed by Ellie Gordon-Moershel on the important issues surrounding women's sport and her book titled Black Tights: Women, Sport and Sexuality.

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