Index: CTV Canada AM ♦ CUNY War on Choice ♦ Grit TV ♦ iVillage ♦ MSNBC Dylan Ratigan ♦ MSNBC Jansing & Co ♦ MSNBC News Nation ♦ MSNBC NOW ♦ O’Reilly Factor ♦ Women, Power and Politics at 92nd Street Y
This clip is from a panel discussion on MSNBC’s NOW with Alex Wagner to discuss the legislative battles on women’s reproductive rights being waged across the country. Watch the entire video here.
MSNBC News Nation
This is a clip from a News Nation report on MSNBC with Tameron Hall discussing the White House birth control compromise.
Why do we have to keep fighting these battles? I had the chance to give my answer to that question when I talked with with iVillage host Kelly Wallace and 2012 Election Editor and Correspondent Joanne Bamberger (aka Punditmom) about the many attacks on birth control and abortion.
MSNBC Jansing & Co
Interviewed on MSNBC’s Jansing & Company, This timely and relevant interview of Gloria followed Senator John McCain’s comments on Meet the Press and reports that the FTC could remove Rush Limbaugh from the air. Gloria discusses the perceived war on women, the contraception debate, and calls to the FCC to fire Rush Limbaugh for using hate speech.
My comments on GRITtv with Laura Flanders about what Sarah Palin means for Barack Obama’s bid for the presidency.
Women, Power and Politics at 92nd Street Y
It has been 90 years since women won the right to vote and yet women make up only 17 percent of Congress. Women are the majority of voters, but how are they using their voting power? What has happened to a progressive women’s agenda? Join us as we to discuss what it will take for women to reach political parity.
MSNBC Dylan Ratigan Show
The O’Reilly Factor
My response to Phyllis Schlafly’s comments that the Democrats have kept women in a subordinate position so that they will keep voting Democrat.
CTV Canada AM
My response to Sarah Palin’s speech at the 2008 Republican National Convention.
CUNY War on Choice
For 11 years, City University of New York’s Women to Women series provided in-depth interviews with women of distinction in the arts, education, journalism, health, politics, and social sciences. Hosted by Frances Degen Horowitz, President Emerita of the City University Graduate Center, this interview focused on reproductive freedoms.