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Why women’s voices matter

I recently attended a talk by the Right Honourable Kim Campbell, Canada’s first and only woman Prime Minister. The talk was called, “Women’s Voices: What difference do they make?” It was about women’s unique life experiences and the consequences of ignoring women’s perspectives in politics, business and media. 1,287 more words

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RMC Talks the 2014 Midterm Elections in NYC!

Last night marked our last event for 2014 and it was a great way to wrap up the election season! Thanks to our members and supporters who came out to hear from our outstanding panel. 617 more words

2005 The Women's Conference North Carolina and South Carolina

Held on multiple dates in September, The Conference On Women looked at ways women in the Carolina’s could actively become involved with and engaged in changing their future. 337 more words


Where are the women? Not leading House committees

When House committee leaders were announced, Candice Miller’s name stuck out.

Even though a record number of women will be serving in the new Congress, Michigan’s Miller will be the only woman among the 21 House committee leaders next term. 443 more words


Looks do not define credibility in politics

November 12, 2014 | Alyssa Sanford, Signal Correspondent

“Shake it off.”

That’s what U.S. Senate candidate — and eventual winner — Joni Ernst (IA-R) said to a crowd of cheering supporters, after retiring Sen. 591 more words

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Two Democratic women win narrow House victories

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Two House races that were too close to call ended Wednesday with victories for Democratic incumbents.

In New York, Republican Mark Assini called Rep. 177 more words


A Woman Should Not Get Involved In Her Husband's Business

A wife getting involved in her husband’s business should ultimately be looked upon as a bad thing. Men used to be shamed if their wives worked and a married woman getting involved in business was frowned upon. 470 more words