September is Suicide Awareness Month. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S., but veterinarians are dying by suicide at higher numbers than others. In general, men end their lives more often than women, but women attempt suicide more often. Female veterinarians are 2.4 times more likely to die from suicide than […]
Working women had slowly been making progress before the pandemic hit. Then working mothers, women in the hospitality industry, women of color, and even women in senior management positions were forced to leave the job market in numbers disproportionate to men. According to Gallup Panel data, women workers are lagging behind their male counterparts when […]
Gabrielle Javier-Cerulli is Madison-area mixed media artist, art workshop leader, and author. She holds a degree in expressive arts therapy and mental health counseling, and she’s currently an Artist and Program Coordinator for Dane Arts Mural Arts. Javier-Cerulli joins Her Turn host Sande Janagold on Her Turn to talk about Dane Arts, myriad public art […]
Voting is imperative for LGBTQ people this election. Her Turn reporter, Sande Janagold, talks with Cathy Renna, Communications Liaison for the LGBTQ Task Force to find out why. (photo: Sogand Gh from Unsplash)
Carla Williams and guests talk about what it really means to deliver quality education to students of color and what it takes for others to visualize this future of education and knowledge.
Boko Haram returns some of the women they kidnapped in 2014. A young rape victim castrates her assailant. Iranian women are given the illusion of voting, again. And our own HTN reporter Kathy Lin talks about a new novel about Chinese tribes in which women are the highest in power. Sources used:http://www.nbcnews.com/http://indianexpress.com/http://www.bbc.com/https://www.thelocal.fr/https://www.rt.com/ […]