Thursday, Apr 26 2007

Feminism Today

It's the "f" word you don't hear as much anymore -- feminism. But issues that confronted women thirty years ago remain as pressing as ever, whether it's reproductive rights, equal pay or the challenges of balancing childcare and work. We...

Thursday, Apr 26 2007

Diversity and the Intelligence Community

Most organizations in government and business recognize the value of diversity in today's workforce, whether in terms of race, culture, language or life experience. And in an era of shifting demographics and non-state threats, America's...

Thursday, Apr 26 2007

Hiking Expeditions in Washington

The Washington area offers remarkable hiking trails for the novice or ardent hiker. And you don't have to drive sixty miles to find them -- although hiking guru Paul Elliott did. Join Kojo as we explore the advantages of hiking in this...

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