Anika Rahman: Women Still Struggle in Wake of Recession [video]
Two years into what was characterized as a recovery, the latest unemployment numbers continue to paint a dire picture for women. Last week, Spotlight on Poverty, an anti-poverty initiative led by a diverse group of foundations, policymakers and advocates, posted the following webcast interview with Ms. Foundation President and CEO Anika Rahman, who discusses the ongoing relevance of the foundation's spring poll's findings and what she and growing numbers of people are calling a "womancession."
View the video here.
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