Because of rights, laws, and social norms, what it means to identify as a woman in America has changed immensely throughout the last century
The wage gap between men in women in Indiana is larger than the national average, and two experts in the field provide solutions to improving it.
Send us your questions about women serving prison sentences via livechat or Twitter while you listen Friday to our prerecorded conversation at the Craine House.
This week on Noon Edition: a conversation with Nobel Prize Winner Elinor Ostrom. She was in-studio talking about her whirlwind year and her work.
This week on Noon Edition, we discussed the constantly evolving roles of women in South Central Indiana.
Officials from Bloomington community organization Middle Way House — President of the Board Cindy Houston, Economic Development Coordinator Charlotte Zietlow, and Project Manager Cynthia Brubaker — join hosts Bob Zaltsberg and Mary Catherine Carmichael in studio.
Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg interviews Bloomington City Clerk Regina Moore, who has long sought to increase the number of women holding public office.