The topic of this episode is the social injustice women face, and both segments take a closer look at some of the societal challenges women face as 2017 approaches. First, Lindsay Weiner sits down with retired Judge Flora Barth Wolf, who sat on the Court of Common Pleas, and Angela Giampolo, an attorney and activist. They discuss what the current political climate means for women’s legal and reproductive rights. Next, Mia McNeely speaks with Lieutenant Krista Dahl-Campbell of the Philadelphia Police Department and journalist Bobbi Booker about abuse against women and how such abuse is handled by the police and the media.
Angela discusses transphobia within the LGBT community and that the fight for Trans rights at work is a fight the entire LGBT community should be fighting for.
Gina Passarella of The Legal Intelligencer presents a brief review of the history of LGBT rights through Obergefell.
Angela and Same Malone, host of the Sam Malone Radio Show, discuss trans bathroom rights and the failure of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO).
Angela and Anthony Haller, of Blank Rome, talk with Christopher Naughton about companies and the rights of trans employees.
Angela helps Paul and Kelly analyze the Grimm case in Virginia and how schools should protect the bathroom choice rights of transgender students.