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3 Women 3 Ways radio shows feature world recognized experts and researchers to deliver current, objective and engaging information to raise awareness of social justice issues especially gendered violence and equality.

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GENDER AND THE LAW Do you think of women and law only when it comes to family law, reproductive rights, domestic violence and employment? Most folks always have thought that these are the only areas of law of particular interest to... more

Katharine T. Bartlett, A. Kenneth Pye Professor of Law, served as Dean of Duke Law School from 2000-2007. She teaches family law, employment discrimination law, gender and law, and contracts, and publishes widely in the fields of family... more

EXPERT WITNESSES: HOW BIAS AND UNRELIABILITY CAN AFFECT YOUR COURT CASE Anyone who watches TV, or goes through a custody battle, or knows someone who has tangled with the courts, knows what an expert witness... more

HOW DOES A VICTIM MAKE THE DECISION TO LEAVE? A lot of time and energy has been spent trying to figure out intimate partner violence, and one of the biggest questions we still have is: what prompts a victim to leave? Is it a... more

FEMINISM IN THE 21ST CENTURY Feminists wore bustles, marched for the vote, burned their bras and demanded equality. So is it mission accomplished? Why are some women rejecting feminism? Why are some men embracing it?... more

It's no secret to those who experience or work with intimate partner violence, that the violence often creeps (or crashes) into the workplace, either directly or indirectly by affecting the environment, the interactions, and the well-being of... more

WHO'S LAUGHING AT THAT? SEXIST HUMOR We've all heard the sexist jokes, the (really!) rape jokes, the humor that has some laughing and some biting their tongues. If we don't laugh, we have no sense of humor. If we do laugh, are we... more

TREATING TRAUMATIZED KIDS: WHY YOU SHOULD CARE Death, family violence, abuse, bullying…it's all traumatic, and it will happen in one form or another to more than two-thirds of American kids by the time they are 16. Some... more

THE SAFE CHILD ACT Would you be surprised to know that there is no law that says a judge has to make a kid's health and safety the first priority when determining custody in a divorce? Every day judges decide where a child will... more

EXPERT WITNESSES: HOW BIAS AND UNRELIABILITY CAN AFFECT YOUR COURT CASE Anyone who watches TV, or goes through a custody battle, or knows someone who has tangled with the courts, knows what an expert witness... more

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