from Thursday, September 13, 2012 at 10:00 AM
|More than forty years ago, dozens of women at Newsweek magazine filed the first class action lawsuit by female journalists against their employer. This hour, Kathleen Dunn talks to one of the women who took part in the lawsuit, as well as a young female journalist who works there now. Later this hour, we mark the tenth anniversary of the founding of the Peace Learning Center of Milwaukee, an organization that teaches conflict resolution skills to elementary school students.
10 - 10:30:
Lynn Povich - Editor-in-Chief of Working Woman magazine and Managing Editor/Senior Executive Producer for msnbc.com. She was the first woman Senior Editor of Newsweek, and her new book is The Good Girls Revolt: How the Women of Newsweek Sued their Bosses and Changed the Workplace
Jesse Ellison - Staff writer and Articles Editor at Newsweek and The Daily Beast
10:30 - 11:
Tara Serebin - Executive Director of the Peace Learning Center of Milwaukee
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