LADIES WHO LAUNCH
A Blue Shoe Podcast Production
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Your Family Circle Deals with School Shootings
Christine Merser interviews Marjie Longshore from Family Leadership Center around how to communicate with your children around their school safety.
One of the Groundbreaking OBGYN's on Abortions in the '70s (with Thomas Kerenyi)
With the week's recent events, Christine thought it was apropos to revisit an interview she did a few years ago with Dr. Thomas Kerenyi, former head of obstetrics at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and one of the few doctors to step up after Roe v. Wade and perform safe adoptions for women. Dr. Kerenyi describes the panel(of all men we might add)that determined if a women was eligible to receive an abortion, the importance of a woman's ability to receive a safe abortion, and an incredibly unique insight into the institution of Roe v. Wade established in 1970. A hero then and how hard it is to believe that we might be back in a time and place where Dr. Kerenyi, if he were still with us, would need to put his career on the line once again to save women's lives.
Women as First Time Home Buyers; Who Knew?
Listen as Christine Merser interviews data miner Jessica Lautz from the National Association of Real Estate Researchers. The organization recently released the numbers behind single women out purchasing single men as first time home buyers by 10%! But the really surprising info is that we have been doing it since the early 80’s and considering the fact that women couldn’t be guaranteed the right to get a mortgage before the mid seventies (yes, they could discriminate based on gender no matter how strong your credit was), it’s certainly worth noting. But what does it all mean? A great conversation about the numbers, and what needs to happen with them to better serve women.