HuffPost Live discussing sequestration’s impact on real people.
NPR’s “The Takeaway” discussing new numbers on women as breadwinners and the rise of single mothers.
The Matthew Filipowicz Show discussing the many ways sequestration is hurting the poor.
The Nation “Nation Conversations” podcast discussing the fiscal cliff deal and the coming crises.
The American Prospect’s “Vox and Friends” podcast discussing the fiscal cliff deal and the failure to reauthorize VAWA.
Uprising Radio on KPFK discussing how the fiscal cliff deal impacts low- and middle-income Americans.
The Matthew Filipowicz Show discussing how the fiscal cliff will hit poor people, especially women and children, the hardest.
HuffPost Live discussing the causes of America’s declining birth rate.
HuffPost Live discussing why a woman should replace Timothy Geithner as Treasury Secretary.
Bloggingheads with Nancy Folbre discussing how to better value care work.
The Geraldo Rivera Radio Show discussing why the 2012 Republican platform is bad for women with the RNC spokesperson.
Bloggingheads with Ramesh Ponnuru discussing the causes of the gender wage gap.
AM 1310′s “First Shift with Tony Trupiano” discussing reasons to support Title IX.
Wisconsin Public Radio’s “The Joy Cardin Show” discussing public sector layoffs.
NY1′s “Inside City Hall” discussing women voters, the economics of contraception, and the GOP.
Bloggingheads with The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson discussing whether women are really poised to take over the economy.
New Hampshire Public Radio’s “Word of Mouth” discussing whether women really “won” the recession.
The David Sirota show discussing whether the mancession meme was a result of misogyny.
The American Prospect’s “Vox and Friends” podcast discussing the personhood movement and Rick Santorum.
NY1′s “Inside City Hall” discussing growing inequality, Occupy Wall Street, and what FDR would do.
Radio show “Jill on Money” discussing the tactics used by the credit card industry to reap profits off of consumers.
The Roosevelt Institute discussing how the credit card industry evolved to perfect the art of keeping consumers in debt.
The Nation’s “Nation Conversations” podcast discussing the dilemmas parents face in finding child care.
RT America discussing the resurgence of debtors prison in the US.
Women Action Media’s Wam-It-Yourself conference in New York City, discussing the challenges and opportunities of being a women writing about economics.
The Nation’s “Nation Conversations” podcast discussing what credit card regulation means for women.
CBS Money Watch’s “Ask The Experts” podcast discussing predatory credit card company practices and regulations to keep them in check.