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51 % The Women's Perspective
Thu January 13, 2011
51% Show # 1122
Albany, NY – Depending on who you talk to, Wikileaks is either a victory for government transparency or a dangerous site revealing state secrets. But set aside that debate, and the question becomes, what have we learned from the documents it's released? WomensENews put a reporter to work on reading the State Department documents posted by Wikileaks and according to editor Corinna Barnard, there's a disturbing omission in our diplomatic policy.
11:48 Barnard Wikileaks
Corinna Barnard is the editor of Womens ENews. You can find them online at womensenews.org.
You might find it surprisingly that our personal finance expert Manisha Thakor thinks being a modern Sugar Mama is a good thing. But you have to understand her definition of the term.
Manisha Thakor is the founder of the Women's Financial Literacy Initiative. You can find out more at manishathakor.com.
Finally, the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's birthday is this month - but his legacy is also still alive in Europe, where racial tensions are a major issue as immigrant populations continue to grow. 51%'s Philip Martin reports.
7:19 Standing up to hate in Europe