W&W on the Radio: Obama’s Choice

President Obama will name a new justice to the Supreme Court soon, and there is wide speculation that he will pick a woman to succeed David Souter. But how important should gender be in his selection, given that his presidency signals new strides in diversity? On the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington on the Radio, we talk with Kim Gandy, president of the National Organization for Women, about women's rights in the age of Obama.

Also: Is Miss California the victim of sexism? And a brief comment on the annual ritual known as the White House Correspondents Dinner.

You can listen to today's show here.

More Voices

  • Hollywood Safe Workplace

    Why Hollywood Needs to Lead the Way in Showing How to Create a Safer Workplace

    President Obama will name a new justice to the Supreme Court soon, and there is wide speculation that he will pick a woman to succeed David Souter. But how important should gender be in his selection, given that his presidency signals new strides in diversity? On the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington on the […]

  • Seven Seconds

    Fighting the Racial Bias at the Core of Hollywood’s Cop Shows (Guest Column)

    President Obama will name a new justice to the Supreme Court soon, and there is wide speculation that he will pick a woman to succeed David Souter. But how important should gender be in his selection, given that his presidency signals new strides in diversity? On the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington on the […]

  • Janet Mock Pose

    'Pose' Writer Janet Mock on Making History With Trans Storytelling (Guest Column)

    President Obama will name a new justice to the Supreme Court soon, and there is wide speculation that he will pick a woman to succeed David Souter. But how important should gender be in his selection, given that his presidency signals new strides in diversity? On the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington on the […]

  • Tony Awards Sightlines Column

    How to Produce the Tony Awards: 5 Unsolicited Tips

    President Obama will name a new justice to the Supreme Court soon, and there is wide speculation that he will pick a woman to succeed David Souter. But how important should gender be in his selection, given that his presidency signals new strides in diversity? On the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington on the […]

  • Under the Silver Lake

    Cannes 2018's Hidden Thrill: The Opportunity to Find New Voices

    President Obama will name a new justice to the Supreme Court soon, and there is wide speculation that he will pick a woman to succeed David Souter. But how important should gender be in his selection, given that his presidency signals new strides in diversity? On the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington on the […]

  • Kathryn Bigelow Kathryn Bigelow poses backstage

    It's Time for Action, Not Promises, to Get More Women in Filmmaking (Guest Column)

    President Obama will name a new justice to the Supreme Court soon, and there is wide speculation that he will pick a woman to succeed David Souter. But how important should gender be in his selection, given that his presidency signals new strides in diversity? On the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington on the […]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content