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The Women’s Eye Radio Show Marks First Anniversary with Special Guest Lilly Ledbetter

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First Anniversary Show with Lilly Ledbetter, The Woman Behind the Lilly
Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act of 2009

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Ledbetter Discusses the Release of her Memoir, “Grace and Grit,” and Reveals Why She Fears the Possibility of a President Romney


April 26, 2012 –Phoenix, AZ—Lilly Ledbetter, best known for being at the center of that historic discrimination case that inspired the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Actof 2009, as well as the first official piece of legislation that President Obama signed into law when he got into office, spoke one-on-one-with Stacey Gualandi, host of “The Women’s Eye Radio Show,” for an interview airing on April 28-29. This interview will be broadcast Saturday April 28 at 10am PST and Sunday April 29 at 2pm PST on 1480 KPHX in Phoenix along with a live stream on http://ww.1480kphx.com. Podcasts will be available online at The Women’s Eye (http://www.thewomenseye.com). Ledbetter discussed her memoir “Grace and Grit,” and will speak to being in the headlines over recent criticism of the Act.

During the interview, Ledbetter addressed a recent headline that questioned whether the Republican Party hates her. She revealed that she doesn’t know if they do, but they should fear her. “I hope they fear me because I’m dead serious about this,” Ledbetter said. “Anything that I fight for today will not do anything for me…. it will break your heart to hear how children are going home and their mother has just gone to the second job. And then on the weekends she’s gone somewhere working trying to match up the two job incomes to pay the rent and put food on the table.”

Additionally, Ledbetter revealed that she fears a President Romney. “I do,” she said. “Based on the recent outcry about women’s birth control, insurance payments to get that birth control, and women’s rights….Women are still lagging far behind.”

During the interview Ledbetter said that she will continue to fight for equal pay because she wants to help people make a better life. Her message to Governor Romney is to leave the Ledbetter Act alone! Not only does she not want the Act repealed, she said we need more laws to strengthen our families. “We need progress, and we don’t need to be talking about doing away with the little bit that we do have. You should expect and get a good day’s pay for a good day’s work.”


Pamela Burke is the Executive Producer of the website and the radio program. She has been a Producer and/or Executive for NBC, LIFETIME Cable Network, USA Network, USA Today –The Television Show, King World and CBS, A&E Cable Network and DISCOVERY. Entertainment journalist Stacey Gualandi is the host of “The Women’s Eye Radio Show” and a contributing correspondent to the website. Her credits include Inside Edition, TV Guide Network, Hallmark Channel, and EXTRA.

The Women’s Eye web site launched in 2010 to share the positive work of women throughout the globe. Tune into the show as it streams live on 1480KPHX.com on Saturdays and Sundays. For more information or to arrange an interview with Pamela Burke or Stacey Gualandi, contact “The Women’s Eye Radio Show”at thewomenseye@gmail.com or call 310-709-1101.

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Dominique Browning Blogs on India Trip

Dominique Browning

If you haven’t read Dominique Browning’s blog posts on Slow Love Life about her fascinating trip to India, you must. She recently returned from an amazing two week journey which she helped lead along with the travel company Elevate Destinations. This group supports Good Weave, an organization that works to end illegal child labor.

Her photos are absolutely enchanting! Her writing couldn’t be more inspiring! You feel as if you are there through her keen eye and observations.

Dominque Browning's Photo of her favorite marigolds

Dominique's photo of her favorite marigolds


She writes her last India post about doing the “Laundry on Sunday”. You’ll see amazing photographs of women as they gather to do their wash around Udaipur Lake, a scene that she says has been going on for hundreds of years, a scene that can be replicated all over India.

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Dominique Browning's photo of Indian women washing clothes

Dominique’s adventures lead you through the state of Rajasthan. As she rides on the back of an elephant, she finally understands “how long those treks across India must have felt.” From witnessing women doing highway maintenance, to crashing festive wedding parties, to finding marigolds and the color everywhere, she took it all in.

Going to the house where Gandhi spent his last months and seeing the glasses of her childhood hero was one of the highlights of her trip.

Dominique's Photo on trip to India of Gandhi's glasses

Dominique's photo of Gandhi's glasses

This is how Dominique sums up India:

“It is achingly difficult, emotionally draining to see the poverty and filth…India is also a brilliantly beautiful place, full of imagination and creativity and craft, a place in which the past is as alive as the present–often there doesn’t seem to be a line between past and present–and there aren’t many places in which one gets a sense of that in our country.”

Please read Dominique’s blog and take your own trip to India through her eyes. It’s a very worthwhile experience.