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Biden’s New Gendered Approach to Domestic and Foreign Policy

President Biden and Vice President Harris recently announced the formation of a White House Gender Policy Council, which will protect and uplift the rights of people of all genders both here in the U.S. and abroad. The Council will focus on a wide range of issues including gender-based violence, racial justice, foreign policy, and health care. Join Newlines Institute’s panel of experts as we discuss the creation of this new Council, its significance to U.S. domestic and foreign affairs, and which issues it should tackle first.

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