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10 Inspiring Women Who Have Been In The Red Chair
March 8, 2013
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International Women's Day is a great moment to look back on the many exceptional women who have graced the red chair over the years.

Here are 10 conversations George has had with women from Canada and around the world who inspire us and make us see the world differently.

Check them out below:

An Extended Interview with Vandana Shiva

Temple Grandin talks about Overcoming Autism

Shirley Douglas Interview

Hillary Clinton On Women's Issues

Shania Twain Interview





Carol Burnett Interview

Mira Sorvino on her activist spirit

Angela Davis on Abolishing Prisons

Rita Moreno Interview





Margaret Atwood Interview

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