4th Street Forum - "Women in the U.S.: Who Are They Today?
Thursday, February 21, 2013 / 12:00 pm
Join the MPTV audience at Historic Turner Hall.
1034 N. 4th Street
Women are a vital part of the workforce and economy. In the sixties and seventies, women took to the streets to fight for equality at work, in school, and on the playing field. Do women today think that their rights have been secured and equality achieved?
Hosted by MARCUS WHITE,
Vice President of Community Partnerships for the Greater Milwaukee Foundation.
THIS WEEK'S GUESTS
SHEILA COCHRAN is secretary/treasurer and chief operating officer of the AFL-CIO, Milwaukee County Labor Council. She is the first women and first African American to hold this position. Ms. Cochran works with the community and government agencies on issues that affect workers and their families.
CAROLYN EICHNER, PhD is an associate professor of history and the Women's Studies Program at UW-Milwaukee. Professor Eichner teaches the history of feminism in the United States and compares the state of women in this country to women in other countries, particularly France.
MEAGAN HOLMAN is the mother of four sons - triplets, who will soon be 5 years old, and the eldest, who is 7. She works part-time as a Milwaukee Public School board director. Ms. Holman is a community organizer and consultant in the nonprofit sector.
MARIA MONREAL-CAMERON is the president and chief executive officer of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin, a position she has held for the past 24 years. As CEO of the Chamber, Ms. Monreal-Cameron works to expand business and employment opportunities for the Hispanic community.
Check our website for guest information: www.mptv.org/shows/fourth_street_forum
Here's where to go to attend Wisconsin's only weekly TV program taped in front of an audience: 1034 N. 4th Street, 2nd floor (Main entrance across from the Bradley Center on 4th with elevator access off the parking lot on 4th and Highland.)
Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
The forums are free and open to the public. Bring your lunch or buy it there. Come with a friend and join the conversation.
CAN'T ATTEND? Watch on Milwaukee Public Television, Channel 36.1 - Friday, 9 PM and Sunday, 9 AM or at www.mptv.org/shows/fourth_street_forum/.