February 22, 2013
[Original Airdate: February 22, 2013] Women in the U.S.: Who Are They Today? 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? With host Marcus White, Vice President of Community Partnerships, Greater Milwaukee Foundation and with guests SHEILA COCHRAN, COO and Secretary Treasurer AFL-CIO Milwaukee County Labor Council; CAROLYN EICHNER, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of History and Center for Women's Studies, UW-Milwaukee; MEAGAN HOLMAN, Mother of Four Children, Milwaukee Public School Board Director; and MARIA MONREAL-CAMERON, President and CEO, Hispanic Chamber Council of Commerce of WI.