-- Judy Chicago, LaDonna Harris, & Gov. Susana Martinez --
Ties-In with the National PBS Landmark Special
MAKERS: WOMEN WHO MAKE AMERICA
Fridays, March 1, 8, & 15 at 7:00 pm, as part of NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS
On three consecutive Fridays, as part of its weekly public affairs series NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS, New Mexico PBS presents three special women, NEW MEXICO MAKERS.
These New Mexico stories tie-in with the national PBS special MAKERS: WOMEN WHO MAKE AMERICA, the first film to tell comprehensive story of how women have transformed America over the last half-century.
The NEW MEXICO MAKERS include: Judy Chicago, LaDonna Harris, and Governor Susana Martinez. They are interviewed by Sarah Gustavus, Executive Producer, Koahnic Broadcast Corporation.
These interviews will focus on what led these women to be groundbreakers in their fields. What makes a “MAKER?”
Friday, March 1 at 7:00 pm
Judy Chicago, artist, author, feminist, educator, creator of the multimedia project, The Dinner Party, who now lives in Belen and runs a nonprofit feminist organization there, called Through the Flower
Friday, March 8 at 7:00 pm
LaDonna Harris, President of Americans for Indian Opportunity; among her many accomplishments is being instrumental in the return of the Taos Blue Lake to the people of Taos.
Gov. Susana Martinez
Friday, March 15 at 7:00 pm
Governor Susana Martinez, first Hispanic woman governor in the United States / First elected woman governor of New Mexico