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Let's Talk Women's History Month

Narih Lee
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Let's Talk New Mexico 3/18 8am: March is Women’s History Month, and we are taking a look at  how the suffrage movement here in New Mexico continues to inspire activists today 


On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’re discussing the role women have played in New Mexico's history, and  how women today continue to strive to break the glass ceiling.


And we want to hear from you! How are you celebrating Women’s History Month? Do you have stories you would like to share about the women in your life? How can we use this month to move forward to a more equitable future? Email letstalk@kunm.org or call in live during the show — Thursday morning at 8 on 89.9 KUNM. 



-Cathleen Cahill, Associate Professor of History at Penn State and 

-Dr. Sylvia Ramos Cruz, retired doctor and women’s rights activist 

-Barbara Jordan, Air Force Veteran and organizer for the Black

New Mexico Movement 

-Ahtza Dawn Chavez, Executive Director, NAVA Education Project 

-Savannah Maher, reporter with the Mountain West News Bureau


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Taylor is a reporter with our Poverty and Public Health project. She is a lover of books and a proud dog mom. She's been published in Albuquerque The Magazine several times and enjoys writing about politics and travel.
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