Arizona PBS celebrates women’s voices and impact

Arizona PBS continues our on-going interstitial series “Our Voices” with Women’s History Month reflections:

  • Kate Gallego is mayor of Phoenix. She reflects on Arizona’s tradition of strong women leaders.
  • Allysa Adams is executive producer of news & public affairs at Arizona PBS. She reflects on what she learned from her mother and grandmothers, and what she hopes to pass on to her daughters.
  • Stephanie Sy is anchor/correspondent for PBS NewsHour West. She reflects on the ordinary women whose struggles against overwhelming odds have inspired her.

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