PBS Documentary: Arizona Memories from the '60s

PBS Documentary: Arizona Memories from the '60s

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    PBS Documentary: Arizona Memories from the '60s

    Pretty sure this was only shown locally here in AZ on PBS KAET this evening. Hosted by Pat McMahon. It's a very cool look through pictures and vids of Arizona in the 60's. Also had some personal accountings of growing up in the 60's too. Some of the focus was on valley women and their struggles with trying to find employment traditionally thought to be "men's" work only. Hard to believe how far we've come in the last 30-40 years...

    btw, Pat McMahon is a valley broadcast legend

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    Appears to have only shown locally. What a waste when I see Rick Steve's Europe every time I go by Create channel. Here is a link

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