Do not believe that Trump is qualified to be president and afraid he will take away the many rights we have fought for before. I protested against the Vietnam War, women’s reproductive rights, and nuclear proliferation. I have seen that protesting works if enough people participate. For me, this march is just the beginning of many of us fighting for our lives. As an artist I am especially concerned with the possibility of absolutely no support from the government, and that the CPB will be privatized, NEH and NEA abolished.
Bridget is a Full Professor of Television, Film and Media Studies at California State University Los Angeles. Producer/director/educator Bridget Murnane is known for her creative media treatments of dance, as well as experimental and narrative projects. Her films have screened in over thirty international festivals and received numerous awards including two CINE Eagles. The PBS series, New Television and The Territory, have presented her work, as well as the cable channel, Classic Arts Showcase. She was the Associate Producer on Mia a dancer’s journey which won a 2015 LA Emmy for Arts, Culture and History.
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