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The Difference Host - Stacy Forster

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Stacy Forster was a state Capitol reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for six years. Before arriving in Madison in 2004, Stacy spent four years as a reporter for the Wall Street Journal's Web site.

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Women in Tribal Government

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Feature:

Ada Deer - The first woman chair of the Menoninee people and former Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs - U.S. Department of the Interior.

 Turning Points in History:

Ho Poe Kaw ("Glory of the Morning") was the first woman in the textual record of Wisconsin and the last known female Ho-Chunk chief.

Roundtable & Word of Advice:

Kimberly Vele - President - Stockbridge-Munsee Community Band of Mohican Indians

Anne Thundercloud - Public Relations Officer - Ho-Chunk Nation

 

About The Difference

The Difference: Women in Public Life, a monthly series, focuses on women active in government and engaged in civic life and public service at all levels in Wisconsin.  Through features, roundtable discussions and historical segments, The Difference presents a variety of roles and experiences of women in Wisconsin’s public life and explores the different ways men and women may look at key issues and public service.

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