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How Conversations About Women’s Rights Are Changing In Houston

On this International Women’s Day, we turn to three Houstonians to discuss the most pressing issues facing Houston women today.


Women from different backgrounds and ages participated in the Houston Women’s March in 2017.

On this International Women's Day, we turn to three Houstonians to talk about how conversations about women's rights are changing.

What are the most pressing issues for Houston women today?

Houston Matters talks it over with three guests. Dr. Creshema Murray, is an assistant professor of corporate communication at the University of Houston-Downtown. Dr. Elizabeth Gregory is the director of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Houston. And Sonia Corrales is interim president and CEO of the Houston Area Women's Center.

Houston Matters guests convened to discuss women’s rights on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2018. (L-R) Dr. Creshema Murray from UH-Downtown, Sonia Corrales and Chau Nguyen from the Houston Area Women's Center, and Dr. Elizabeth Gregory from the University of Houston.