It's Unfair to Say PBS Choices Are Timid JENNIFER LAWSON, Lawson, PBS executive vice president for national programming
and promotion services, is responsible for obtaining and commissioning the programs PBS provides to its member stations. She is based in Alexandria, Va.
Testimony : ONE PERSON'S STORY ABOUT UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS : 'On a Daily Basis, We All Reap Benefit of Immigrants' As Told to ROBERT SCHEER, Susan Alva, a 40-year-old attorney is the daughter of a Mexican
immigrant who came to California during the bracero program that supplied legal but cheap farm labor. Her mother entered the country from the Dominican Republic, having been sponsored by a New York garment manufacturing company. For the past 20 years she has worked on immigrant-rights issues and is an attorney for the Coalition for Humane Immigrants Rights of Los Angeles