Norman Lear’s Work Is Never Done: At UCLA Blueprint event, the iconic TV producer reflects on his career and shares his thoughts on modern America
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UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Norman Lear is best known for creating and producing the landmark television shows, "All in the Family," "Maude," "Good Times" and "The Jeffersons." These shows treated controversial topics such as race relations, politics and abortion. He has always been outspoken about his liberal political views, which he has expressed through philanthropy and political action. This web page is about a gathering at UCLA honoring Lear following the screening of the documentary, “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You.” It includes an embedded Q & A with Norman Lear and the audience at the event. Click on the link above to read.
Lear, Norman, Theater, Movies and Television, Philanthropists, Social Activism, Television Producer
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