Makers- Women in Nevada History
Vegas PBS has partnered with UNLV’s Women’s Research Institute of Nevada to educate our community about some of the extraordinary women who have shaped Las Vegas into the world-famous and unique destination it is today.
The goal of this continuing project is to create and distribute programs that focus on local Las Vegas women who have made significant contributions to the quality of life in Southern Nevada.
At the turn of the century, Nevada was a vast desert populated by small towns and few residents. In this episode we recognize some of Nevada's earliest Makers: groundbreaking women who blaze a trail for all those who'd follow.
It's the 1960's and times are changing in Nevada and across the nation. In this episode we discover how some of Nevada's Makers navigate these tumultuous times becoming successful leaders, business professionals and supporters of their communities.
Into The Future
Discover how Nevada's modern Makers are helping better our state's communities today and into the future.
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Nikole Hannah Jones
She created the 1619 Project on slavery for The New York Times Magazine.
Not Done: Women Remaking America
The Women's March
In 2017, millions of women took to the streets and made their voices heard.
Training the next generation of women in national security
This group is training the next generation of women in national security