Community Players is a weekly half-hour public affairs program hosted by KUNV News and Public Affairs Director Zachary Green. This show explores the Las Vegas community and all of its players that make the valley a great place to live. This show explores the world of the nonprofit, government, and private sectors here in Las Vegas. Listeners can expect to learn something new every time they tune into Community Players. The show airs on KUNV 91.5 FM Jazz and More on Sundays at 6:30 AM.
In honor of Black History Month, Zachary Green sits down with UNLV’s African Student Association to discuss the organizations 5th annual fashion show called “Afroverse.” A night dedicated to high African fashion, authentic cuisine, and new cultural experiences. Edna Wanene, the organizations communications director goes in depth on the event and breaks down common stereotypes regarding African Americans. In addition, the fashion show takes place on February 2, at UNLV’s Student Union Ballroom.
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Host, Zachary Green sits down with Dr.Kara Cooney a professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture at UCLA. Dr. Cooney has produced an archaeology television series called “Out of Egypt,” and recently published the novel, “When Women Ruled The World.” On this edition of Community Players, Dr. Cooney shares her experiences and journey working to uncover the history of women. In addition to her limited engagement at The Smith Center.
For more information, visit TheSmithCenter.com
Host, Zachary Green sits down with a guest who goes by the name Teri. She is a member of a non profit called ACA, an organization that serves adult children of alcoholics and dysfunctional families. In this interview, Teri will be sharing her experience as an adult children. In hopes of spreading awareness and resources to our community here in Southern Nevada.
For more information on ACA, visit BattleBornACA.com
Host, Zachary Green sits down with the Senior Director of Programs and Partnerships at Special Olympics Nevada, Harry Mong. The two discuss how this organization serves the special needs community and allows children, teens, adults, and even the elderly to compete in multiple athletic events. In addition to breaking down stigmas around special needs.
For more information on Special Olympics Nevada, visit SONV.org
Host, Zachary Green sits down with Brennan Ferrington a senior from Ed W. Clark High School and Emily Stevens a senior from Veterans Tribute Career and Technical Academy. The two highschoolers discuss their roles and participation with the 2018 Sun Youth Forum. In addition, to sharing how this community event is contributing to their bright futures.
For more information on the Sun Youth Forum, visit LasVegasSun.com