On this episode of UNLV SPeaks: The Forum Lecture Series presents Christopher Patterson with “Shades of Brown.” This lecture focuses on the relationship between the different ethnic and cultural backgrounds that make up the shade, ‘brown’ and how that color leads to a life of racial ambiguity and exploitation.
On this episode of UNLV Speaks: BMI and the Women’s Research Institute of Nevada host an interdisciplinary discussion on the art of listening. This talk features acclaimed journalist Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, along with ethnographer Ranita Ray, and oral historian Claytee White, with remarks by WRIN Director Rebecca Gill. Whether discussing more »
Host, Zachary Green sits down with Torrey Russell, founder of the nonprofit organization Broadway In The Hood. In today’s interview, Torrey shares his organizations mission to help enrich the arts in Southern Nevada. Also, how local students not only receive a free theater education, but an invitation to improve their current circumstances. more »
Host, Zachary Green sits down with Kim Dooley from 91.5 Jazz and More to discuss her newest gig! In today’s interview, Kim shares fun facts about her new job as the stations newest morning show host and how she plans to inspire Southern Nevada through her program. You can catch more »
91.5 Jazz and More is proud to celebrate Black History Month and highlight local events that recognize, honor and empower all individuals from historically marginalized backgrounds. ** Monday – Friday Obsidian & Neon: Building Black Life and Identity in Las Vegas – Photographic Exhibit by photojournalist Jeff Scheid at the Clark more »