Join us in recognizing the roles and lives of Nevada Women during Nevada’s 150th anniversary of statehood. CLICK HERE TO GET INVOLVED.
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The Nevada Women’s Legacy Community Art Quilt brought to you by Women of Diversity Productions, Inc. Give the gift of legacy to the Nevada women who influenced your life. Click here for more information.
The initial Nevada Women’s Legacy Community Art Quilt exhibition will be displayed from March 16 through April 1, 2015 at the Nevada Legislature on the second floor of the Senate Building, in the Atrium, as part of the Nevada Women’s Legacy exhibition.
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Currently we have all three parts available below of the First Ladies First event, take a moment to listen and decide… YES, I want to be involved with this exciting project!
First Ladies First in three parts
Women of Diversity Productions, in collaboration with other non-profit organizations throughout Nevada invite you to participate in this historical project. Click to go to our Facebook page or twitter and join to receive the latest updates on events, interviews and other happenings of this project.
Our mission is to give visibility to women & create a woman-appreciated future. Join us in this project to collect and permanently display and store oral histories, video interviews and other ways of knowing Nevada women and their contributions to making “Nevada Proud, Nevada Battle Born”. By means of our outreach program we are developing partnerships with women in the cities, towns and rural communities in all Nevada counties. We are encouraging and facilitating a comprehensive collection of womenʼs history through voices and faces of living women.
Primarily the internet site will be: nevadawomensvirtualcenter.org with sharing on: www.library.unlv.edu/speccol/ and www.nevadawomen.org Contact Marlene at
or 702.655.2146 or click the contact/donate/volunteer button above.
Thank you for visiting the Nevada Women’s Legacy website and come back to see the latest interviews and information on how women helped shape Nevada history and will continue to into the future.