Detailing the role of Jewish merchants and entrepreneurs in the formation of the state.
PBS Reno's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion programming
Featured in January on PBS Reno
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Concert
For more than 35 years, The Cleveland Orchestra has celebrated Dr. King’s legacy by opening the doors to Severance Hall for a free annual concert.
A fun, lighthearted, nostalgic and inspiring tale of about what it’s like to be old; this documentary features articulate, charismatic seniors who have a lot to say about aging.
Featured in December on PBS Reno
Explore the life of one of the most influential African American thought leaders.
Featured in November on PBS Reno
Members of the Nevada and South Dakota community retell stories passed on to them about the Wounded Knee Massacre, and the religious leader Jack Wilson.
In the aftermath of school shooting, Survivorman star Les Stroud takes students on a cathartic journey through the wilderness to help the teenagers confront their trauma.
A young Athabaskan hip hop artist and activist for displaced people in Alaska heals from his own legacy of historical trauma.
Featured in October on PBS Reno
Shattering the foundations of white supremacy over 10 memorable weeks in 1964.
The story behind civil rights activists who challenged segregation in the American South.