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Lavoli Miller : Paiute Elder
Lavoli Miller is an elder of the Paiute Indians of Nevada. She actively teaches the language and other aspects of Paiute culture to the children of the Mohave reservation, and others in nearby Las Vegas. Another primary concern is preserving the burial grounds and other archaeological findings which involves working with the United States government. She discusses the challenges in what she choose to do.

Category: Videos of Women of Art & Culture
Video Date: January 01 2005
Cindy Funkhouser
Cindy Funkhouser receives a neighborhood award in 2011 from The Bank of America for her contributions in revitalizing the downtown area of the city of Las Vegas NV. She, with two other women, founded First Friday, a free monthly event of visual and performing art in Las Vegas.

Category: Videos of Women of Art & Culture
Video Date: January 01 2010
World Issues from Female Artists' Perspective
Denise R. Duarte discusses and shows art of 3 Nevada women artists in which world issues have been the driving force behind the creation of their art work. Roberta Baskin Shefrin's pieces bring forth emotions of hunger and women's oppression. Suz Brna paints of rape, discrimination and violence against women and the earth. Denise gives a treatise of atrocities against Afghanistan women, and their resistance efforts. A Women of Diversity Production.

Category: Videos of Women of Art & Culture
Video Date: June 05 2011
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