Celebrate and Commemorate 100 YEARS of Women's Right To Vote!
Written and directed by Caldera Productions and co-produced with Wyoming PBS. With the national campaign for a women’s suffrage amendment stalled, the thinly populated Wyoming Territory in 1869 became the first democracy in the modern world to recognize a woman’s unqualified right to vote. Colorful frontier characters, a volatile mix of motives, and the caprice of history drive this story of a neglected chapter in America’s past. For more information, please click below.More Info
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Tribal talk discusses a variety of topics such as environment, water and more concerning the Wind River Indian Reservation.
The tribe discusses issues involving water and environment on the reservation.
The tribe discusses the education needs of the tribe.
Interviews with the tribe to discuss what it means to be a Native American.