VOICES FROM NEVADA'S PAST
This audio recording - performed by professional actors - presents the voices of four Jewish Nevada heroes and heroines in the state's past who have made significant contributions to humanity.
Albert Michelson - the first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for measuring the speed of light
Felice Cohen - Nevada's first female lawyer and who was responsible for the 1914 amendment to the Nevada Constitution giving women the right to vote
Jacob Davis - the designer of blue jeans
Pauline Bergenstein - with her husband developed and reform Nevada's medical laws
we produced this program to help children and teens refrain from developing anti-Semitic beliefs and behaviors as well as empowering youths to stand firm with the Defiant Power of the Human Spirit when bullied.
The comic panels that can be found on the website also tell these four characters stories - in comic drawings - a wonderful educational tool.
ARTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: EXCERPTS FROM JOSEPH'S SOLO THEATRE SHOWS