Taylor Patterson, executive director of Native Voters Alliance Nevada, speaks at a ceremony to mark Indigenous People's Day at the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign on Monday, Oct. 10, 2022. (KSNV)
The College of Southern Nevada on Saturday hosted a Native American Holiday Market with the Las Vegas Indian Center, showcasing the arts arts and crafts of locals for Native American Heritage Month.
Present a proclamation to the Las Vegas Indian Center in recognition of Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Guest moderated by KSNV Channel 3’s Max Darrow, the show features Rulon Pete, executive director of the Las Vegas Indian Center; Barbara Hartzell, chairwoman of the Las Vegas Indian Center Board of Directors; Dr. Crystal Lee, United Natives founder & a UNLV alumnus; Tammi Tiger, founding member of the UNLV Native American Alumni Club and lead over the Indian Center's civic engagement program; and UNLV student Annika Roseen, who was recently crowned Ms. Native UNLV 2020-2021 on the first celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Clark County. This show, part of a continuing series focusing on Las Vegas cultures, was produced by the Clark County Office of Public Communications & Clark County Television to coincide with Native American Heritage Month.