On this episode, we will hear from a woman who has covered the Muslim Community in Gillette. We’ll hear why Wyoming women got the right to vote first in the nation, and how that legacy of equal rights is at odds with the state’s female political representation today. As the the coal industry weakens, mine clean-up costs are a concern. We will learn about new ways to teach science and the high cost of the University of Wyoming utility bill. Those stories and more.
Open Spaces August 26, 2016
By Wyoming Public Media • Aug 26, 2016