Pittsburgh 360: Classrooms Without Borders, A Salute to the Sky & Prattis and the Piano
This episode of Pittsburgh 360 celebrates Women's History Month with a focus on three women. Dr. Zipora "Tsipy" Gur, is Founder and Executive Director of Classrooms Without Borders. The daughter of Holocaust survivors, she's dedicated her life to helping others understand Holocaust by leading study seminars in Poland, Germany and Israel. Florence Shutsy Reyolds made history as one of the first women pilots to fly in World War II as a Women Air Force Service Pilot or WASP. and Patricia Prattis Jennings followed her passion for piano to become the first African-American female member of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Pittsburgh 360: Classrooms Without Borders, A Salute to the Sky & Prattis and the Piano aired on Mar 27, 2014.
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Original airdate: Oct 23, 2014
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Original airdate: Oct 02, 2014
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