Arkansas PBS to livestream Arkansas Women Veterans’ Symposium March 23

March 15, 2024

Clinton Presidential Library & Museum event celebrates Women’s History Month

CONWAY, Ark. (Arkansas PBS) — As part of its Arkansas Live initiative, Arkansas PBS will livestream the Arkansas Women Veterans’ Symposium at the Clinton Presidential Library & Museum Saturday, March 23, at 1:50 p.m. at

Presented in collaboration with the Miliary Women’s Memorial, special guests for the event will include:

  • Dr. Cherisse Jones-Branch, Dean of the Graduate School at Arkansas State University.
  • Colonel (Retired) Nate Todd, University of Arkansas Board of Trustees and past Secretary of the Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • CW5 (Retired) Phyllis Wilson, President, Military Women's Memorial, who will provide a historical background on women in the military.
  • Deputy Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs Tanya Bradsher, who will provide the keynote address.

Other activities during the event will be:

  • “This is what a Veteran Looks Like: Hearing HERstory.”
  • “Oh, I am a Veteran! – Helping Women Veterans Access Resources.”
  • Moving Forward – Special announcement – Arkansas Military Women's Exhibit.

Arkansas has been challenged by the Military Women's Memorial to register 500 new Arkansas Women Veterans with the memorial by March 23, 2024. Anyone interested may register their service at

Arkansas Live is an initiative from Arkansas PBS that brings compelling special events directly to Arkansans via vivid, multi-camera livestreaming. Viewers gain front row access to some of the most in-demand events across the state, including livestreams from Crystal Bridges, Arkansas Department of Heritage, Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, and more.

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