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2022

African American students collaborating at a table
Apr 12
When: Tuesday, April 12, 2022 Time:  3:00 - 5:00 pm Where: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Building, 1322 E. 1st. Street AASA Room 202 Come join us for a time of food, networking and conversation! FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Mar 18
Understanding the genomic epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 is essential in developing effective public health policy and control programs. Initial public health interventions delayed the onset of SARS-CoV-2 community transmission after the introduction of...
Feb 18
Bryan “Besouro Preto” Castle has been training Capoeira with Contramestre Dondi since Capoeira Malandragem began. Though he went to his first class in 1998 hoping only to find a fun activity to help maintain his overall fitness as he had...
Feb 15
Join Dr. Regina Bradley as she discusses her personal experiences growing up in the South, and the influence of hip hop. A leading scholar on contemporary southern Black life and hip hop culture, Bradley's work has been featured on a range of media...
Feb 2
AFAS 218 - Introduction to Hip-Hop Dance - Featuring Tweet Boogie (Spring 2022) Always representing The South Bronx, TweetBoogie is devoted to the street styles of hip-hop. As she continues to travel all over the world teaching in different...
Feb 2
AFAS 218 - Introduction to Hip-Hop Dance - Featuring Tweet Boogie (Spring 2022 7wk Session) Always representing The South Bronx, TweetBoogie is devoted to the street styles of hip-hop. As she continues to travel all over the world teaching in...
Feb 1
Join artist, activist and entrepreneur Therosia Reynolds for a conversation about her latest multimedia projects and the inspiration behind it. Her recent work includes artist in residency for Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts, being an...

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Sep 23, Oct 22, Nov 19
We are excited to present the Africa Table Speaker Series as a platform to connect the community of people studying Africa or working in Africa -- including students, faculty, staff, and the wider Tucson community.  We believe that with the exchange...

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Nov 19
Urban agriculture (UA) can contribute to the food security and income needs of low-income urban households. However, much of the existing evidence promoting UA comes from single case studies of large cities and high-income countries. Less is known...