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Murdoch Community Center – The Color of Hollywood (or lack thereof): Examining the Issue of Colorism on the Silver

The Color of Hollywood Join us for this Lived Black Experience CommUnity Dialogue examines the issue of colorism in Hollywood. Why it’s a problem and how it impacts life on and off the BIG screen. CommUnity Dialogue Presenters: Dr. Mary Roaf Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies (California State University – Stanislaus) Dr. Treya Allen Program […]

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Arizona AFL-CIO: Back to School for All

Arizona Educators Join ‘Back to School for All’ Campaign Aimed at Maintaining Full In-Person Learning Arizona educators were busy this summer preparing for expanded in-person learning when students began the new school year. After a year of trying to make remote and hybrid instruction work due to closures by the COVID-19 pandemic, educators were eager […]

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YWCA Southern Arizona – El Aumento Del Fentanilo!

Todos los días, los jóvenes de Arizona están comprando y tomando pastillas falsificadas mezcladas con Fentanilo y se están tomando sobredosis a un ritmo alarmante. No espere hasta que sea demasiado tarde. Le gustaría aprender que podemos hacer para ayudar a combatir esta crisis? Acompañenos el dia 25 de Septiembre a la 1pm donde expertos […]

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GLSEN Phoenix – 2021 Virtual Back2School Summit (FREE & on Zoom)

Students, educators, administrators, allies, parents, donors, partners – you are invited to attend this two-day virtual summit. This annual event provides a wonderful opportunity to come together, meet LGBTQ advocates and youth leaders, attend presentations and workshops, and build skills to educate ourselves and strengthen our GSAs and school communities. Register now and you will […]

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Murdoch Community Center – and the Truth Shall Set Us Free – A Clergyman’s reflection on “the Color of Compromise” by J. Tisby’

The Lived Black Experience Project (as presented by the Southside Community Association) invites you to join us for this special commUnity Dialogue. “and the Truth Shall Set Us Free” A Clergyman’s reflection on Jemar Tisby’s critically acclaimed book “The Color of Compromise – The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism” and thoughts about […]

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