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La música latinoamericana contiene raíces africanas y trasciende mundialmente

La música latinoamericana contiene raíces africanas y trasciende mundialmente

by Noé Sandoval, Mundo Azteca Editor // February 10, 2021

En este Mes de Historia Negra, podemos aprender sobre la historia y cultura afroamericana no solamente en Los Estados Unidos pero también en Latinoamérica. ...

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The Black Resource Center hosted a Sister to Sister luncheon at Tula Community Center on  Feb. 14, where guest speaker Patrice Washington spoke to female members of the black community.

‘Sister to Sister’ luncheon provides community, fellowship for black women on campus

by Katelynn Robinson, Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

A Sister to Sister luncheon, hosted by the Black Resource Center, was held in the Tula Community Center on Feb. 14.   Female members of the black...

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Renowned attorney and author Benjamin Crump spoke about civil rights and his life as an attorney at Montezuma Hall Theatre on Feb. 18.

Black Resource Center hosts renowned attorney, civil right activist

by Charlie Vargas, Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

On Feb. 18, the Black Resource Center invited renowned attorney and author Benjamin Crump to speak at Montezuma Hall Theatre about his achievements and...

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Dania Brett, University Senate Administrative Analyst, holds a sign that says

Black community members reflect on discrimination, community one year removed from vandalism, racist attacks

by Daniel Guerrero, Senior Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

The spring 2019 semester was grimly defined by multiple incidents of racism that included the vandalization of the Black Resource Center, a viral video...

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