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OCU to host Black History Month event | Arts and entertainment

OKLAHOMA CITY – A panel discussion at Oklahoma City University will reflect on the historic sit-in movement and broader civil rights struggles during a Black History Month event at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2. Joyce Henderson, Marilyn Looper Hildreth, and Joyce Jackson will present “Reflections of the OKC Sit-In Movement” in Meinders School of Business’ …

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Inspirational 815: Life Solutions Help Restore Rockford’s Youth | News

ROCKFORD (WREX) – This week’s Inspirational 815 is a relatively new organization just returning in 2021, but the impact they are having on the youth in our community is simply priceless. You might not notice as you drive by, but a quiet home tucked away on East State Street is building what they call a …

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Tarble Arts Center will hold a final Friday event and exhibition closing

CHARLESTON — Eastern Illinois University’s Center for the Humanities and Center for Faculty Development and Innovation are hosting this month’s Final Friday event at the Tarble Arts Center from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Friday, Jan. 27. Celebrating creativity, research, teaching and community engagement, this monthly gathering will provide an opportunity to hear from EIU speakers …

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Tuesday yoga in the library

Closing on holidays The library is closed Monday, January 16, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Democracy Project: From the Atom to the Atmosphere – Replacing Nature with a Synthetic World with Christopher Preston The Democracy Project and Montana Humanities are pleased to host the Missoula Public Library’s teen-led civic engagement program …

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