Rivers of Dreams: Songs and Stories of Arizona’s Waterways with Jay Cravath

Community Performing Arts Center (CPAC) Auditorium 1250 W. Continental Rd, Green Valley, United States

The Colorado, the Gila, the Salt, the Verde, the Hassayampa, the Santa Cruz: Arizona’s rivers were lush green ribbons of life flowing through a desert landscape. They became sustaining paths […]

By the Time They Came –African American Men of Arizona with Akua Duku Anokye

Summit Hall of the Palm Ridge Recreation Center 13800 W Deer Valley Dr, Sun City West, AZ, United States

In this presentation, Dr. Anokye, explores the untold stories and accomplishments of African American men in Arizona. Dr. Anokye focuses on identifying the common threads of the African American community […]


A Free Press: Cornerstone of Democracy with Gail Rhodes

Agave Library 23550 N. 36th Ave., Phoenix, AZ, United States

The first amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects press freedom. Freedom of the press is important because it plays a vital role in informing citizens about public affairs and monitoring […]


Southwestern Rock Calendars and Ancient Time Pieces with Allen Dart

Salazar-Ajo Library 15 W. Plaza St. #179, Ajo, AZ, United States

Native Americans in the US Southwest developed sophisticated skills in astronomy and predicting the seasons, centuries before non-Indigenous peoples entered the region. In this presentation, archaeologist Allen Dart discusses archaeological […]

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