Tag: diversity

Indie Film Fest spotlights diverse experiences downtown

iNDIE FILM FEST, held at the FilmBar over the weekend, captured controversial topics from immigration to female sexuality. Festival director Pita Juarez created this festival...

UA Medical School kicks off Diversity and Inclusion HealthWeek

The University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix kicked off its Diversity and Inclusion HealthWeek by commemorating Native American Heritage month on Tuesday. Dr. Jonathan...

Arizona Humanities hosts non-discrimination discussion

Arizona Humanities hosted a discussion focused on promoting equality and non-discrimination policies Thursday in its final program of the fall series. Held in the...

Phoenix Art Museum presents “The Whole Story: Part IV”

People from the African-American community in Phoenix told stories from their everyday lives on Friday night at the Phoenix Art Museum. The event was part...

Arizona Humanities host discussion about policing diverse communities

An event put on by Arizona Humanities focused on repairing the damaged relationship between law enforcement and minority communities Thursday. A mix of Arizona activists...

Journalist Soledad O’Brien lectures on democracy and race

Award winning journalist Soledad O'Brien gave a lecture and discussion on democracy and race Saturday. O’Brien spoke during the fourth annual “Delivering Democracy" lecture held...

RISE! poetry and arts event aims to celebrate and showcase Phoenix’s diverse artists

Phoenix's diverse culture is center stage at the second annual Rise! poetry and arts showcase. Fellow minority poets and artists selected the performers.

Speaker discusses diversity, ethics in journalism

Caesar Andrews, former executive editor of the Detroit Free Press, shared his views, experiences and advice on ethics and diversity at the Walter Cronkite School's Must See Monday event this week.