Asian Arvest associates and their allies created the Cranes of Solidarity project in support of the AAPI community. UAFS is displaying 2,000 paper cranes as part of the initiative.
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The Arkansas Minority Health Commission has provided equitable access to preventative health care for 30 years. The organization celebrated the milestone during a virtual ceremony.
Arkansas organizations are celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with events featuring art, food, music and dance.
M Shelly Conner honors her roots as she reminds us of the relationship between food and culture this Juneteenth.
Northwest Arkansas is the home of many DJs and MCs. And though this pool is male-dominated, there are several inspiring ladies to be on the lookout for.
Multicultural librarians and community liaisons are working to connect communities of color with their local public libraries. In this episode, we talk to four Arkansans about their efforts to educate minorities about resources available at libraries.
The Northwest Arkansas chapter of the NAACP is hosting an online forum to discuss the relationship between Black and Brown people with local police departments.
Rap Squad is a documentary about Arkansas high school hip hop artists seeking healing for themselves and equity in their community through their art.
Mother’s Monday is a movement designed to reinvent motherhood and work. May 10 a virtual event will address changing culture in corporate America so moms can thrive.
A committee is recommending the removal of the names of a former Senator and governor from the UA Fayetteville campus due to their lack of support for civil rights.
Hate crimes against Asian Americans increased by 150 percent in 2020. These attacks have prompted Arkansans to take action in support of the state’s AAPI community.
In this week’s installment of Museum Monday, we learn about the history of Navajo dress panels that are part of the Museum of Native American History’s collection.
The Cherokee and Chickasaw Nations are now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to the general public no matter where they live.
In this episode, we discuss the impact of the state’s new stand your ground law on minorities, and the possibility of legislators approving a hate crimes bill.
A new report found minority business owners in Arkansas applied for lending at a disproportionately lower rate than white business owners, but were denied lending at a higher rate.
The city of Conway is conducting a historical context study in an effort to preserve the history of the Pine Street neighborhood.
Black History Month wraps up this week with a variety of events including a spoken word showcase, community clean up and a Black business expo.
In this episode, we speak with three African American women working in the field of history about the importance of celebrating Black history year-round.
Black History month continues this week with a variety of events including a celebration of drag and a lecture by author and activist Angela Davis.
The celebration of Black History Month continues this week with of events including a poetry showcase and preview screening of a new documentary on the Black church.
Black History Month gets underway this week with a variety of events including an acrobatics performance, a poetry series and a showcase of rap and hip hop artists.
An Arkansas native has launched a fundraiser to support the creation of an intentional community focused on Black healing.
A mix of virtual and in-person person events are planned through Arkansas to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year.
A UAMS study is examining if a weaker immune response is a contributing factor to higher COVID-19 infection rates among minority populations.