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Latino-American Film Series to Open

Film and discussion events funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities begin Sept. 12

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College Town. City Life.

UMKC’s weekly arts, sports and culture roundup

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Photo by Kristen Hellstrom

Yardbird Celebration Has UMKC Connection

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UMKC Immersed in Charlie Parker’s Celebration

Chuck Haddix will serve as speaker for the Cockefair Luncheon

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UMKC to Host Latino Americans Film Series

Federal grant to university libraries funds film-and-discussion sessions

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Artworks by Joseph Keehn II on Display

“A Mystic Bond of Brotherhood Makes All Men One”

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Foundation raises $3 million for latest library renovation phase

As fundraising to renovate MNL continues, these funds covered work on the library's second and third floors

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Pastel drawing of Langston Hughes by Winold Reiss

College Town. City Life.

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An African American Book-to-Film Series

UMKC Black Studies presents discussions of books by black authors and their films

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The Challenge: To Make Change

TAASU Freedom Breakfast observes civil rights movement

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