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Food for the Soul

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Day

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UMKC Black Studies Program Expanding

Aspiring Entrepreneurs in the program encouraged to apply

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Making the News

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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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Meet Adrienne Hoard

UMKC’s new director of Black Studies is introduced to the community

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Summer of Change

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The Art of Black Studies

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Dr. Adrienne Hoard is new director of Black Studies Program

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