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CSRD @ Arizona State 4h
T-Minus six hours until the FIRST premier in Arizona of "Mixed Match."Join us for the film and discussion about why mixed-race cancer patients struggle to find blood and bone marrow donors.TONIGHT 6 p.m. | ASU Health North | FREE Register: .
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CSRD @ Arizona State 6h
"Black people accounted for nearly half of hate crime victims last year. Of those targeted based on religion, 58 percent were Jewish." F.B.I reveals hate crime's increasing 17% from 2016. Reporting hate crimes is voluntary,should it be mandatory? :
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 15
Mark your calendars for TOMORROW's premier of "Mixed Match" at the Downtown Phoenix Campus at ASU. Join us for the film and discussion about mixed race cancer patient's struggle to find blood and bone marrow donors. Free and open to the public | 6 p.m. |
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ASU Health Solutions Nov 15
Tomorrow is the day! Join us for screening, discussion & registry drive! Special thanks to for making this happen. Get more details and register here:
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 15
Join us TONIGHT for "Indigenous Identity and the Athletic Experience" with Olympic Medalist Billy Mills. We'll discuss how identity relates to the sports industry. Free and open to the public|6 p.m.|Carson Student Athlete Center| Register:
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 14
"Reach within the depths of your capabilities and to compete against yourself to the greatest extent possible." Join us TOMORROW to hear from Olympic gold medalist's experience as an Indigenous athlete. Register:
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 14
A study by two professors from reveals data showing minorities are more vulnerable to wildfire compared to other communities. They suggest more inclusive emergency planning for those most vulnerable, what are your thoughts? The Conversation US :
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 14
“This is Native land,and we don’t acknowledge it anywhere on campus, and that’s kind of sad.”Proposals to redesign ASU campuses based on Native American culture were revealed last night, along with discussion on how to implement these plans. :
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 14
Are you an avid reader? Then join us this Saturday for the book discussion group "The Color of Law" with Erica Maxwell. Discuss the issue of racially divided cities in America. November 17,2018 |10 a.m. | Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church Register:
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 13
Head over to the Sun Devil Stadium TOMORROW at 7 p.m. to enjoy the film "Sorry to Bother You." This special screening from and includes the chance to meet Erika Moore and director Boots Riley at 1:30 p.m. FREE to students |Tickets:
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 13
Join us TONIGHT for "Indigenous Placekeeping: Campus Design + Planning" at the Sun Devil Marketplace to engage in conversation with ASU indigenous design students about the project of inclusivity on all campuses. Time 6 p.m. |Free and open to the public.
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Health@ASU Nov 9
In collaboration with and , The CREATED EQUAL FILM AND ARTS SERIES presents Mixed Match, a documentary screening, discussion and registry drive on Nov 16. Learn more and register at
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 12
The Legacy Corps for Veteran and Military Families is now a part of ASU. The university plans on working with the Arizona veteran population by providing volunteers to spend time with them and their family. What are your thoughts on this program? ASU Now:
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 11
"Ideas are the most powerful force shaping human culture."TED curator Chris Anderson shares his secrets to giving a great speech.
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 10
“Republican-appointed judges sentence black defendants to three more months than similar nonblacks and female defendants to two fewer months than similar males.” A Harvard study discovered two gaps when sentencing based on political affiliation. :
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 10
This weekend the ASU women's basketball team will play Baylor University in Fort Defiance, Arizona to celebrate Heritage Month. ASU scholars who contribute to the well-being and advancement of the 22 tribes in Arizona will attend. ASU Now:
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 9
"All 19 of the Houston African American Female Judges up for election WON." The 2018 Midterm Election reflects an increase in women of color who are winning local, state and national races. This triumph increased diversity in Texas courtrooms. :
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 9
“I know it’s a lack of history and representation in schools that makes us vulnerable." Actor, John Leguizamo created a one man show on Netflix called, "Latin History for Morons." interviewed him to find out why this topic is important.
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 8
The New York Times has provided a lay out of the final Arizona Election Results. Some have said that there is a reason why the most votes for Democrat Kyrsten Sinema is where Arizona's major universities are located. What are your thoughts?
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CSRD @ Arizona State Nov 8
"How many times are we going to here (hear) “nobody would’ve thought it would happen here?”Four of the biggest mass shootings in the past five decades have happened in 2018. Last night 12 people died by means of a .45-caliber handgun. :
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