Girls from Langston High School Participating in Parade; Hot Springs, Arkansas. From the Mary D. Hudgins Collection (MC 534).
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City Needs Artist for Native American Mural

The City of Fayetteville and Fayetteville Arts Council are struggling to find artists to paint the Trail of Tears mural located on the Tsa La Gi Trail.Arkansas designated money from the General Assembly stored for improvement of the Trail of Tears sites More...

Cherokee Meaning

Ryan Mackey will speak at 3 p.m. on March 2 in the Helen Robson Walton Reading Room about the confluence of language, cultural identity and worldview in a presentation entitled Cherokee Meaning. This event is free and open to the public. More...

NAACP Youth Director Speaks at ASG Event

A national director for the NAACP in the Youth and College Division was chosen to speak at a RED Talks, organized by the Associated Student Government, Feb. 24, the director of RED Talks said.Approximately 100 people attended More...

U of A Libraries Announce Native American Guest Speaker Series

Elizabeth Toombs will present It Lives in Stories: Cherokee Storytelling in the Arts at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 in the Helen Walton Robson Reading Room in Mullins Library. The presentation will examine the intersection of Cherokee storytelling and More...

Increased Support of PRIDE Education Scholarship Creates Three Scholarships

The first of its kind in the SEC, the PRIDE Education Scholarship has been in existence for two years and has raised over $50,000 for students, a creator of the scholarship said.The scholarship was created by John Berry, who previously worked at the More...

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