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SFA’s End of Life: Continuum (EOL) project shares cultural knowledge about traditions, expressions, and practices associated with end of life, grief, mourning and death ... [Continue Reading]
Join author and arts activist, Jeff Chang, back to Arizona to work with arts leaders and community organizers in asking: What is the role of artists and arts institutions ... [Continue Reading]
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Join author and arts activist, Jeff Chang, back to Arizona to work with arts leaders and community organizers in asking: What is the role of artists and arts institutions in advancing racial and social justice in Arizona? Mr. Chang will convene with a dynamic group of cultural workers and community organizers to imagine a more […]
by Kimi Eisele It’s been a hot summer in the United States. Literally. As of this writing, 110 large, still-active fires have burned 2.2 million acres, mostly in the American West. Given that fire can devastate landscapes, lives, and livelihoods, it’s hard to think of it as “good.” But fire ecologists and historians say there […]
Ericka Hinton works as a fire prevention tech with the Bureau of Indian Affairs with the Fort Apache Agency Fire Management on the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation in Whiteriver, Arizona. Before that she worked for 13 seasons with the Fort Apache Helitack crew as a lead. She became a firefighter at age 20. BorderLore […]