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Undisciplined is a podcast produced in collaboration with the African and African American Studies program with the University and KUAF Public Radio. Hosted by Dr. Caree Banton, this podcast will push the confines of your traditional academic disciplines and unveil how the objectives of African and African American studies can be found in the everyday if you just look.
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Best known for its community support, the group, Duo Divinas, was the only group from Arkansas to win at the Latino Music Awards in Chicago. Reporter Rachell Sanchez-Smith talked to artists Julieta Ortiz y Azucena Garcia about their journey from playing covers to winning an international contest, plus a performance of their latest release Esclavos …
On today's show, updating geological mapping and surveys, and high levels of flu activity in Arkansas. Becca Martin Brown, featured editor of the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette, navigates holiday events and Michael Tilley, Talk Business and Politics' executive editor, wraps the week's news.By Kyle Kellams, Matthew Moore, Michael Hibblen, Daniel Caruth
On today's show, plans to build a neurodivergent residential community, local music and educating about the lack of access to toilets or basic sanitation. Plus, Alison Parker highlights Mary Church Terrell in her book, "Unceasing Militant."By Kyle Kellams, Jacqueline Froelich, Timothy Dennis
On today's show, the Cherokee Nation urges congress to seat Cherokee Delegate Kim Teehee in compliance with a historic treaty agreement. Plus, Roby Brock of Talk Business and Politics speaks with Republican Sen. Bart Hester of Cave Springs, and more.By Kyle Kellams, Jacqueline Froelich, Anna Pope, Roby Brock/ Talk Business & Politics
Carnegie Public Library assistant director, Cass Schallhorn was awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to gather and archive Eureka Springs oral histories. Library director April Griffith says the project will preserve important stories that otherwise would be lost.By Jacqueline Froelich
The sport basketball was famously invented by James Naismith in 1891, and within a matter of years, African Americans picked up the sport and began playing. Claude Johnson is the author of The Black Fives and has researched extensively the history of African American basketball teams predating integrated professional basketball leagues in the Unite…
Joseph Wood is a surprising man in many ways. He was abandoned on the streets as a baby and was eventually fostered and adopted. He nearly became a Catholic priest. He’s a proud alumni of the historically black fraternity Kappa Alpha Psi. He’s a Chicago native Republican. And he’s also the first black county judge in the state of Arkansas. He sits …
In celebration of Juneteenth, Undisciplined held a live taping of the podcast in front of an audience at NorthWest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville, Arkansas. The topic of discussion was continuing the work of freedom in the spirit of Juneteenth, with three panelists doing the work of justice and freedom in northwest Arkansas.…
Our host Dr. Caree Banton was interviewed alongside Allan Benson, the director of student life at Northwest Arkansas Community College on the latest edition of Ozarks at Large. As we’re coming up on the live taping, we wanted to share this interview about what you can look forward to with Saturday’s event. The Juneteenth Celebration at NWACC starts…
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