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1 Imagining America presents at UNI
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020), Fortmann--Toni (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:34, p.01
2/10/2020 Junior art history major Katelyn Brockmeyer is an intern at Imagining America, which promotes community engagement through arts, humanities, and design. Brockmeyer is facilitating presentations on various topics in art, and presented on black artists in history during Black History Month, including Kihinde Wiley, Betye Saar, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Maya Angelou, and Faith Ringgold, among others. UNI graduate and curator for the Waterloo Center for the Arts Chawne Paige also spoke, focusing on the center's collection of Haitian art.
2 The rise of the anti-austerity Left
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:18, p.03
10/31/2019 Rawwas discusses multiple protests and strikes happening around the world. In the author's opinion, people are mobilizing against austerity measures and capitalism. Rawwas discusses media portrayal of events and analyses why the United States has not seen similar actions.
3 Constitution Day Address confronts slavery's legacy
Legaspi--Sofia (Class of 2020), Rublaitus--Lindy (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 116:6, p.01
9/19/2019 Attendees gathered in the Great Hall of the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center (GBPAC) on September 16 to hear Nikole Hannah-Jones, a Waterloo native, deliver the UNI 2019 Constitution Day Address. Hannah-Jones, who was originally going to speak on school segregation, instead spoke on the 1619 Project, which she created with the New York Times; photos.
4 Former UNI student starts '6 Mile Clothing'
Flanders--Anna (Student--2017), Oleson--Alex (Student--)
Northern Iowan 115:41, p.05
3/7/2019 Former student Alex Oleson started "6 Mile Clothing" to benefit Christian missions in countries such as China and Haiti; photo.
5 Protests in Haiti show the way forward
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 115:40, p.04
3/4/2019 Rawwas writes in the aftermath of widespread protests in Haiti. In the author's opinion, strikes are a tool of change that should be used worldwide, the United States' actions in Haiti and Venezuela do not support free democracy.
6 UNI students create books for orphanages
Koolbeck--Alex Elizabeth (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 108:52, p.1
4/20/2012 Students from Waterloo East, Cedar Falls High, Wartburg College, and UNI join to send three hundred books to Haiti and Panama. The books are written in Spanish, French, and English.
7 "The HeART Project" to raise money for Haiti
Snook--Jessica Ann (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 107:14, p.5
10/15/2010 Art work from Haiti and the Cedar Valley will be on display November 30 at Orchard Hill Church. The art work will be available for sale with the proceeds going to United Christians International for the funding of a school in Haiti.
8 Officials issue travel warnings for spring breakers
Danilov--Misha (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:41, p.6
3/5/2010 Mexico and Haiti are under travel warnings issued by the Department of State. Violent crime and demonstrations plus dangers from the Mexican drug cartels are the causes of concern for Mexico; photo.
9 Barmuda Cares brunch to benefit Haiti relief Sunday
Aunspach--Chase Steven (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:31, p.7
1/29/2010 The proceeds of a brunch; sponsored by Barmuda Cares, a branch of Barmuda Company, will go to United Christian International for Haiti relief; photo.
10 UNI students, faculty provide medical assistance in Haiti and Cuba
Public Relations News Release 1996:263, p.1
2/17/1997 Professor Yeheili offers the course Global Health Care to students. Students can also participate in medical missions to Cuba and Haiti.

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