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ARC celebrates Black History with educational events

Khalid El - Hakim is the founder and curator of the Black History 101 mobile museum. He has been traveling all over the U.S and exposed the artifacts at the Student Center at American River College on Feb.13 , 2020. (Photo by Emily Mello)

Clifton Bullock

February 24, 2020

Black History Month is an annual celebration that highlights the accomplishments, successes, trials and obstacles of prominent African-Americans throughout U.S. and world history.  When Carter G. Woodson created the celebration as Black History Week in 1926, he did so to educate and enlighten black pe...

ARC hosts Black Heritage Celebration in Student Center

On Feb. 22 American River College hosted a Black Heritage Mobile History Museum showcasing historical artifacts from African-American history. (Photo by Jennah Booth)

Gabe Carlos

March 1, 2018

American River College hosted a Black Heritage Celebration Feb. 20-24 in honor of Black History Month at the Student Center. There was various art, history and items for sale, along with dancers and a small band playing African music. People walked around and got to experience something ARC delive...

“The Shepherds’ Play” begins this Friday

The Shepherd’s Play is taking on a modern musical adaptation of the medieval mystery play, from Nov. 18 - Dec. 4. (Photo by Lidiya Grib)

Lidiya Grib

November 15, 2016

“The Shepherds’ Play” brings the ancient medieval world to life through humor, music and dancing to American River College this Friday. The play is based on a classic and famous Medieval mystery play from historical manuscripts that dates from the fifteenth century, the Secunda Pastorum of the Wak...

CAEB passes new grant, discusses end-of-year celebration

CAEB president Justin Nicholson discusses the agenda for the CAEB meeting on April 19. 2016 at American River College. CAEB discussed plans for the upcoming end of the year celebration, which is scheduled to take place on May 6 2016. (Photo by Kyle Elsasser)

Mack Ervin III

April 19, 2016

The American River College Club and Events Board passed a bill to provide a $100 grant to a new club and discussed an end of the year celebration at its meeting Tuesday. The newly established Ethical Hacking Society Club will receive a $100 new club grant towards the organization after a unanimous vot...

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