Black History Month || Exhibit to Go See: Force/Resistance at the FAC

Every year since 1976 the United States has observed Black History Month. Today’s policy, news and activist movements are weighted in the conversation around and experience of race in America. As part of our observance of Black History Month we will be publishing information and recommendations of film, music, books, lectures, and events that shed…

Episode 78: What You Need to Know About U.S. Ed

Betsy Devos was confirmed as the Secretary of Education recently, but what does that mean to us, really? We dive in (with the help of D.C. Jim) to talk U.S. education, vouchers, public school and the influence of money in Congress.     Sources for the episode: Center for American Progress, Federal Election Commission The…

Black History Month || Event to Attend: Black Minds Matter, February 16, 2017

  Information from the Facebook event description. Connect to that event HERE. This very special Black History Month Program is presented by PPCC Student Activities and sponsored by The NAACP Montana Wyoming State Conference and The Black Law Association to highlight the importance of education, how the knowledge one obtains can be a very powerful…

Black History Month || Film to See: I Am Not Your Negro

Every year since 1976 the United States has observed Black History Month. Today’s policy, news and activist movements are weighted in the conversation around and experience of race in America. As part of our observance of Black History Month we will be publishing information and recommendations of film, music, books, lectures, and events that shed…

Episode 74: Girl Power! Cyclist Jillian Bearden

Jillian Bearden is a mom, wife, electrical engineer, competitive cyclist, COS native and the leader of a groundbreaking woman’s cycling team. Her name used to be Jonathan. Join Darcie and Jeff as they talk with Colorado Springs cyclist Jillian Bearden on her burgeoning role as a leader in the cycling world and how she is using…