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Reading Culture: Visiting Poet Ayokunle Falomo

Spring 2021. Nigerian American poet Ayokunle Falomo reads his poems for Reading Culture participants and members of the HCC Katy Creative Writing Club

From  Jennifer Crispin on 03/23/2021 0 likes 0  

Writing Workshop-20201109 10am

Dr. Mary Lawson walks several students through the process of coming up with a structure for the Reading Culture scholarship competition essay.

From  Jennifer Crispin on 11/9/2020 0 likes 0  

Storytelling lecture by Dr. Roger Wood

Dr. Wood was a special guest lecturer to our Digital Video class. Roger talked about the importance of stories as being an essential to the way the human brain functions. As a way to organize our…

From  Ruben Duran on 10/7/2020 0 likes 0  

Let's make history…by recording it - StoryCorps & TED Prize

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/let-s-make-history-by-recording-it-storycorps-ted-prize Download the StoryCorps app here: http://ow.ly/UZarA What if Anne Frank hadn’t kept a…

From  Shane DeHorney on 07/31/2020 0 likes 0  

Alex Temblador

In her debut novel Secrets of the Casa Rosada, author Alex Temblador explores Martha’s journey of discovery in her new city. Martha must adapt quickly to a new climate, new religion (her…

From  Ruben Duran on 02/11/2019 0 likes 0  

Nicole Thompson

THE HURRICANE HARVEY STORIES: August 27, 2017 - Not everything recognizes and stops with the powerful impact and challenges presented from a Hurricane, and Nicole tells us how the continuation of…

From  Ruben Duran on 01/26/2018 0 likes 0  

Erick Estrada

THE HURRICANE HARVEY STORIES: August 27, 2017 - Eric was raised up by his mother and grandmother, promoting a strong bond with both his grandparents, which he shared in the interview. The cycle of…

From  Ruben Duran on 01/26/2018 0 likes 0  

Gene Walker

THE HURRICANE HARVEY STORIES: August 27, 2017 - HCC has many older adult students working toward re-certification, career advancement, academic opportunities, etc., and Gene shares his story, and…

From  Ruben Duran on 01/26/2018 0 likes 0  

KEISUKE HIRAKI: My Grandparents Met a Moon Bear

KEISUKE HIRAKI digital storytelling project, Fall 2017. Professor Ann Nunes Fall 2017 class.

From  Ann Nunes on 12/11/2017 0 likes 0  

Jimmy Patiño— author of Raza Sí, Migra No

HCC Mexican American & Latino Studies presents historian Jimmy Patiño, author of Raza Sí, Migra No. The lecture underscores the immigrant experience during the Chicano Movement. A…

From  Stalina Villarreal on 09/20/2017 0 likes 0  

Dr. Ausma Khan: The Unquiet Dead

Reading Culture and The Reel Film and Speaker series present Dr. Ausma Khan author of the book The Unquiet Dead. Dr. Khan holds a Ph. D. in International Human Rights Law with a specialization in…

From  Ann Louise Bragdon on 11/9/2016 0 likes 0  

The Boys: by Christy Shell

Digital Storytelling workshop at Northwest Campus. Conducted in the Summer of 2015 by the Center for Digital Storytelling.

From  christy.shell on 07/6/2016 0 likes 0