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Reading Culture Book Discussion, April 1, 2021

HCC Professors and students discuss themes of "Welcome to Lagos."

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Reading Culture Spring 2021: Introduction to Nigeria & "Welcome to Lagos"

Learn more about the country of Nigeria and the book "Welcome to Lagos"

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Art Appreciation, Potter, Chapter 1 The Beginning

Chapter 1, The Beginning

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Traditional Economies

Traditional economies

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U.S. and World Economies: Professor Tannahill's Lecture of September 19, 2017

U.S. and World Economies

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MEGGS chapter 5 lecture

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U.S. and World Economies: Professor Tannahill's Lecture of August 30, 2016

U.S. and World Economies

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9th Annual Akwaaba Dance and Drum Festival Panel Discussion

In celebration of Black History Month, the Dance Department of HCC Northwest hosted the 9th annual Akwaaba Dance and Drum Festival Feb. 25 - 27 at the Spring Branch campus. The activities scheduled…

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Reading Culture: Biography of a Runaway Slave

Reading Culture Presents: "Biography of a Runaway Slave Guest Speaker Dr. Edward L. Cox PH.D

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8th Annual Akwaaba Dance and Drum Festival: Pre-Performance Talk

Recorded on the final night of the 8th Annual Akwaaba Dance & Drum Festival at Houston Community College's Spring Branch Campus. Moderator and founder of HCC's African Dance Society,…

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Lecture: Yanvalou: The Haitian Voudoun Dance of Damballah Lecture (Part 1 of 3)

This lecture, by Musical Director Gabriel Bata, is part one of three of the Lecture/Class/Performance titled Yanvalou: The Haitian Voudoun Dance of Damballah. Be sure to view the Class led by…

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7th Annual Akwaaba Dance and Drum Festival

Panel disccusion " Ritual & Africanist Aesthetic" held Thursday, February 20, 2014 at Spring Brach Campus as part of the Annual Akwaaba Dance & Drum Festival.

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Voices Without Borders: Nigel Strudwick

Nigel holds the Dorothy K. Hohenberg Chair of Excellence in Art History at the University of Memphis, serves as Assistant Keeper in the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at the British Museum in…

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chapter 7 part 1

Wave nature frequency, wavelength and energy

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John Kappelman (Anthropologist) at the REEL

Dr. John Kappelman, Professor of Anthropology, UT Austin Paleoanthropologist speaks about Modern Humans migration 'out of Africa': Blue Highways: Middle Stone Age Foraging Behaviors Along…

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Richard Warms

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