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Cascade Sports Interview With Chris Jackson Bridging The Gap Between Sports & Education series #10

Chris Jackson played at Wichita Southeast high school before receiving a scholarship at Barton County community college where he developed into a complete player. Friends university a D1 NAIA four school pick his talent up for the next two years and the rest is history. Chris now is a devoted father AAU coach and works …

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Cascade Sports Interview With D’mario Newton Bridging The Gap Between Sports & Education series #11

Cascade Sports Interview With D’mario Newton Bridging The Gap Between Sports & Education series #11 D,emorio Newton late bloomer started playing basketball in the eighth grade played high school basketball in Wichita Heights Kansas College Worrell Fort Scott community college Kansas receive the associate in business then went on to St. Mary’s University in Leavenworth …

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What’s Up Wichita Interviews Fran Jackson.

: Today we are with Fran Jackson of the Wichita African American Council of Elders, an organization dedicated to the promotion of African American history and heritage, helping African Americans youth in education and improving economic opportunities for African American families. Councilwoman Jackson talks about the history of the Council, her thoughts on improving the …

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James Pate’s KKK series called “Kin Killin Kin” at MCC-Penn Valley Community College.

Cascade Media Group was on location at the opening of the Traveling Exhibit of artist James Pate’s KKK series called “Kin Killin Kin” at MCC-Penn Valley Community College. The interim President Dr. Tony Ross speaks with Simone Hooper with Cascade Media Group about the exhibit and gives an explanation as to why it is important …

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Artist James Pate links Black on Black violence with the KKK

This is ​an​ awesome exhibit at the Carter Arts Center at the Metropolitan Community College–Penn Valley campus from January 23, 2017 to February 4, 2017. Dayton, Ohio artist James Pate uses art to spark a discussion on urban violence by visually comparing Black on Black violence with that of the KKK in his latest exhibit …

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