Black History Month: ‘The Great Migration: Indiscernibles in Arizona’

February is Black History Month, a federally recognized celebration of African Americans in U.S. history.

“The Great Migration: Indiscernibles in Arizona” is an exhibit featuring a look at Arizona’s part in the migration of African Americans from the rural South to the cities of the North, Midwest, and West from 1915-1970. Clottee Hammons, local artist and curator talks about the exhibition.

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Clottee Hammons, local artist and curator

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American Experience "Plague at the Golden Gate"

Joseph Kinyoun in uniform at his desk

Discover how an outbreak of bubonic plague in 1900 set off fear and anti-Asian sentiment in San Francisco.

Great Performances "Keeping Company with Sondheim"

Actors on stage in the Broadway production of Keeping Company with Sondheim

Take an inside look at the reimagined gender-swapped production as it returns to Broadway during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Election 2022 debates: Republican candidates for Arizona Attorney General

Republican candidates for Arizona attorney general Abraham Hamadeh, Andrew Gould, Dawn Grove, Lacy Cooper, Rodney Glassman and Tiffany Shedd

Republican candidates Abraham Hamadeh, Andrew Gould, Dawn Grove, Lacy Cooper, Rodney Glassman and Tiffany Shedd debate border protection and other issues as they each make their case to become the next Arizona Attorney General.