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Blending culture in music and dance: Día Pa Son ensemble performs Son Jarocho at De Anza College

Members of Día Pa Son ensemble play music from Veracruz, Mexico at the Son Jarocho event in Hinson Campus Center Conference Room B on Feb. 11.
February 18, 2020

The walls of the De Anza Hinson Campus center embraced the spirited melodies of the traditional art form Son Jarocho, a blend of African and indigenous Mexican music on Feb. 11. The main aim of the...

Black History Month ends with sounds of love and liberation

Fountainetta Coleman and Andre Meggerson play the drums at Sounds of Love and Liberation in the Euphrat Museum on Feb. 28.
March 5, 2019

Spurred on by the beat of the drums, several students got up and started dancing. More joined, and soon the whole room was on their feet, moving to the music. The good vibrations were palpable in the...

De Anza celebrates African American History Month

Julie Lewis, instructor and department chair of African American studies speaking at the Black History Month event
February 19, 2019

Inventors, artists, activists, leaders. Ordinary citizens. These are the some of the African Americans who have inspired and empowered attendees of the Black History Month celebration held on Feb. 12 at...

Music Buzz: Black musicians who influenced popular music

Music Buzz: Black musicians who influenced popular music
February 18, 2015

Aside from being the month of love due to Valentines Day, February is also well known for being Black History Month. With that in mind, we would be remiss not to look at the wealth of black history that...

First Thursday kicks off Black History Month with a bang

First Thursday kicks off Black History Month with a bang
February 7, 2015

The Four Elements and the Black Leadership Collective hosted the “Black History Month Kick-Off” in the Euphrat Museum of Art on Feb. 5. Donna Jones- Dulin, Associate Vice President of Operations...

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