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Common Reading Talk with Lipi Turner-Rahman - Shared screen with speaker view
Karen Weathermon (she/her)
20:29
Thank you for joining us! You are welcome to post to the chat any questions you have for Dr. Turner-Rahman, so she can address them at the end.
Karen Weathermon (she/her)
01:03:55
Upcoming events: Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections will be exhibiting photos later this spring; and the WSU Museum of Art will have opening this summer.
Karen Weathermon (she/her)
01:05:18
The Library will also be hosting Michael J. Fox and Lupe Gamboa, who will talk about farmworker activism in the Yakima Valley on April 5 @ 4 pm in the Terrell Library Atrium.
Chanel Tanoue
01:09:32
Is there a way we can view this powerpoint at a later time?
Karen Weathermon (she/her)
01:09:45
Please take a moment to give us some feedback. If you need your attendance verified for Common Reading credit, you'll have the opportunity to do that at the end of the survey. https://wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8vKRe0vbzYlpin4
Kelly Myott-Baker
01:12:58
Thank you!
Chanel Tanoue
01:13:51
Is there a way I can view this recorded Zoom?
Karen Weathermon (she/her)
01:15:35
ilipi@wsu.edu
Alexander Hammond
01:17:11
I gather the photographs began in 1967. Do the stories gathered about Nash's photographs tell us much about the steps by which migrants stayed in the Yakima valley and the problems they faced in doing so? Thanks, Alex Hammond
Chanel Tanoue
01:22:56
I just emailed you for the recording of the lecture/powerpoint. my email is chanel.tanoue@wsu.edu
Chanel Tanoue
01:23:02
Thank you
Karen Weathermon (she/her)
01:23:41
OK. Chanel: I'll email you the link later this evening or tomorrow morning.
Jennifer Yoshikawa
01:25:54
Wonderful talk! Thank you Lipi!