Event

4th Annual Hats Off to Diversity High Tea

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"Out of Africa" was the theme for the 4th Annual Hats Off to Diversity High Tea.   Presented by the Tese Foundation on November 4, 2018, at the Davis Veterans Memorial Center.

100% of proceeds of this annual event go towards tuition for girls in Africa and promoting the diversity and literacy for underprivileged youth in the USA.

Vanguard Court Watch 8th Annual Fundraiser

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The Davis Vanguard presents Vanguard Court Watch 8th Annual Fundraiser.

Immigration Law: Defending Immigrant Rights and Keeping Families Together

featuring

Cecelia Escamillia-Greenwald, Brett Lee, NLG Sacramento, ACLU Yolo, Chuck Pacheco, Don Saylor, Holly Cooper, and David Greenwald.

Guest speaker Matt Gonzalez.

Immigration is a highly charged and important issue in our nation today. The event features two speakers who have been on the front lines of defending the rights of immigrants and their families.

Davis Futures Forum presents Paula Daniels

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The Davis Futures Forum presents Let's Talk About Food: Tapping the Potential of Davis.

presented by Paula Daniels, Co-founder and Chair of the Center of Food Purchasing, and a former senior advisor on food policy to former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. 

Daniels described how city policies can address sustainability, using food as an economic development tool.

Davis Mayor Brett Lee hosted the event, also featuring a panel discussion by local food leaders & remarks from Gloria Partida.

The 25th Annual City of Davis Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

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"Advancing the Dream: Empowering and Uplifting the Next Generation"

The 25th Annual City of Davis Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration took place on Monday, January 21, 2019 in the Varsity Theatre, Davis, CA.

This year’s event featured presentations and music to help commemorate the life and accomplishments of Dr. King.

Davis Parent University Presents: Author Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D.

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"Best Friends, Worst Enemies; Understanding the Social Lives of Children"

With Author

Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D.

and Moderator

Pamela Wu

Presented by Davis Parent University

And Community Partners:

Davis Schools Foundation

The Avid Reader

Davis Media Access

DJUSD Climate Committee

DJUSD PTAs and PTOs

Saint James School

Recorded by

Davis Media Access

October 10, 2018

Brunelle Theater, Davis High School

IOWA Authors - Self-Publishing Panel

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2014 Iowa Authors Fair was a conference held at the Coralville Public Library on April 19th of Iowa born Author's who've used self-publishing and small press to produce their own books. This includes readings by the authors and panel discussions on the advantages and disadvantages on publishing. Held at the Coralville Public Library on April 19th this event features local self-published and small press authors reading from their novels and discussion state of the art pros and cons of publishing.

IOWA Authors - Small Press Panel

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2014 Iowa Authors Fair was a conference held at the Coralville Public Library on April 19th of Iowa born Author's who've used self-publishing and small press to produce their own books. This includes readings by the authors and panel discussions on the advantages and disadvantages on publishing. Held at the Coralville Public Library on April 19th this event features local self-published and small press authors reading from their novels and discussion state of the art pros and cons of publishing.

IOWA Authors - Author Readings Pt4

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2014 Iowa Authors Fair was a conference held at the Coralville Public Library on April 19th of Iowa born Author's who've used self-publishing and small press to produce their own books. This includes readings by the authors and panel discussions on the advantages and disadvantages on publishing. Held at the Coralville Public Library on April 19th this event features local self-published and small press authors reading from their novels and discussion state of the art pros and cons of publishing.