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"Getting to the Common Core"

April 26, 2015
The School of Education recently hosted a celebration and book signing for Dr. Sharon L. Spencer, Ph.D., and  Dr. Sandra A. Vavra, Ph.D., both full-professors at North Carolina Central University  and authors and editors of Getting to the Common Core: Using Research-based Strategies that Empower Students...

“Soul Food Junkies” Film Examines Food-Health Connection

April 14, 2015
Filmmaker Byron Hurt visited North Carolina Central University for a screening of his documentary “Soul Food Junkies,” which explores the origins of soul food and its health impacts on African-Americans today.  The film screening and Hurt's visit was sponsored by The Center For Translational Health...

Feature Film “Soul Food Junkies” April 22nd, 6:30 pm.

April 11, 2015
The Center For Translational Health Equality at North Carolina Central University is a research project that focuses on minority health disparities. “Soul Food Junkies” by Byron Hurt is a documentary film about food, family, tradition, and the health consequences Hurt refers to as “soul sickness”...
 
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