The TIPHC exhibit, “Communities of Color,” looks at the history of all-black towns and settlements — including Prairie View — most of which came to be in the aftermath of emancipation. The communities, which numbered over 1,200, stretched from the Deep South to Alaska, with Oklahoma home for the most all-black towns (20). Several of …

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Willie A. Tempton Memorial Student Center Ballroom Thursday November 17, 2016 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Community Service Hours Available Entry: Non Perishable Food Donation For More Information: Volunteer Services Office MSC Room 216A 936-261-1360 or amlowe@pvamu.edu For Special Assistance x3585 For more information, click Volunteer Opportunity-Hunger Banquet Contact Information Alisha Lowe-Scott Email : amlowe@pvamu.edu

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The College of Agriculture & Human Sciences (CAHS) encompasses a 4-Prong Vision comprised of 3 core units (Research, Extension, Academics) lazar focused on 1) CAHS as an agricultural career magnet for Students, 2) a Gateway to Opportunity in the fields of Ag & Human Sciences; 3) creating and maintaining visionary infrastructure that distinguishes PVAMU on …

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November 16, 2016

THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND HUMAN SCIENCES COOPERATIVE EXTENSION PROGRAM PRESENT A SMALL FARM WORKSHOP!! – Micro-loans: Financing Your Small Farm – High Tunnels: Extending Your Growing Season – Doing Business with USDA – Business Planning – Financial Management – Marketing Ag Products For more information, click INCREASE PROFITABILITY Contact Information Ashley Moore Email : …

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