This presentation discusses what Black disabled resistance looks & sounds like through time. This presentation will go into ancestry stories, today’s Krip-Hop stories, and cultural work worldwide through book readings, songs, visual arts, videos and podcasts.
This presentation affirms Black musical expression as a viable form of American culture. Born out of documented duress, the musical contributions of enslaved Africans in the earliest days of United States history exemplifies a creative synthesis of cultural preservation and adaptation, that conceived and birthed songs of sorrow, yet hope.
The Artificial Intelligence @ WSU initiative is hosting a virtual mini summit on AI and applications to showcase recent advancements, foster collaborations, and initiate conversations, both within WSU as well as across major institutions in the Pacific Northwest.
Slalom is hosting a virtual information session and would love the opportunity to meet you and tell you more about our growing company! Please join us for this event to learn more about our full-time early career software engineer consulting opportunities and our fall recruitment timeline.