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Driving through Phoenix streets in his food truck, Michael sees what goes on every day. It first started on Christmas Eve about two years ago when he noticed a lot of homeless people walking and laying on the streets on this special day.
Holding its fourth regional media summit since 2015, UNITY Journalists for Diversity announced this week that more than 110 people attended
its two-day gathering April 28-29 in Phoenix that featured a town hall meeting on immigration and media summit at Arizona State University.
In a room filled with tables and computers, Trevor tells his advance high school students sitting behind each system about their video and audio final projects.
Among the few café shops that give back to the community, or even have programs that empower and help individuals in need, is The Refuge in Phoenix, Arizona.
Last week to register for UNITY’s Summit and Town Hall in Phoenix, Ariz.!
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity in partnership with the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) has opened registration for an exciting media summit in Phoenix at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication on April 29.
Continuing its new mission to hold regional media summits around the country, UNITY: Journalists for Diversity announced Monday the organization will kick off 2016 in Phoenix on April 28 and April 29.