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exhibit poster. map overlayed with image of colombian woman, sugar can and viche bottle. includes information.
Feb. 6 to Aug. 31, All Day
Benson Latin American Collection
Spirit of Viche presents scenes of Black life and culture from the Colombian Pacific and features artistry from its four departments—Chocó, Cauca, Valle de Cauca, and Nariño. Its focal point is viche, an artisanal distilled sugarcane drink whose recipe has been passed down from enslaved African women to their descendants for centuries. 
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exhibit graphic. pastel southwestern iconography border surrounding yellow field with descriptive text and monochromatic illustration of man on horse next to cactus
April 16 to June 18, All Day
Perry-Castañeda Library
This display brings together voices across time and space, forming a mosaic of stories within The American West – highlighting experiences of Indigenous, Black and people of color – through fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Some selections were purchased using the A. Keith Endowment for American History Endowment.
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event graphic. abstract dark floral background with white text, book cover and image of woman in burka (author)..
April 23, 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Perry-Castañeda Library
The UT Libraries and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies are proud to present Muslim American poet, social worker, and UT alum Sara Bawany.