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DEI Work Through Creative Justice

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Hosts Rachell Sanchez-Smith and Rogelio Garcia Contreras, director of social innovation for the Walton College of Business, speak with Lia Uribe, founder of RefleXions, Steven Byess, music director of the Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra, and Margot LeMaster, director of EngageNWA, about the reimagining of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons into The Four Seasons of Latin Jazz. Also, what diversity and equity work looks like through creative justice.

Rachell-Sanchez Smith is an associate producer for "Ozarks at Large"
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  • In the second part of the RefleXions Tertulia Panel, hosts Rachell Sanchez-Smith and Rogelio Garcia Contreras discuss reimagining Vivaldi and what diversity and equity work looks like through creative justice with Dr. Lia Uribe, Steven Byess, music director of the Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra, and Margot LeMaster, director of Engage NWA.
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