February 4, 2019

Dunbar Pavilion Update

New things are happening at the Dunbar Pavilion, home to Tucson's formerly segregated schools.
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We return to the Dunbar Pavilion, home of Tucson's first and only segregated schools for African-Americans, for an update about some of the recent work and new tenants being attracted to that location. UA's College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Dunbar Coalition chose Debi Chess Mabie to lead the arts and cultural center for two years as part of a cooperative effort between different organizations. She says things are moving along.

Producer: Tony Paniagua
Videographer: Nate Huffman
Videographer/Editor: Bob Lindberg
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