African-American Read-In

The African-American Read-In invites you to read aloud an excerpt from your favorite black writer, or come and listen to pieces by some of America's greatest writers and orators.

Sponsored by the National Council of the Teachers of English and hosted locally by Writing Programs in the Department of English at Arizona State University, this event celebrates the contributions of African-American authors and the history of black literacy.

You can learn more about the read-in on the NCTE website.


This workshop provides you with the powerful tools and strategies that will help turn around Negaholism in others and yourself. Learn to transform negative attitudes into positive behaviors.

Arabic Film and Poetry Series

The ASU Council for Arabic and Islamic Studies and the Arabic Studies Program would like to invite you and your networks to our Spring 2017 Arabic Film and Poetry Series.

Monday, Jan. 23: Classical Arabic Poetry
Language and Literature Building room 102, Tempe campus

Wednesday, Feb. 15: Film: "Al-Maseer (Destiny)
Language and Literature Building room 13
The story is set in the 12th century in Arab-ruled Spanish province Andalusia, where famed philosopher Averroes would be the most important commentor on Aristotle. 

Borderlands Produce Rescue

Produce On Wheels - With Out Waste (P.O.W.W.O.W.) disperses 10 million lbs. of fresh rescued produce annually to communities at various sites throughout Southern Arizona and the Metropolitan Tucson and Phoenix service areas. Contribute $10 to shop for up to 60 lbs. of fresh produce for your family or to share with neighbors, friends, or someone who's in need.

Distribution of produce will take place in the ASU West campus North Parking Lots by students from Changemaker Central.