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Lydia Jennings, PhD: “Run to Be Visible”.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The meaning behind the sacred Muslim month of Rabiʽ al-Awwal; and multi-faceted artist To-Reè-Neè Wolf

Jennings lab VIEW LARGER Lydia Jennings is a Pascua Yaqui (Yoeme) and Huichol (Wixaritari) soil microbiologist who celebrated her 2020 graduation from the University of Arizona with a 50-mile-run dedicated to Indigenous scientists. Her run is documented in Patagonia's Run To Be Visible episode.
Courtesy of Patagonia, Devin Whetstone

Supported by Arizona Theatre Company
Arizona Spotlight

November 11, 2011

This episode is supported by the Arizona Theatre Company.
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Featured on the November 11th, 2021 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

  • Meet Lydia Jennings, a 2020 U of A graduate with a PhD in soil science, who is also an ultra-marathon runner. She is celebrating her Indigenous roots - and her love for both running and science - in an inspirational way, as documented in the latest installment of the Patagonia production "Run To" series.

"I Wish We Were Rich", performed by Stories That Soar! in 2017.

  • Learn about Rabiʽ al-Awwal, a sacred time for Muslims that honors the birth of the prophet Muhammad. Irfan Sarwar Sheikh, a Tucsonan from Pakistan who believes in building bridges with interfaith dialogue, shares some history behind the meaning.
Muslim Communities 617x347 The Muslim community in Tucson is characterized by a broad diversity.
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will and the wolf poster unsized To-Reè-Neè Wolf's new multi-media collaboration with Will Clipman, called “Will and the Wolf”, will be onstage at Invisible Theatre from Thursday through Saturday, November 18th, 19th and 20th.

to-ree-nee wolf hero To-Ree-Nee Wolf in performance.

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