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Rust Fungi of Southern Africa

Rust disease, a plant disease caused by various species of fungi, is commonly spotted by its unique brown-hued spore pattern. Readers curious about the plant pathogens that cause the disease may enjoy this comprehensive key. Globally, thousands of species of rust fungi exist. More than 500 of these species hail from South Africa, giving the area a unique lens into rust fungi classification and...

https://collections.daf.qld.gov.au/web/key/africarust/Media/...
Mycology and Citizen Science with William Padilla-Brown

William Padilla-Brown wears many hats as "a mycologist, teacher, and social permaculture practitioner." On this episode of The Permaculture Podcast (a show that has spent the last decade connecting listeners to experts on diverse niches within natural ecosystems), Padilla-Brown discusses what sparked his interest in mycology and what the future holds for his various projects. He credits his...

https://www.thepermaculturepodcast.com/2020/mycology-and-cit...
Civil Rights: The Music and the Movement

This resource is perfect for those looking to learn more about the connections between music and the Civil Rights Movement. The hour-long panel was organized by The Forum@MC, a project of UC Davis's Mondavi Center, in 2009. It features a conversation between Jeffrey Callison (Capital Public Radio, KXJZ, Sacramento), Dr. Milmon Harrison (Professor and Director of the African American and African...

https://www.youtube.com/watch/QDbSjkkHPGs
Virtual Nonprofit Tour of the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum

The Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, a project of the Smithsonian Institute, curates exhibitions on soul music and social change. The museum "tells the story of musical pioneers who, for the love of music, overcame racial and socio-economic barriers to create the music that shook the entire world." At the link above, readers can enjoy a virtual tour of the museum led by Executive Director John Doyle....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2w20sPrzXfE
Civil Rights on the B-Side

The Kennedy Center's series Of Thee We Sing explores how music shaped the early years of the Civil Rights Movement. In this 15-minute clip, host Jean Cochran describes a trove of civil rights music just recently discovered on the "B-side" of records. Cochran gets insights from a distinguished panel of guests: Dr. Dwandalyn Reece (curator of music and performing arts at the Smithsonian National...

https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/resources-for-educa...