Student Featured in Seattle Woman Magazine

Cohort 9 student, Marcia Tate Arunga, was recently featured in Seattle Woman Magazine. The article highlights Marcia’s co-founding of Cultural Reconnection Missions, an organization whose members travel to Africa annually on journeys to reconnect African Americans to their centuries-old roots, and her many other community-enriching activities, in addition to her faculty position at Antioch University Seattle. Marcia was also noted in The Seattle Times for her direction of the play, The Stolen Ones and How They Were Missed, with Seattle area students at Denny International Middle School.

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