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(U.S. Air Force Graphic) Robins observes Black History Month with events throughout February
Robins Air Force Base will celebrate the achievements and contributions African Americans have made to society as it hosts events throughout February’s Black History Month. Kenneth Hubbard, Black History Observance Committee chairman and Team Robins Diversity Council Executive Board trustee, said the observance is a time to reflect.
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The movie Windtalkers will be shown  at 5 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 10, in the base theater. Admission is free. Team Robins celebrates Native American Indian Heritage Month
Whether you are team ‘salad bowl’ or team ‘melting pot’, most Americans can agree that the nation’s fabric is multicultural, made strong through the contributions of many various ethnic groups.   To honor the contributions of some of her original weavers, Robins will celebrate Native American Indian Heritage Month with events meant to honor the
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Default Air Force Logo Robins opens dialogue on Disability Employment Awareness with activities throughout October
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month.   Team Robins has a variety of events planned throughout October to help spread awareness of how individuals with disabilities can be an integral part of the workforce. These events are intended to demonstrate how people with disabilities adapt and overcome their challenges in a variety of
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Dancers perform a Vietnamese Bamboo Dance to the rock group Queen’s “We Will Rock You” during the third annual Diversity Luncheon held Tuesday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton) Team Robins celebrates diversity
The rock group Queen’s “We Will Rock You” doesn’t sound like a traditional song for a Vietnamese Bamboo Dance but that’s exactly the right beat for the choreography. The Asian American Pacific Islander team was just one of many performers and speakers at the third annual Diversity Luncheon held at the Heritage Club on Tuesday. Audience members
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