A bimonthly show hosted by Deborah Sedillo Dugan, featuring guests who highlight a range of cultural, social and economic issues with impact on Phoenix's diverse residents. DiverseCity reporters go on location to cover stories happening around the city and viewers are encouraged to learn about city services and to be civically engaged. Use the gallery on the left and click a story from the most recent show:Teen Dating Violence can lead to serious consequences and teens need to be educated on the warning signs.
Previous episodes of DiverseCity: See photos from pioneer James McClintock in the Arizona Room at Burton Barr Library, learn how to get a Cultural Pass and visit area museums for FREE with your library card, find out how to join a book club and check out how you can get a cut-rate price on a book through the Friends of the Library.
Use the "Next Screen" icon to see stories on Junior Golf, what exercise equipment and classes are a daily routine at Peco Community Center and see how nine little ballerinas started at Maryvale Community Center and then cast in Ballet Arizona’s Nutcracker production. Also, fast pitch softball and soccer players play and practice at world class fields in Phoenix. See how teams from around the country contributed to the $120 Million in sales at the Reach 11 Sports Complex. The show closes with the new "Citizen Journalist" feature about Papago Park.
Additonal stories on Human Services Dept. works with the 15 different Senior Centers and the programs offered, English and citizenship classes offered at the Chinese Senior Center, friendships and domino challenges at Seniors Opportunities West Center, romance leads to weddings at Manzanita Senior Center and Chef John Steidley cooks up the best stir fry at the Chinese Senior Center.
Watch previous episodes by clicking the “next screen” in the lower right of the gallery view. Previous programs include: ADA Accessibility at ASU Downtown Phoenix, Save Our Parking Space Campaign, Phoenix Convention Center Executive Chef's Lamb Loin Wellington and learn about the Burton Barr Library's Literacy and Learning Program.