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Texas Register, Volume 45, Number 42, Pages 7341-7498, October 16, 2020

Description: A weekly publication, the Texas Register serves as the journal of state agency rulemaking for Texas. Information published in the Texas Register includes proposed, adopted, withdrawn and emergency rule actions, notices of state agency review of agency rules, governor's appointments, attorney general opinions, and miscellaneous documents such as requests for proposals. After adoption, these rulemaking actions are codified into the Texas Administrative Code.
Date: October 16, 2020
Creator: Texas. Secretary of State.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Kany West quote sign in Syndicate]

Description: A photograph of a sign on the stage of the Union Building's Syndicate. It is a quote from Kanye West that reads "Now I could let these dream killers kill my self-esteem or use my arrogance as the steam to power my dreams." There is also a side profile painting of Kanye on half the poster.
Date: October 16, 2017
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Kanye West sign on the stage in the Syndicate]

Description: A photograph of a Kanye West sign on the stage in the Union Building's Syndicate during the summit held by the TCC Men of Color Collaborative. Half of the sign has a quote that reads "Now I could let these dream killers kill my self-esteem or use my arrogance as the steam to power my dreams...". The other half is a side profile painting of Kanye West.
Date: October 16, 2017
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Man standing behind chair on the Syndicate stage]

Description: A photograph of a man standing behind a chair on the stage of the Union Building's Syndicate. He is speaking with a microphone as part of the summit held by the TCC Men of Color Collaborative and there are other chairs set up beside him.
Date: October 16, 2017
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Men on stage in the Syndicate]

Description: A photograph of the stage set-up in the Union Building's Syndicate for the TCC Men of Color Collaborative who came to speak at UNT for a Summit. Two men are standing by their chairs on the stage. A sign on the ground reads "Now I could let these dream killers kill my self-esteem or use my arrogance as the steam to power my dreams... K. West" with a side profile of Kanye West painted next to the quote.
Date: October 16, 2017
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Men on the stage in the Syndicate]

Description: A photograph of the chairs set up on the stage in the Union Building's Syndicate. They are there for the summit held by the TCC Men of Color Collaborative. A man is seated on one of the chairs and other men are standing at the back of the stage where a table with a laptop and sound systems is set up. There is also a Kanye West painting and quote on a sign in the front.
Date: October 16, 2017
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Men speaking on the stage in the Syndicate]

Description: A photograph of the men on the stage in the Union Building's Syndicate during the summit held by the TCC Men of Color Collaborative. They are sitting in chairs that were set up for them and one is holding up a microphone to speak into. There is also a sign with a Kanye West quote and painting on it.
Date: October 16, 2017
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Men speaking to crowd in Syndicate]

Description: A photograph of men speaking to the crowd in the Union Building's Syndicate. They are standing on the edge of the stage and the people are sitting at a table. They are part of the TCC Men of Color Collaborative who came to speak at UNT at a Summit.
Date: October 16, 2017
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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