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6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 12, 1999



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Tip People and Their Sky:
Afican Sky Tales
Phnetarium Show
Tine: 12:30pm and 3:30pm
Lortion: Planetarium, Exhibit Museim
of Jatural History, Ruthven Museums Bldg.
Coitact: Matthew Linke
73647.1381, mlinke@umich.edu
Tciets: $3.25/adults, $3/seniors
an children 12 and under.
Spmsors: Exhibit Museum of Natural History, and
thi Office of the Associate Provost for Academic Affairs
Nde: The Planetarium Show will also run on
lauary 1-15, January 23-24, and January 30-31.
"Te Gospel at Colonus Family Performance"
Fanily Performance
Tine:2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Loaton: Power Center
Cmttct: University Musical Society, 734.764.2538 or
801,221.1229, umstix@umich.edu
Spnsrs: University Musical Society, Office of the
Prvo, Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Audiences for the
Petorning Arts Network, NBD Bank, and media partner
WEA. 89.1 FM
Detot Storyliving's Role-play and Storytelling
Time I:00-3:00pm and 4:00-5:30pm
Locain: Kessler Room, Michigan League
Conht: Adrea Korthease
734.95.1055, adreamk@umich.edu
Sponss: The 1999 MILK Symposium Planning Committee,
the Schol of Education, and the School of Social Work
Note: A program is intergenerational and designed
for bothhildren and adults to participate. This program
also willun on MondayJanuary 18.
Mascots od Motifs: Negotiating the Images
of Native~mericans and Popular Culture
Lecture byharlene Teeters
Time: 6:00m
Location: hndelssohn Theatre, Michigan League
Contact: Aea Korthease
734.936.105, adreamk@umich.edu
Sponsors: VkK Symposium Planning Committee
and the Natre American Student Association
Jam 4 Jesus
Gospel Peronance
Time: 6:30pr
Location: Racham Auditorium
Contact: DeAelia Wiley
Sponsor: Musilans for Christ
A Musical Celeration of the MLK Holiday
Performance b'harlie King, singer,
and special apparance the Sacred Song Singers
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Gees, St. Clare's Episcopal Church,
2309 Packard ad Eastover/Jewitt
Contact: Tobijaiah-Davies (days)
734.663. 1870 ioj@hotmail.com
or Martha Krarsorf (evenings)
734.663.7933, mransdo@umich.edu
Tickets: $10 in adance, $12 at the door, $25 for
benefactors listed tthe program. Children 12 and
under are $5 in advce and $7 at the door. For advance
tickets please call th above listed numbers.
Sponsor: Interfaith Cuncil for Peace and Justice.
and the Nonviolent AMion for Racial Justice
"The Blackness BlueTime to Change the Tune (A
Sister's Story)"
Performa nce
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: Arena Theatrerieze Building
Contact: Dominique Moriseau, 734.434.5931,
Sponsor: Theatre Departmnt/Basement Arts
Encompass: Many in One
Time: 8:00pm
Location: Michigan Theater
Contact: Allen Narcisse
734.332.7842, narcisse@umi edu
Tickets: $5.50 and $7.50; availble at
the Michigan Union Ticket Offic
Sponsors: Michigan Student Asembly, Rackham
Student Government, Office of Aodemic Multicultural
Initiatives, LS&A Student Goverment, the School
of Business, Dialogues on Diversit and the Dean
of Students Office
"The Gospel at Colonus"
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: Power Center
Contact: University Musical Society134.764.2538 or

800.221.1229, umstix@umich.edu
Sponsors: UM Musical Society, Officef the Provost, Lila
Wallace-Reader's Digest Audiences f6.the Performing
Arts Network, NBD Bank, and media prtner
WEMU, 89.1 FM
Planting Seeds for a Prosperous Future
High School Students' and Presentation
Time: Overnight Program
Lccation: Trotter House




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A Tribute Through the Arts to Dr. King
Performance of Song, Dance, Music,
Poetry, and Interpretation
Time: 9,O0pm-1 1:00pmn
Location: Leonardo's, Pierpont Commons
Contact: Helen Welford
734.647.6838, welford@umich.edu

Shades of Us
Art Exhibit
Time 7:00am-Midnight

A World of True Unity & Diversity
Lecture by Reverend Dr. Elias Farajaje-Jones
Time: 6:00pm

Implementing the Dream
in Sciences and Engineering
Panel Discussion with faculty,




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