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14th Annual
University
of Michigan
Reverend Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Symposium
Coment

January 5-February 21 2001
For Further Information
Contact Damon Williams
Program Coordinator
Office of Academic
Multicultural Initiatives
734. 936.1055
mlkteam@umich.edu
www.miksymposium.org

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Panel discussion
Reporting on Race
Then + Now:
The Press and Public Policy
David Halberstam,
Paul Delaney,
Gene Roberts,
John Siegenthaler
Monday, January 08, 2001
1:00pm
Rackham Amphitheater
Contact Pat McCune
647.2655
phmccune@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Dialogues on Diversity
and the Michigan
Journalism Fellows
Movie Screening
"Do The Right Thing"
Wednesday, January 10, 2001
8:00pm
Michigan League
Underground
Contact Benita Murrel
763.4652
bmurrel@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Michigan League
Programming Office
MLK Opening
Lecture Reception
for Dr. Manning Marable
Thursday, January 11, 2001
3:30pm
West Hall in the CAAS Library
Contact Damon Williams
936.1055
damonw@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Center for Afroamerican and
African Studies, and the
2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
Race Society + the Digital
Divide Lecture featuring
Dr. Manning Marable
Thursday, January 11, 2001
7:00pm
Michigan League Ballroom
Contact Damon Williams
936.1055
damonw@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee, and the
Center for Afroamerican and
African Studies (CAAS)
Middle Passages:
The Transatlantic Slave Trade
+ North American Slavery
Lecture by Thomas C. Holt
Friday, January 12, 2001
10:00am
Tisch Hall, Room 1023
Contact Bethany Osborne
936.1595
bosborne@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Comparative Study of Social
Transformations (CSST),
Atlantic Studies Initiative,
College of Literature, Science
and Arts; Department of History,
and the Center for Afroamerican

and African Studies

The Problem of Race
in the Twenty-First Century
Featuring Thomas C. Holt
Friday, January 12, 2001
4:00pm
Rackham Building
the Assembly Hall
Contact Bethany Osborne
936.1595
bosborne@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Comparative Study of Social
Transformations ICSSTI,
Atlantic Studies Initiative,
College of Literature, Science
and Arts; Department of
History, and the Center for
Afroamerican and African
Studies
Hip-Hop Explosion:
The Fantastic Voyage
Featuring Slum Village
Friday, January 12, 2001
7:30pm
Michigan League Ballroom
Contact Damon Williams
936.1055
damonw@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee,.
the Black Student Union,
Komposit, Black Vibes, and
the Office of Major Events
The Fantastic Voyage After
Party + Open Mic Session
Hosted by Komposit
Friday, January 12, 2001
9:00pm
Michigan League Underground
Contact Nihar Kulkarni
358.7966
nharihar@umich.edu
Sponsored by Komposit
Re-imagining South Africa
+ the Political Imagination of
South Africans
Saturday, January 13, 2001
9:00am
International Institute
Room 1636
Contact Grace Davie
213-5612
ddavie@umich.edu.
Sponsored by the
Center for Afroamerican
and African Studies' South
Africa Initiatives Office, the
Africa Workshop, the
International Institute, the
Horace H. Rackham School
of Graduate Studies, the Office
for Academic Multicultural
Initiatives, the Department of
History, the Department of
Anthropology, and the
Department of Comparative
Literature's Global Ethnic
Literatures Project

Delta Sigma Theta Presents
the Founders Day Party
+ Infamous Step Show
Saturday, January 13, 20011
9:00pm
Michigan Union Ballroom
Contact Christel Williams
936.3686
christew@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority Incorporated
Black Volunteer Network 2nd
Annual MLK High School
Visitation Weekend
Sunday, January 14, 2001
12:00pm
Trotter House
Contact Demitra Taylor
764-0160
detaylor@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Black Volunteer Network
and the 2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
Standardized Testing
+ Affirmative Action
Featuring Mr. David White
Sunday, January 14, 2001
1:00pm
Modern Languages Building
(MLB), Lecture Room 1
Contact Cyril Cordor
764-2783
ccordor@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Law Students for
Affirmative Action
Affirmative Action
+ Segregation Lecture
featuring Dr. Walter Allen
Sunday, January 14, 2001
3:30pm
Modern Languages Building
Lecture, Room 1
Contact Jessica Curtin
222.8184
jcurtin@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Defend Affirmative Action Party
Campus Racism and Cross
Group Interaction
Featuring Dr. Danny Solorzano
Sunday, January 14, 2001
4:30pm
Modern Languages Building
Lecture Room 1
Contact Ben Royal
764.1641
broyal@umich.edu
Sponsored by
The Palestine Committee
and the Muslim Student
Association

Lift Every Voice + Sing
Featuring Detroit
Mosaic Singers
Sunday, January 14, 2001
4:30pm
Frieze Building
Trueblood Theater
Contact Professor Daryl Jones
764.5350
dvjones@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Theater and Drama
Department, and the 2001
MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
Mobilization + the Latino
Community in the 21st Century
a Town Hall Meeting
Sunday, January 14, 2001
7:00pm
East Hall Colloquial
Room 4448
Contact Rosio Suarez
764.9672
rsuarez@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Latino Studies Program in the
American Culture Department
and the Latino Task Force
The MLK Memorial Keynote
Speaker's Reception
Mr. Edward James Olmos
Sunday, January 14, 2001
5:00pm
East-Hall Atrium
Contact Damon Williams
936.1055
damonw@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee, Latino
Studies Program in the
American Culture Department,
the Latino Task Force, and
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
United for Equality
+ Affirmative Action
Sunday, January 14, 2001
7:00pm
Modern Languages Building
Lecture Room 1
Contact Agnes Aleobua
764.9667
aaleobua@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Sister 2 Sister, Advocates for
Student Parents, and the
Office of Academic
Multicultural Initiatives
Representing Race,
Class, + Gender
Monday, January 15, 2001
8:00am
Michigan Union Pond Room
Contact Phyllis Frus
647.4522
frus@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Sweetland Writing Center

Martin Luther King Day
March + Rally
Monday, January 15, 2001
12:00pm
South University and
Forest Avenue
Sponsored by the
Coalition to Defend
Affirmative Action
and Integration
Race Relations + Sport:
A Viewing of the Curt
Flood Gallery
Monday, January 15, 2001
9:00am
CCRB, Room 1030/1040
Contact Quentin Love
763.0186
glove@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Division of Kinesiology
and the Paul Robeson
Research Center
MLK Day Children's Program
Monday, January 15, 2001
9:00am
Michigan League
Mendelsohn Theater
Contact Cheryl Vereen
764.6493
cdvereen@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
School of Education, the
School of Social Work, and
the 2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
Memorial Lecture
The Reverend Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr.
by Mr. Edward James Olmos
Monday, January 15, 2001
10:00am
Hill Auditorium
Contact Damon Williams
936.1055
damonw@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee,
and the Office of the Provost
Educational Reform
Roundtable Discussion with
Dr. Ronald Ferguson
Monday, January 15, 2001
12:00pm
Michigan League
Koessler Room
Contact Cheryl Vereen
764.6493
cdvereen@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
School of Education, the
School of Social Work, and
the 2001 MLK Symposium .
Planning Committee

Commitment + Renewal:
Improving Health Care for All
Monday, January 15, 2001
12:00pm
Towsley Center
Dow Auditorium
Contact Valener Perry
764.5550,
vlperry@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
College of Pharmacy,
U-M Health Systems, School
of Dentistry, the School
of Public Health, School of
Nursing, the School of
Medicine, and the School of
Social Work
U-M Business and
Finance Convocation
Monday, January 15, 2001
11:30 am
Power Center
Contact Paige Prieskorn
763.9379
ppriesko@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Business and
Finance Division
Acting on the Dream:
The MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 15, 2001
12:30pm
Chemistry Building Atrium
Room 1800
Contact Shelly Hundiwal
327.4878
shundiwa@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Project SERVE-Campus
Programs/Park, and the 2001
MLK Symposium Planning
Committee
Collecting + Interpreting
Race + Ethnicity Data:
Census 2000 and Beyond
Monday, January 15, 2001
1:00pm
Institute for Soial Research
Room 6050
Contact David Harris
647.6867,
drharris@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Department of Sociology,
and the Institute for Social
Research
What Is Really Going On?
Part IIl: Diversity at the
University of Michigan
featuring Dr. Earl Lewis
Monday, January 15, 2001
1:00pm
Pierpont Commons East Room
Contact Laura Dykes
647.7151
Idykes@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
College of Engineering, the
National Organization of Black
Chemists and Chemical
Engineers, and the Aerospace
Minority Engineering Society

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