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The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 12, 2001- 9

1W Film Screening + Discussion
"Eyes on the Prize"
+ "At the River I Stand"
Monday, January 15, 2001
1:00pm
Michigan League
Michigan Room (2nd Floor)
Contact James Toy
764.5191
ayetfm@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Office of Equity &k Diversity
Services
Not without a Struggle:
Paying Homage to the King,
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Monday, January 15, 2001
1:00pm
Rackham Graduate
School Amphitheater
Contact Marie Moorhouse
936.6729
moorhous@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Women of Color Taskforce
UM Business School
MILK Keynote Lecture
Featuring Mr. Juan Williams
Monday, January 15, 2001
1:30pm
Business School
Hale Auditorium
Contact Doris Sanford
936.3515
dsanford@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
School of Business
Dr. Carmen Tafolla:
"With Our Very Own Names"
Monday, January 15, 2001
2:00pm
Michigan Union Ballroom
Contact Charles Ransom
764.7522
ransomcg@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
University Library, Office of
the Chief Information Officer,
and the School of Information
A Focus On Outcomes
Monday, January 15, 2001
2:00pm
Michigan Union
Pendelton Room
Contact Feodies Shipp
647.1453
dini@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
* Office of Undergraduate
Admissions, and Office of
Academic Multicultural
Initiatives
Renewing the Commitment
Monday, January 15, 2001
3:00pm
School of Dentistry
Kellogg Atrium
* Contact Cara Voss
647.4156
cvoss@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
School of Dentistry's Office
of the Dean, and the

Multicultural Affairs Committee
School Reform:
Closing the Achievement Gap
Monday, January 15, 2001
3:00pm
School of Education Building
Schorling Auditorium
Room 1202
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
"I May Not Get There
With You: The True Martin
Luther King Jr."
with Dr. Michael Eric Dyson
Monday, January 15, 2001
3:30pm
Rackham Graduate
School Auditorium
Contact Lynne Dumas

Civil Rights Issues:
Obstacles + Strategies
for Moving Forward
Monday, January 15, 2001
4:00pm
Hutchins Hall, Room 250
Contact Charlotte Johnson
615.0019
chj@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Law School, Black Law
Students Association, Asian
Pacific Law Students
Association, and the Latino
Law Students Association
Dr. Marjorie Lee Browne
Colloquium: Strengthening
the K-12 Curriculum in
Science + Mathematics:
An Absolute Must
Monday, January 15, 2001
4:10pm
East Hall, Room 1360
Contact Suzanne Jackson
647.4462
suzannej@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Mathematics Department
Gallery of Dreams
Monday, January 15, 2001
5:00pm
Pierpoint Commons Lobby
Contact Tumi Adebiyi
647.7151
tadebiyi@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
College of Engineering, and
the National Society of Black
Engineers
Blues and Politics:
the Mingus Big Band
Featuring Vocalist
Kevin Mahogany
Monday, January 15, 2001
8:00pm
Hill Auditorium
Contact the
University Musical Society
764.2538
Sponsored by the
University Musical Society,
the Detroit Edison Foundation,
the Wallace-Readers Digest
Funds, JazzNet, and the Office
of Academic Multicultural
Initiatives
Book Discussion:
A Hope in the Unseen
Tuesday, January 16, 2001
12:00pm
400 North Ingalls, Room 1334
Contact Debra Brown
734.936.1615
mrsbrown@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
School of Nursing
Detroit Design Charrette:
Grand River Avenue
Tuesday, January 16, 2001
5:00 pm
Cass Technical High School
Cafeteria (Detroit)
Contact Janice Harvey

764.1340
jrharvey@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Office of the President,
A. Alfred Taubman College of
Architecture and Urban
Planning, and U-M's Arts of
Citizenship Program
Sandwiched Between
Two Cultures
Tuesday, January 16, 2001
7:00pm
Michigan League
Henderson Room
Contact Benita Murrel
763.4652
bmurrel@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Michigan League Programming

Informational Meeting:
Giving back to the Community
(Tutoring and Mentorship)
Tuesday, January 16, 2001
7:00pm
Couzens Hall Living Room
Contact Danny Asnani
647.4860
dasnani@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Michigan Community
Scholars Program
Movie Screening
"GI Jane"
Tuesday, January 16, 2001
7:00pm
Chrysler Center Auditorium
Contact Lisa Payton
647-7151
lpayton@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Tau Beta Pi, the Society
for Hispanic Professional
Engineers, and the College
of Engineering
Commitment + Renewal
through Care and Discovery
Wednesday, January 17, 2001
12:00pm
400 North Ingalls, Room 1334
Contact Debra Brown
936.1615
mrsbrown@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
School of Nursing
Americans of Color
International!
Wednesday, January 17, 2001
6:00pm
International Center, Room 9
Contact William Nolting
647.2299
bnolting@umich.edu
Sponsored by
International Center
and the Office of Multi-Ethnic
Student Affairs
Urban Sprawl, Justice, + the
Environment: An Evening
with Dr. Robert D. Bullard
Wednesday, January 17, 2001
7:00pm
Business School
Hale Auditorium
Contact Kathryn Whiteman
827.1585
kwhitema@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Urban Planning Student
Association, School
of Natural, Resources
an Environment and the
Department of Urban
and Regional Planning
The Value of Diversity
in the Workplace
Thursday, January 18, 2001
12:00pm
Towsley Center
Sheldon Auditorium
Contact Aiko Nakatani
936.4371
nakatani@umich.edu

Sponsored by
Department of Internal
Medicine
North Campus Cultural Fair
Thursday, January 18, 2001
5:30pm
Chrisler Center Lobby
and Media Union Gallery
Contact Michael Keinath
936.3066
keinath@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
College of Engineering,
American Society for
Engineering Education,
and the Society of Minority
Engineering Students
Changing the Perspective
of Health Care
Featuring Guadalupe Lara,
MSW
Thursday, January 18, 2001
7:00pm
Michigan Union

North Campus MLK
Spirit Awards Program
Thursday, January 18, 2001
7:00pm
Chrisler Arena
Chesebrough Auditorium
Contact Karla Johnson
647.7035
karladj@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
College of Engineering, the
A. Alfred Taubman College of
Architecture & Urban
Planning, the School of Art
& Design, and the School
of Music
Hyenas: Serote Reflects
on Art and the Struggle
for Liberation
Thursday, January 18, 2001
7:30pm
Museum of Art, Apse Room
Contact Pam Reister
615.6247
preister@umich.edu
Sponsored by
The University of Michigan
Museum of Art, Visiting Writers
Program, Department of
English, King/Chavez/Parks'
Visiting Professors Program,
and International Institute
Arts of Citizenship Program
Motor City Blight Busters
with the Michigan Community
Scholars Program
Saturday, January 20, 2001
8:00am
Couzens Lobby
Contact Danny Asnani
647.4860
dasnani@umich.edu
Sponsored by
the Michigan Community
Scholars Program
Academic Life: In Search
of the Perfect Metaphor
Featuring Dr. Michael Olivas
Monday, January 22, 2001
12:30pm
Hutchins Hall, Room 250
Contact Damon Williams
936.1055
damonw@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
and the School of Law
"Spinning Into Butter"-
A Reading + Discussion
Monday, January 22, 2001
7:30pm
East Quad Auditorium
Contact Thomas Weisskopf
763.0176
tomw@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Residential College
Africa in the 21st Century:
What Can We Do?
Tuesday, January 23, 2001
7:00pm
Michigan Union

Kuenzel Room
Contact Nkechi Mbanu
936-1600
nmbanu@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Students for the
.Advocacy of Africa
Native American Rights
and Politics
Featuring Mr. John Ecohawk
Wednesday, January 24, 2001
7:00pm
Michigan Union
Pendelton Room
Contact Andrew Adams
936.1055 drewada@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Native American Student
Association, Native American
Law Student Association,
and the 2001 MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
Movie Screening,

Serving a Diverse
Student Population
Thursday, January 25, 2001
11:30am
Michigan Union
Parker Room, 2nd Floor
Contact Neftara Clark
763.5900
clarkn@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Student Activities
and Leadership (SAL)
Leadership Across
Cultures + Context
Thursday, January 25, 2001
12:45pm
Michigan Union
Parker Room, 2nd Floor
Contact Neftara Clark
763-5900
clarkn@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Student Activities
and Leadership (SAL)
Social Change from the
Inside + Out
Thursday, January 25, 2001
2:00pm
Michigan Union
Parker Room, 2nd Floor
Contact Neftara Clark
763.5900
clarkn@umich.edu
Sponsored by
StudentActivities
and Leadership (SAL)
Adio Kerida: A Cuban
Sephardic Journey
Film Showing + Talk
by Professor Ruth Behar
comments by Umi Vaughan
(U -M Graduate Student)
Friday, January 26, 2001
8:00pm
International Institute
Room 2609
School of Social Work
Contact Elizabeth Martins
763.0553
bmartins@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Latin American and
Caribbean Studies Program
In Search of Common Ground:
Finding Our Way in a
Diverse Democracy
Tuesday, January 30, 2001
10:00am
Rackham Amphitheater
Contact Pat McCune
647.2655
phmccune@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Dialogues on Diversity, School
of Public Policy, Law School,
School of Social Work, and the
School of Business Administra-
tion
Pedagogy In Ethnic Studies
Friday, February 02, 2001
12:0pm
2433 Mason Hall
Contact Michelle Lin

764.4192
mlinz@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Asian Pacific American
Studies in the American
Culture Program, United Asian
American Organizations, and
the Office of Academic
Multicultural Initiatives
Empowering the Asian
Pacific American Community
Saturday, February 03, 2001
11:00 am.
South Quad
Yori Kochiyama Lounge
Contact Michelle Lin
764-4192
mlinz@umich nei

w

Delany, Crowther, + the
Meaning of "African"
Homecoming-a Graduate
Student Symposium with
Professor Sandra Gunning
Thursday, February 08, 2001
10:00am
Tisch Hall, Room 1023
Contact Bethany Osborne
936.1595 bosborne@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Program in the Comparative
Study of Social Transformations
K-Grams Kids-Fair
Friday, February 09, 2001
9:00am,
Crisler Arena
Contact Ani Shehigian
669.9497
ashehigi@umich.edu
Sponsored by K-Grams
Public Policy + Students
of Color
with Dr. Ernest Wilson
Friday, February 09, 2001
12:00pm
Lorch Hall
Contact, Sukhi Dosanjh
222.8496
sukhi@umich.edu
Sponsored by the
Gerald Ford School
of Public Policy
Movie Screening
"Snow Falling on Cedars"
Thursday, February 15, 2001
7:00pm
Chrysler Center Auditorium
Contact Lisa Payton
647.7151
Ipayton@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Tau Beta Pi, The Society
for Hispanic Professional
Engineers, and the College
of Engineering
Claiming Space:
Activism and Affirmation
through the Work of Students
of Color - the 11th Annual
SCOR Conference
Featuring Dr. Mary
Frances Berry
Friday, February 16, 2001
8:00pm
Rackham Graduate School
Contact Odis Johnson
973.8999
odisj@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Students of Color of Rackham,
the Rackham Graduate School,
and the Office of
Academic Multicultural
Initiatives
Mother Ada Wright and the
International Campaign to
"Free the Scottsboro Boys"
lecture by Susan Pennybacker
Wednesday, February 21, 2001
4:00pm
School of Social Work
Building, Room 2609

Contact Bethany Osborne
936.1595
bosborne@umich.edu
Sponsored by
Program in the Comparative
Study of Social Transformations
(CSST). The Atlantic Studies
Initiative; the Office of the
Dean, College of Literature,
Science and Arts; Department
of History; and the Center for
Afroamerican and African
Studies
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