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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 2003 - 9

Seventeenth Annual
University of Michigan
Reverend Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Symposium
Still Separate?
Still Unequal?
Brown versus
Board of Education,
Fifty Years Later...
January 5-31, 2004
MLK Opening Lecture
Student to Student:
A Conversation with the Brown Sisters
6:00 pm, Monday, January 12
Michigan Union Ballroom
Presented by the MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
MLK Memorial Keynote Address
Lani Guinier, Professor, Harvard Law School
10:00 am, Monday, January 19
Hill Auditorium
Presented by the MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
Children's Day Program
9:30 am - 2:00 pm, Monday, January 19
Modern Languages Building
Co-sponsored by the School of Education
and the School of Social Work
Lecture
50 Years Since Brown v. Board of Education:
Christopher Edley, Jr,
Professor, Harvard Law School
2:00 pm, Monday, January 19
Michigan Union Ballroom
Co-sponsored by the University Library,
the MLK Symposium Planning Committee,
Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives,
Information Technology Central Services,
School of Information, Law Library,
Kresge Business Administration Library,
Bentley Historical Library, and University Housing
Concert

Jazz Divas Summit
7:30 pm, Monday, January 19
Hill Auditorium
Co-presented by the University Musical Society
and the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives

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about the MLK Symposium,
please contact:
SilviaCarranza
MLK Symposium Coordinator
University of Michigan
Office of Academic
Multicultural Initiatives
Telephone 734.936.1055

MLK Speaker Series
Arturo Rodriguez, President,
United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO
6:00 pm, Wednesday, January 21
Michigan Union Anderson Room
Presented by the MLK Symposium
Planning Committee
MLK Closing Lecture
John Trudell, Artist & Activist
6:00 pm, Monday, January 26

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