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CALENDAR of EVENTS
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All events are free and open
to the public unless otherwise
by Arts at Michigan, the American Music
Institute, the Center for African and African
American Studies, the School of Music and the
Of/ice ofAcademic AMulticultural Initiatives.
ARCHITECTURE DOCUMENTARY COMPETION
5:30 PM " 2107 Art and Architecture
Building ' Sponsored by NOMAS.
A CALL TO ACTION THROUGH SPOKEN WORD,
FEATURING SAUL WILLIAMS
7:30 PM - Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre .
Sponsored by the 2006 MLKSymposium
Planning Committee, the Ofice ofAcademic
MulticulturalInitiatives, Poetry Slam and
T HURSDAY JANUA RY 26
SKIN CANCER & ETHNIC SKIN
8:30 AM. + 1911 'aubman Health Center'"
Sponsored by the Department ofDermatology.
MONDAY JANUARY 30
ML K SYMPOSIUM CLOSNG LECTURE: CHARLENE
5:00 PM -"Ballroom, Michigan Union
* Sponsored by the 19th Annual MLK
Symposium Planning Committee and the
Office of Acadernic Midticultural Initiatives.
Campus maps are available
online at http://umich.edu/binfol
MLK SYMPOSIUM FILM SERIES:Two TOWNS OF
6:00 PM " D1270, William Davidson Hall,
Ross School of Business-"Sponsored by the
19th Annual Symposium Planning Committee
and the Officer fAcade'm Multicultural
11TH ANNUAL NORTH CAMPUS SPIRIT OF MILK
6:30 PM + Chrysler Center's Chesebrough
Auditorium'- Sponsored by the A. Alfred
Taubosan College ofA rchitecture & Urban
Planning, the School fArt & Design, the
College of Engineering, the School of Music,
and the University Unions Office-ofArts anl
SHOULD RELIGIOUS BELIEFS BE A al.ALIFICATION FOR
7:00 PM + Ann Arbor District Library, 343
South 5th Ave. *Sponsored by the Presidents
Initiative on Ethics in Public Lift
*4 44 44$
For a detailed, continuously
updated list of all events, please
visit our website at http://
mlksymposium. umich. edu
TUNNEL OF OPPRESSION'
5:00 PM Baits 1, Stanley Upper Lounge "
Sponsored by Baits Hall Residence Staff and
the Baits Minority Peer Advisor. " This event
runs continuously from Sunday January 8
through SundayJanuary 29.
MLK SYMPOSIUM FILM SERIES: T-SHIRT TRAVELS
6:00 PM * D1276, William Davidson Hall,
Ross School of Business Sponsored by the
19th Annual Symposium Planning Committee
and the Office ofA cademic fuitienltural
LANGUAGE VARIATION AND LANGUAGE CHANGE IN
CAPE VERDEAN CREOLE: DR. MARLYSE BAPTISTA
4:10 PM - 4448 East Hall ' Sponsored by the
Department of Linguistics.
SAT U RDAY JANUARY 14
ROYAL INTRIGUEINO DISGUISE: A CONCERT OF
INDONESIAN PUPPETRY, GAMELAN MUSIC AND
8:00 PM ' Rackham Auditorium "
Sponsored by the Residential College, the
Department ofAsian Languages and Cudtures
and the (enter frr Southeast Asian Studies,
the Center for World Performance Studies, the
Provost's Office, Institute for the Humanities
and the School of Music.
FEATURING "THE THREE DOCTORS"
1:00 PM "hle Power Center'" Sponsored
by the Business and Finance Division, the
Office of Institutional Equity, the Department
of Intercollegiate Athletics, the Office of
Undergraduate Admissions, 19th Annual
ML K Symposium Planning Committee, the
Office ofFinancialAid, and the School of
VOICES LEFT BEHIND: HURRICANE KATRINA AND THE
1:00 PM e ,Pend leton Roon, Michigan
Union ' Sponsored by the Prison Creative A rts
MICHAEL ERIC DYSON: IS BILL COSBY
RIGHT? OR HAS THE BLACK MIDDLE CLASS
LOST ITS MIND?
1:30 PM - H ale Auditorium, Stephen M.
Ross School of Business ' Sponsored by the
Stephen M. Ross School of Business.
PLANETARIUM SHOW: THE PEOPLE AND THEIR SKY
1:30, 2:30, 3:30 PM ' Exhibit Museum of
Natural History, 1109 Geddes Avenue -
Sponsored by the Exhibit Museum ofNatural
KEITH A. BEAUCHAMP - DOCUMENTARY
FILMMAKER: THE UNTOLD STORY OF
EMMETT LOUIS TILL
2:00 PM - Michigan Union Ballroom
" Sponsored by the University Library,
Bentley Historical Library, Information
Technology Central Services, Kresge Business
Administration Library, Law Library, School
of Information, and University Housing
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING KEYNOTE ADDRESS: DR.
SYLVESTER JAMES GATES
2:30 PM '"Chesebrough Auditorium,
Duderstadt Center'+ Sponsored by the College
HEALTH CARE DISPARITIES IN AMERICA
3:00 PM ' Bickner Auditorium, Kinesiology
Building " Sponsored by the Kinesiology
INTERGROUP RELATIONS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: OUR
CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE
3:30 PM '"6050 Conference Room,
Institute for Social Research - Sponsored by
the Institute for Social Research and the ('enter
on Institutional Diversity.
LESSONS FROM THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT: THE
POWER OF ONE
3:30 PM - Rackham Graduate School
Amphitheatre, 4th floor- Sponsored by
Rackham Graduate School.
MARJORIE LEE BROWNE COLLOQUIUM: PROF. PHILIP
4:00 PM * 1360 East Hall, Mathematics
Department *Sponsored by the Department
SOUTH AFRICAN JUSTICE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
AND AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS: A COMPARISON OF
4:00 PM 100 Hutchins Hall " Sponsored
by the Law School.
SURVIVING KATRINA: THE INTERPLAY OF RACE AND
5:30 PM ' Mendelssohn T heater - Sponsored
by the School of Natural Resources and
Environment's EnvironmentalJustice Program
and School of Social Work.
AMERICA IN AN AGE OF GENOCIDE: FROM THE
HOLOCAUST TO DARFUR
7:00 PM * Residential College, East Quad
I 26 - Sponsored by the Residential College
and ST AND (Students 1"king Action Now
ANNUAL DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING MEMORIAL
CONCERT: TAKE 8
7:30 PM e Hill Auditorium .'Sponsored by
the University Mltusical Society and Ofice
offcademic Multicultural [nitiatives.
Tickets must be purchased for this event.
Please go to http://www.ums.orgfor more
RE-CONTEXTUALIZING THE VISION AND MISSION OF
8:00 PM- Ballroom, Michigan Union "
Sponsored by the Chinese Christian Fellowship
and the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
TUE SDAY J ANUARY 17
UNDER-SERVED & UNINSURED: DR. HERBERT
8:00 AM - M CHC Auditorium in the
Maternal Child H ealth Center' Sponsored
by the University of Michigan Departntent of
THE DINAH PROJECT BOOK CLUB DISCUSSION
5:00 PM ' Room 1334, School of Nursing
* Sponsored by the Center fir the Education
of Women and the School of Naursing Q/Jice of
FINDING YOUR VOICE: THE DREAMS AND VISION OF
REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING
7:00 PM + Michigan Union +'Sponsored by
Michigan Toastmasters, Twu Beta Pi and the
BLACKS AND JEWS: THE SILENCE BROKEN
7:30 PM ' Location to he announced"
Sponsored by TEedek and NVAACP.
WE DNESDAY JAN UA RY 18
BREAKING THE SILENCE SURROUNDING SEXUAL
12:00 PM - Wolverine Room, Michigan
Union - Sponsored by the Sexual Assault
Prevention andA wareness 'enter.
MULTICULTURAL CAREER FAIR
2:00 PM ' Michigan Union.' Sponsored by
the Career Center and the Office ofAcademic
BEYOND THE UNIVERSITY: EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL
6:00 PM - Rack ham Auditorium
Sponsored by the Undergraduate Research
NROTC MLK PANEL DISCUSSION
3:30 PM e G-390, Dental Building'
Sponsored by the Navy ROTC
MLK SYMPOSIUM FILM SERIES: BROTHER
OUTSIDER: THE LIFE OF BAYARD RUSTIN
6:00 PM " D1276, William Davidson Hall,
Ross School of Business " Sponsored by the
19th Annual .Symposiurm Planning Committee
and the Office of Academic Multicultural
POoR PEOPLE ARE NOT EXPENDABLE
3:00 PM'. Henderson Room, Michigan
League " Sponsored by the Ginsberg Center fair
CommunityService and Learning.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT DESIGN CHARRETTE
4:00 PM " 3rd Floor Studio, Art and
Architecture Building'" Sponsored by
4:00 PM * Koessler Room, Michigan
League - Sponsored by the Office of Multi-
Ethnic Student Afflirs and the Office of
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
NEy ORLEANS MUSIC: HISTORY AND CULTURE.
5:00 PM' -Room TBA'" Sponsored by
Arts at Michigan, Center for African and
African American Studies, Office ofAcademic
AMfudticultural lnitiatives, the School ofMusic
and the LS&A Dean's Office, Undergraduate
FRD AY J A NUARY 27
PHOTOGRAPHY AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL ACTIVISM:
AN ILLUSTRATED LECTURE BY KENRO IZU
12:00 PM'" 1636 School of Social Work
Building, International Institute ' Sponsored
by University of Michigan Museum ofArt and
Center for Southeast Asian Studies.
ARCHITECTURE LECTURE ON DIVERSITY
5:30 PM' 2107 Art and Architecture
Building'" Sponsored by NOMAS S
HOT 8 BRASS BAND PLAYS NEW ORLEANS BENEFIT
TO SAVE THE BRASS!
8:00 PM +'Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty
Street " This benefit concert is presented by-
Arts at Michigan with the generous support of
the Center for African and African American
Studies, FOKUS, the Michigan Theater, the
Office for Academic Alulticultural Initiatives
Annual MLKSymposium, the Office of the
Senior Vice-Provostfor AcademicAffairs,
the School of Music, the University Activities
Club, the University Musical Society and
the LS&A. D ean's Office, Undergraduate
Education. 'Donations are suggested.
Please visit http://miksymposium.umich.
edu for more information.
FIRST ANNUAL CENTRAL CAMPUS SPIRIT OF MLK
STUDENT RECOGNITION PROGRAM
Time to be announced " Location to be
announced' Sponsored by the Central
Campus schools and colleges.
NORA CHAPA Mu:ZA ABSTRACT
7:00 PM'" Pendleton Room, Michigan
Union " Sponsored by Sigma Lambda Gamma
and Sigma Lambda Beta.
CONFERENCE ON IMMIGRATION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE:
ORGANIZNG MIGRANT AND IMMIGRANT WORKERS
10:00 AM " Educational Conference
Center, School of Social Work' Sponsored
AT U DAY JA N A - 1
MLK SYMPOSIUM DAY OF SERVICE
10:00 AM '"Chemistry Building Atrium
' Sponsored by SPARK (A division of
Project SERVE) at the Ginsberg Centerfor.
Cormunity Service and Learning and the
Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives.
MONDAY JANUARY 23
SOCIAL JUSTICE THOUGH NON-VIOLENT MEANS: A
12:00 PM * MSA Chambers 'Sponsored by
the Program on Intergroup Relations
SPEAK FOR YOURSELF! YOUNG DETROITERS
TALK ABOUT RACE AND PEACE
3:00 PM '"Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union
' Sponsored by Youth Dialogues on Race
and Ethnicity in Aletropolitan Detroit, a
collaboration of the University of Michigan
and the Skillman Foundation.
FR IDAY EI II UAI RYI 17
TRANSLATING RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE
2:00 PM'" Rackham Ampitheater"
Sponsored by the Black Student Psychological
SCOR BUCK HISTORY TRIBUTE: DINNER-MOVIE
6:00 PM -'Location to be announced'"
Sponsored by Students of Color of Rackham
(SCOR): African Atmerican Black Caucus
HEAD START TURNS 40: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
AND RECENT RESEARCH
4:00 PM'" Pendleton Room, Michigan
Union - Sponsored by the National Poverty
Center at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public
BLACK VOLUNTEER NETWORK HIGH SCHOOL
William Monroe Trotter House ' Sponsored
by the Black Volunteer Aetwork and the Office
ofAcadeni c Multicultural initiratives. " This
event runs through Monday January 16.
WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING AND
MICHIGAN RESEARCH COMMUNITY READS
5:30 PM ' Mosher Jordan Residence
H all - Sponsored by Women in Science and
Engineering, Michigan Research Community
and the College of Engineering
M p AY A NUA RY16
THE 19TH ANNUAL MLK SYMPOSiUm MEMORIAL
LECTURE: ANNA DEAVERE SMITH
10:0(0 AMd - Hill Auditorium ' Sponsored by
the 19th Annual MI KSynposium Planning
ANNUAL MLK YOUTH PROGRAM
8:30 AM-3:00 PM - Modern Languages
Building - Sponsored by the School of
Education and the School of Social Work.
CREATIVE WRITING AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
11:30 AM ' Wolverine Room A-B-C,
Michigan Union- Sponsored by the
Sweetland Writing ('enter.
REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. SYMPOSIUM:
HEALTH SCIENCES PROGRAM FEATURING DR. NAIM
11:45 AM " D:ow Auditoriumr, 'I'owsley
Ce~nte, 1I IA Iia,'~ Se\fcond Floo44r
"BLACKFACE" ON THE OPERA STAGE: INTERSECTIONS
OF RACE AND GENDER: NAOMI ANDRE
12:00 PM '*2239 Lane Hall'" Sponsored by
the Wonm'n's Studies Program.
MLK SYMPOSIUM FILM SERIES: BROTHER TO
6:00 PM * D11270, William Davidson
Hall, Ross School of Business 'Sponsored
by the 19th Annual Symposium Planning
Committee, the Office of Lesbian Gay Bisexual
and Transgender A/fairs and the Office of
Academic Multicultural Initiatives.
WHY WAS ROSA PARKS So TIRED? REVISITING THE
STATE OF RACE AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TODAY
6:00 PM " Room 2216, Taubmnan College of
Art and Architecture, Art and Architecture
Building'" Sponsored by the Urban Planning
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. Committee,
the Office ofAcademic Multicultural
Initiativ^. the T antolle e ofP
MAKING LINKS AND BREAKING CHAINS
9:00 AM ' Michigan League " Sponsored
by Students Allied for Freedom and Equality,
the Native American Students Association,
American Civil Liberties Union-UM
Chapter, Muslim Students Association,
Students Supporting Affirmative Action,
Students of Color of Rackbam, Arab Students
Association, Black Student Union, Inter-
Cooperative Council, Abeng Multicultural
Council, South Asian ProgressiviAlliance. "
This event runs throughJanuay 29.
THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP: THOUGHTS ON EDUCATIONAL
INEQUITY IN AMERICA
6:00 PM '"Koessler Room, Michigan
League- Sponsored by Yeach For America.
ACTIVIST...WITH A DAY JOB
7:00 PM " Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union
' Sponsored by M- Vision.
INTERVEW WITH THE ARTIST: KENRO IZU
3:00 PM - University of Michigan Museum
of Art ' Sponsored by University of Michigan
Museum ofArt and Center for Sout4east Asian
HOT 8 G
?ICS;, we $auunja n C, 4t4'44l~e (1>4.1Studies.
cture and Urban Planning, the
ment of Urban and Regional Planning
ckham Student.Government. °'" '>
a D YJANUA RY aCs 25.. ,y .
UMBO? RAP, JAZZ, ROCK AND MYTH:
N AND TRANSFORMATION IN CONTEMPORARY '
LEANS BRASS BANDS > '4& °4 y '
M e Rackham Auditorium ' Sponsored