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Week of January 14, 2013

27th MLK Symposium special section

For the most current MLK Symposium information go to www.mlksymposium.umich.edu. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated.

MLK Symposium honors ‘I Have a Dream’ speech >
Keynote speaker Dees witnessed inequalities in rural South >
Speaker Robbins overcame adversity to become social justice leader >
Angela Davis to speak on ‘Impediments to the Dream’ >
King speechwriter knew the man behind the legend >
Taylor to talk on race, poverty and access to food in America >
UM-Dearborn prepares for 20th anniversary of MLK Day of Service >
The rebirth of civil rights: A new movement for a new generation >
Bagenstos to speak 
on gay rights, civil rights movement >
César Chávez’ granddaughter keeps his legacy alive >
Lecture: Inequities, opportunities in health and pain care >

 

STAFF SPOTLIGHT

Natalie Condon, videographer for the Development, Marketing and Communications office at LSA, on her job: “Every project is different, and with each we get to meet a lot of cool people doing amazing things on campus.”

EVENTS

“The Music Lesson” by Caspar Netscher, U-M Museum of Art new acquisition, first floor connector near the museum’s historic wing.

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