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A U-M Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium event.
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Five Novels Valued by Their Generation and Why
This study group will be a weekly discussion of contemporary literature recommended by Millennials specifically for OLLI learners. We will...
Inclusive Teaching in Less Commonly Taught Language Classrooms
Participants: Eugene Bondarenko, Jodi Greig, Alina Makin, Ewa Pasek, Marija Rosic, Svitlana Rogovyk, and Nina Shkolnik....
What is it like to be a black person in Germany? And what needs to change?
As we celebrate the extraordinary life and message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. it is important to note that his vision of hope and racial...
Using Genomic and Environmental Methods to Unravel Hypertension Health Disparities in African American Women
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Professor Anne Curzan and Professor Robin Queen
Debates abound about pronouns on class rosters, the name of the Washington Redskins, the reclamation of the word “queer,” trigger...
How Can I Add Meaning to My Life
Looking at what meaning is and how we can tap into it. The benefit of living a meaningful life. Dr. Amberg is a neuropsychologiest who has...
Martin Luther King Jr. and African-American Leadership in the 21st Century
Michael Eric Dyson speaks about Martin Luther King Jr. and African-American Leadership in the 21st Century....
This School of Kinesiology MLK Day event will feature a screening of the documentary "Race: The Power of an Illusion." Following the...
Tania León is a highly regarded composer and conductor recognized for her accomplishments as an educator and advisor to arts organizations....
The Michigan Community Scholars Program will celebrate MLK and his legacy with the community at our 13th Annual Circle of Unity. Join...
Beyond the Basics to Conversation
Participants will advance in their knowledge of vocabulary and grammar in order to carry on conversations. Participants should purchase...
Join the Michigan Community Scholars Program on the Diag for the 13th annual MLK Circle of Unity, celebrating the life of Dr. King and his...
Part of the Learning in Community (LinC) Workshop Series
Part of the Learning in Communities Series, this interactive workshop introduces principles and practices for thoughtfully engaging with...