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Part of the Political Science department's series on Social Conflict and Democracy, this panel focuses on the enduring impact that race and slavery hold over U.S. politics. Featuring guest speaker Maya Sen of Harvard, presenting on "The Political Legacy of Southern Slavery," the panel include three Univ. of Kentucky faculty experts as well: Christia Spears Brown (Psychology), Melynda Price (UK Law), and Ray Block (AAAS & Political Science).
Cosponsored by the Quantitative Initiative for Social & Policy Research (QIPSR) and the College of Arts & Science's Keys to Our Common Future initiative.
The University of Kentucky's SSTOP Hunger: Sustainable Solutions to Overcome Poverty organization is hosting a screening of the award-winning documentary LOOK & SEE, a powerful cenematic portrait of Wendell Berry - farmer, activist, and undoubtedly one of America's most significant living writers. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Mary Berry. Tickets are free for students and $10 dollars for non-students. For more information about this event contact Clair Crosby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In a future British tyranny, a shadowy freedom fighter, known only by the alias of "V", plots to overthrow it with the help of a young woman.
An African-American woman becomes an unwitting pioneer for medical breakthroughs when her cells are used to create the first immortal human cell line in the early 1950s.
Half the Sky is a passionate call-to-arms, urging us not only to bear witness to the plight of the world's women, but to help to transform their oppression into opportunity. Our future is in the hands of women everywhere.
Join us on Tuesday, November 7th, as we celebrate Haitian home-style cooking with Fida’s Carribean Café. Fida’s will join us in the kitchen from 5:30-8:00 PM for a demonstration. $20 General Admission and $5 with Valid Student ID. This is event is hosted by The Food Connection and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Please join us in the kitchen on Tuesday as we celebrate foods of the Democratic Republic of the Congo! Guest Chef Joseph Mutayongwa will demonstrate cooking a home-style Congolese meal alongside attendees.
$20 General Admission | $5.00 Student with Valid ID
Register online here: https://www3.ca.uky.edu/foodconnection/keys-common-future/new.php
Professor Jennifer Merolla, will present, "Framing Immigrants," based on her book of the same name, on the influence of conservative, liberal and mainstream news frames on public support for mass deportations, comprehensive immigration reform and the DREAM Act. UK faculty, Abby Córdova (PS), Janet Stamatel (SOC), are discussants.
Reception will follow in the Boone Center Library Room.