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Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 7pm through Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 9pm
7pm through Thursday, March 26 at 9pm
Teach-In for Peace: 50th Anniversary of the First Anti-War Teach-In _______________________________ This event builds on the 50th Anniversary of the original 1965 Teach-In against the War in Viet Nam. Join academics and activists from the first teach-in and today as we assess lessons of the past and engage the war situations of today. This is an open, free, public event. As part of "Teach-in Week", please continue participation in the University of Michigan’s Teach-In +50: End the War Against the Planet, Friday and Saturday, March 27th and 28th. The wars on the earth and the wars against the earth are related. http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/teach-in-50/ _____________________________ Tuesday March 24: 7-10pm, Opening Session: Auditorium B Angell Hall Remembering the Vietnam War and the Culture and Politics of that Time and what's changed. Featuring 1965 Teach-In organizers, Prof. Frithjof Bergmann, Tom Mayer, Jack Rothman, Julian Gendell and Alan Haber, with commentators and questioners Opening questions then and still: Do we deal with conflict by diplomacy or by war? How do we speak of the unspeakable? Where are the women? (of the 41 names on the first teach-in flyer, only one woman) Wednesday, March 25th Session 1: 3:00-5:30 PM, School of Social Work Commons. Lessons and Organizing Featuring John Marciano/Jack Rothman (Vietnam: Commemoration or Crime?); Bert Garskof (googling Vietnam); Bernardine Dohrn and Bill Ayers (resistance, then and now); Ken Wachsberger (the Underground press and digital future,) Mike Whitty, and others Session 2: 7:00-9:00 PM, International Institute Meeting Room What’s Happening in the World Today? Empire, Trade Deals, nuclear weapons, Ukraine, plus... Featuring Tom Mayer, Ian Robinson, Bob King, Odile Hugonot Haber, Eugene Bondarenko, plus... Thursday, March 26th Session 3: 3:00-5:30 PM, Room B780 Schoolof Social Work lower level Hot topics: Israel/Palestine and wars in the Middle East, Featuring Yusif Barakat and Alan Haber and a panel in formation Session 4: 7:00-9:00 PM, International Institute Meeting Room Winning The Peace: What have we learned? Featuring Michael Heaney, Karen Jacob, Zelda and Bill Gamson, and others. Student Social Work Allies for Immigrant Rights / University of Michiagan School of Social Work Megiddo Peace Project firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.facebook.com/events/446097078888814/
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 9am through Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 6pm
9am through Saturday, March 14 at 6pm
The graduate students of the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan present the 20th Annual Charles F. Fraker Conference: What do Social Movements Do?, which will take place between March 12th and March 14th in Ann Arbor, Michigan. With this conference, we propose to explore the links between current academic works and social and political struggles across a wide range of historical and geographical contexts. We propose to discuss the strategies, differences, failures and goals of social movements, as well as the role of the academy and the importance of present political thought. For the event, we will have two keynote speakers: Joan Copjec, Professor of Modern Culture and Media at Brown University, and John Holloway, Professor of Sociology at the Institute of Social Sciences and the Humanities at the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. In addition, we will hold a series of graduate student panels (see our program); an exhibition of visual art related to social projects; and a round-table discussion with activists on recent incidents of state violence in the United States and Mexico. We invite you to see our website for further information and we look forward to your participation in the 20th Annual Charles F. Fraker Conference.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 from 6-8pm
Leading up to The White House’s Summit on Working Families Mothering Justice will host a serious of events exploring how women are making ends meet in today’s economy. In this panel conversation we will talk with prominent electeds about how race, gender and class affect policy decisions on every level of government. Come be a part of a discussion about the issues that are affecting the wallets for mothers in Michigan http://www.facebook.com/events/254905971362590/
Friday, February 28, 2014 from 11:30am-1pm
Charles Senteio Bring your lunch; drinks and snacks provided http://ﬁrst.si.umich.edu Sponsored by SI-DEC and the Developing a Psychosocial Index to Support Provider Decision Making in Negotiating Individualized Clinical Goals for Diabetes Patients Discussant: John King DUMB - 5 patterns from the life and work of Richard Saul Wurman Dan Klyn