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New Stuff Tuesday – October 15, 2019

Teaching U.S. History Through Sports edited by Brad Austin and Pamela Grundy New Arrivals Island, 2nd Floor GV583 .T43 2019 This book sets up a way of related history through our popular past time of sports. In mind the audience … Continue reading

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Sociology and Hip Hop: How Musical Genres Impact Social Movements

Dr. Julius Bailey, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Wittenburg University, will talk about “Sociology and Hip Hop: How Musical Genres Impact Social Movements” on Tues., Dec. 3, from 3:45pm-4:45pm in UC259A. It’s part of the African American Heritage Lecture Series. … Continue reading

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Gandhi

Today is the anniversary of the 1948 assassination of Mohandas Gandhi, political and spiritual leader of the Indian movement for independence from British rule. He’s famous, of course, for nonviolent activism, passive resistance, and civil disobedience. You can read more … Continue reading

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