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March 8, 2001, 6:30 p.m. \"We Will Stand.\" There will be a gathering of National and Local Civil Rights and Human Rights Champions. This is the MN event of this 50-State Tour, called \"We Will Stand.\" Participants include Dr. Hycel Taylor, former National Director of Operation PUSH, Billy McCormack, civil rights pioneers Walter Fauntroy, James Bevel, Wyatt T. Walker, and Milton Reid, and theologian Dr. Paul Swanson. Also slated for the program are George Stallings of Washington, DC, Wiley Drake of Los Angeles, CA, T.L. Barrett and Leroy Elliot of Chicago, IL, Jesse Edwards of Philadelphia and David Billings and William Robinson of New York. A number of legislators such as Donzella James (D-GA) and Mark Anderson (R-AR) will also participate. Local heros include Jesse Griffin, Charles Ford, Eugene Wright, Kenneth Garnier, Jerry McAfee, Alphonse Reff, Arthur Agnew, James Muhammad, John Tranberg and Adam Nhotsavang. \"The community must take a leading role in making a better reality for all our citizens. Divided by race and religion, we lack the power to stop the ...suffering in our communities.\" Grassroots champions of reconciliation and harmony will be honored in each city. With an invitational committee including hundreds of religious, educational and legislative leaders, the tour enjoys broad support.
April 25, 7pm, THE LAST NAZI w/THOSE WHO LOOKED AWAY A shocking and penetrating study of an unclosed chapter of WWII history, The Last Nazi is the story of an international hunt for justice. Alois Brunner is a Nazi war criminal, a former SS commander who sent more than 128,500 European Jews to their deaths. Brunner now lives in Syria, making a living as an intelligence expert counseling government officials in Damascus. In March of this year, France convicted him in absentia for crimes against humanity. (57 min.) Those Who Looked Away investigates one of the most contentious issues of WWII: why did the Allies not destroy Nazi death camps and rail lines when they had the chance There is ample evidence that a number of camps would have been relatively easy targets for bombing raids, so why did the Allies not put a halt to the genocide This probing documentary seeks answers to these disturbing questions. (55 min.)
April 21, 2001, 8:00pm Holocaust Remembrance Day - Commemoration of Yom HaShoah. Free special concert. Performing the music of the composers of Theresienstadt with a power point display during the performance about the life and culture of Theresienstadt. \"In the Shadow of Your Wings,\" a performance by Ellen Jewett (violen), Doris Lederer (viola), and Clyde Shaw (cello). This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are required.
June 10, 2001, 7:00 - 9:00 pm Fundraising Event for the Highlander Center: an evening with Suzanne Pharr, Director of the Highlander Research and Education Center, and Friends of Highlander. Musical contributions and stories by the Granary Girls and Larry Long. Highlander has never been just about what happens at the center itself but about what people do when they go back to their own communities. In this spirit, after hearing from Suzanne about the current situation at Highlander, there will be an open mic for the evening participants to ask questions and to add their own stories about Highlander and how it has touched their lives. Other musicians and cultural workers are encouraged to add their contributions to the evening during this time. The Highlander Research and Education Center is a popular education center that brings grassroots leaders and community groups together to learn from each other and develop strategies for social change. It was founded in 1932 in the highlands of East Tennessee; its work has been source of inspiration to many people and communities around the world. Suzanne Pharr, before becoming the director of Highlander last year, was the founding director of The Women's Project of Arkansas. She is known for her work as a feminist theorist, for her work against domestic violence, and on understanding the Right wing in the US. She is the author of \"Homophobia: A Weapon of Sexism\" and \"In the Time of the Right: Reflections on Liberation\". All Donations to the Highlander Research and Education Center.
October 8, 2002, 7:30 p.m. Anthony Lewis: \"Terrorism and Freedom\". Anthony Lewis, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, will present a lecture in the Cowles Auditorium, H.H. Humphrey Center. He has entitled his lecture, \"Terrorism and Freedom.\" Lewis is author of three books dealing with First Amendment and civil rights issues: \"Gideon's Trumpet\"; \"Make No Law: The Sullivan Case and the First Amendment\"; and \"Portrait of a Decade.\" Lewis has taught a course entitled \"The Constitution and the Press\" at Harvard Law School for 15 years, and has been a visiting professor at numerous other universities. Lewis won his first Pulitzer Prize in 1955 for a series of articles in the Washington Daily News about a US Navy employee who was dismissed for being a security risk. From 1956-57 he was a Nieman Fellow and spent the academic year studying at Harvard Law School. When he returned to Washington, he covered the Supreme Court, the Justice Department and other legal events including the government's handling of the civil rights movement. In 1963, he won his second Pulitzer for his coverage of the Supreme Court for The New York Times. In 1964, Lewis became the chief of the Times London bureau, and began writing his column from there in 1969. Since 1973 he has been based in Boston.
October 19, 2001, 12:00p.m. Day seminar on Japan's War Time Atrocities and Questions of Reconciliation. There will be featured a list of prominent speakers from Japan, China and the United States on this question of reconciliation. Japan was exempted by reparations because of the San Francisco Treaty of 1951, unlike the case of Germany. This session promises to be interesting in light of the recent unfortunate events in New York, Washington and Pittsburgh and how one reconciles terror and grief.
November 13, 2001, Day Trip (6:30a.m. - 8:30p.m.) The Jewish Community Relations Council Announces: Trip to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This one-day trip begins at 6:30a.m departing from the Hubert H. Humphrey Terminal and returning at approximately 8:30 p.m. The cost of the trip is * $295 which includes round trip airfare and bus transportation to and from the Museum. *If possible we recommend that the staff development funds in each school support one-half of the cost for teachers and staff. The trip's price is based on the rising cost of fuel and airline travel. The trip is open to all individuals 12 years of age and up. An adult must accompany children under 18. Reservations are on a first come first served basis and must be accompanied by registration, waiver and full payment no later than October 12, 2001. Cancellations with full refund will be honored until October 30, 2001. There are no refunds after this date. For more information: please contact Jodi Elowitz at 612-338-7816.
November 29, 2001, 12:00p.m.-4:00pm Indigenous People's Movements: A Global Perspective. ICC will be sponsoring a Global Education Workshop in collaboration with the University of Minnesota's Institute for Global Studies and the Education for Global Learning Consortium (MnSCU) on Thursday, November 29, 2001 from 12-4 pm in the Center for Continued Learning Conference room located in ICC's Student Center. There is NO COST for registration, although we ask that you RSVP as soon as possible if you plan to attend as space is limited. Snacks and coffee/tea will be provided. The topic of the workshop, Indigenous People's Movements: A Global Perspective , will focus on examining the legal and social issues facing indigenous people's movements as they work to regain their homelands. Kristi Rudelius Palmer and William Means will be co-presenters. Kristi is a human rights educator who has been involved in the field of Human Rights Education since 1986 and is the co-director of the Human Rights Center at the University of Minnesota. Bill Means of the Oglala Lakota Nation is one of the founders of the International Indian Treaty Council and currently serves on the Board of Directors. He is the co-founder of the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations, is an expert on United States and Indian Treaty relations, and is presently CEO of the Indigenous Trading Company. 59ce067264