A first time MLK event sponsored by MVision, a student organization
created at Michigan LeaderShape. Come hear what leading campus
faculty and administrators have to say about diversity, and
share your opinion on our campus climate. Please support our
students as they provide programming during our celebration
of Dr. King.
THURSDAY JANUARY 20TH, 3-5pm
KUENZEL ROOM, MICHIGAN UNION
DOES OUR CAMPUS USE DIVERSITY TO ITS FULLEST
IS THERE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DIVERSITY AND INTEGRATION?
IS OUR CAMPUS REALLY DIVERSE? WHAT DOES DIVERSITY MEAN ANYWAY?!
Prof Matt Lassiter
Prof Maria Cotera
Prof Hanes Walton
Prof Robert Frost
Dean Sue Eklund
Assoc. Vice-Provost John Matlock
AIESEC outgoing president Shirley Ma
presents a free screening of *Rabbit-Proof Fence* in
honor of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
...featuring music by the inimitable Peter Gabriel
7:30 PM on Thursday January 27, 2005 1040 Dana Building,
School of Natural Resources
corner of the Diag on U-M Central Campus
In 1931, three young Australian girls, abandoned
by their European fathers, were forcibly taken from their
Aboriginal mothers in the Outback of western Australia and
taken by rail to a boarding school 1200 miles away. Their
seizure was part of the governments racial puritypolicy
to isolate half caste children from Aboriginal
assimilate them into White society.Molly and Daisy nearly
became part of Australias stolen generationbut
they escaped. *Rabbit-Proof Fence* (2002, 94 minutes) is the
true story of their ordeal and perilous journey home. The
film is based upon a book by Doris Pilkington Garimara, daughter
of the real life Molly Craig.
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.'S DREAM ALIVE:
THE ROLES OF PHILANTHROPISTS AND FOUNDATIONS
Emmett D. Carson, Ph.D.
President and CEO ~ The Minneapolis Foundation
Board Chair, The Council on Foundations
Tuesday, February 8, 2005
5:00 - 6:00 pm., Rm. D1273 Business School
A remarks and discussion session co-sponsored
by -U-M Nonprofit and Public Management Center -Dennis Ross
School of Business -The Center for Urban Innovation, U-M School
of Social Work.
Dr. Emmett D. Carson is internationally recognized as a
catalyst for progressive social change. A renowned speaker,
he has published over 75 works on philanthropy and social
justice. He recently appears on The Tavis Smiley Show to discuss
The State of Black Philanthropy in America, including ways
to help empower African Americans to make a greater financial
difference in their communities.
Currently, Dr. Carson is president
and CEO of The Minneapolis Foundation. Since his arrival in
1994, the Foundation has received national recognition for
its grantmaking and communication efforts as it increased
its assets from $186 million to well over a half billion dollars.
Previously, Dr. Carson was the first manager
of the Ford Foundation's worldwide grantmaking program on
philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. He also has worked
for the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies and
the Congressional Research Service.
Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce
The Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce
invites you to a networking reception for
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
Friday Jan. 21, 2005
7 PM to 11 PM
Sabor Latino Restaurant's
Next Door Music Lounge
211 North Main Street
Complimentary admission, cash bar, complimentary hot &
cold hors d'oeuvres, jazz, R&B classics, international lounge,
& soul music
Mix & mingle with scholars, business owners, politicos,
executives, grad students, good working class folks, & artists
in a casual cosmopolitan setting. Ask about free first year
& student memberships with the Michigan Black Chamber. Free
benefits & services available to members.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Sponsored in conjunction with Ann Arbor Bounce, the Globalview
Council, Michigan Business Link, & My Cool City Ann Arbor
Baptist Church Singles' Ministry - 24-60
Best Western Hotel Ballroom
2900 Jackson Avenue,Ann Arbor, MI
Saturday, February 12
6:00pm to 11:00pm
Phone: 734-945-6713 (Jason Moore)
Singles, ages 24-60, come out and join us for a spectacular
evening filled with dancing, fellowship, and a great time.
Dinner will be provided and fun is guaranteed!
So grab some friends and a mask and get ready to enjoy this
Doors open @ 5:30 pm
Dinner @ 6:00 pm
Dancing @ 7:30 pm
Questions, contact Robbie Dye- (734) 763-3048
Steven Dye - (313) 903-0981
(masks will be provided to those who would like one)
**Registration & Payment Deadline:
Sunday January 30, 2005**
Second Baptist Church - 850 Red Oak -
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Ms. Karensa Fitch, Director of the Singles' Ministry
Reverend Mark J. Lyons, Pastor