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Auraria Campus social justice events for October flier

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Auraria Campus social justice events for October flier
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Where Have All The Leaders Gone? Colorados Struggle For Social Justice The Story of Minoru Yasoui & the Japanese Interment Round Table DiscussionsAdvocating For Your Community: What Works then, What Works NowCommunity Panel: United We StandPolly Baca Latino American Community Nadeen Ibrahim Muslim American Community Kari Kuka LGBT Community Brother Jeff African American Community Darius Lee Smith American Indian CommunityRadicalization 101: Targets and TacticsJenny Preswalla U.S. Department of Homeland Security The Minoru Yasoui Legacy Project Sunday, October 23, 2016 | 10:00am 2:00pm | Turnhalle at the Tivoli light lunch includedA Symposium Explaining the Challeges & Successes of Colorados Diverse Communities:Lessons on Advocacy The Masters of Humanities/Masters of Social Science (MHMSS) Program & Interdisciplinary Studies Present: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 | 7:00pm | Student Commons, Room 2600Throughout the 20th century, charismatic leaders were often at the forefront of social and political movements. In this public talk, Dr. Michael Hardt, author, with Antonio Negri, of the bestselling Empire trilogy, will challenge the audience to think critically about the changing landscape of 21st century leadership and organizing in global and local movements for change. Free Event, Open to the Public Turnhalle at the Tivoli Auraria Campus Free Event, Open to the Public University of Colorado Denver Student Commons, Room 2600 1201 Larimer Street masterhs@ucdenver.edu For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/events/181914832217395/Where Have All The Leaders Gone? Author Dr. Michael Hardt, Duke University with Bestselling Trilogy Empire Author Antonio NegriAuraria Campus Social Justice Events for OctoberFor more information: www.MinoruYasuiLegacyProject.com digital.auraria.edu/yasuiBe sure to check out Auraria Librarys notable Minoru Yasui manuscript collection: