1. 2010-Jan-18-MLK-HolidayVideo(ObamaInterview)TV-One

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    2010-Jan-18-MLK-HolidayVideo(ObamaInterview)TV-One

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    • Answers to fundamental questions about life and human destiny

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      The exposition of the Divine Principle is a message given by our Creator God, or any name you want to give Him in Heaven, to Sun Myung Moon. These revelations were received between 1936 and 1945 in Korea, and have been taught under the name "Unification Principle" or "Divine Principle". This message provides answers to our fundamental questions about life and our existence, the origin of evil and the goal human history. The video features Rev. Phillip Schanker, FFWPU-USA. (Family Federation for World Peace and Unification). Please contact FFWPU-Switzerland www.familyfed-swiss.com if you want to listen to a lecture in Geneva, or Lausanne, Zurich or any city in Swizerland, in English, Italian, German or French.

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      • Global Crisis: Understanding the Crisis Historically

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        Speakers: David Harvey, CUNY; Duncan Foley, New School for Social Research; Beverly Silver, Johns Hopkins; Immanuel Wallerstein, Yale. Discussant: Moishe Postone, University of Chicago.

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        • Day 2: Formline Workshop with Steve Brown

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          Watch a two-day workshop on the ancient formline designs created by Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian artists of Southeast Alaska. Class taught by formline expert Steve Brown. Sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute.

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          • City of Portland Black History Month: Black and Blue Panel - February 11, 2015

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            Portland Police Officers talk about being black and being a police officer. Moderated by McGodson (Sonny) Ben-Jumbo, chair of the City African-American Network.

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            • Two Hundred Days

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              A timeline chronology of modern and contemporary music from 1920 up to 2012. A definitive selection of progressive innovators who moulded and shaped the various stages and genres of music in the 20th Century and the beginning of the 21st Century. Two Hundred Days represenst over 200 bands/artists that have shaped and moulded the various stages and genres of music.

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              • Day 1: Formline Workshop with Steve Brown

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                Watch a two-day workshop on the ancient formline designs created by Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian artists of Southeast Alaska. Class taught by formline expert Steve Brown. Sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute.

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                • The Life and Legacy of Henry Clay (Part 1 of 2)

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                  2/17/07: The McConnell Center was pleased to host a series of lectures and a discussion panel to think about the life and legacy of Kentucky's Great Compromiser, Henry Clay. Participants included Dr. Thomas Mackey (UofL), U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell (KY), Dr. Peter Knupfer (MSU), Dr. Stephen Aron (UCLA), Dr. Lindsey Apple (Georgetown College), Dr. John Kleber (UofL), and Melba Hay, editor of The Papers of Henry Clay.

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                  • The History Education Network's 4th Annual Regional Conference, 2013

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                    THEN/HiER's 4th Annual Regional Conference brought together graduate students, professors, teachers, museum educators and community members. Topics included issues of historical consciousness; indigenous knowledges; and inclusive, community-based museology. In addition to speakers, there were break-out sessions led by graduate students which explored how museums can connect with social studies/history curricula and historical consciousness, using multiple perspectives in history education, indigenous histories, and the practices of participatory museology. Speakers include Terry Point, Researcher/Community Outreach/Curator, Musqueam Cultural Centre; Jennifer Kramer, Curator, Pacific Northwest, Museum of Anthropology and Associate Professor, Anthropology, UBC; Viviane Gosselin, Curator of Contemporary Issues, Museum of Vancouver; Jill Baird, Curator, Education/Public Programs, Museum of Anthropology, UBC; Emily Ooi, Educational Programs Coordinator and Kimberly Baker, Programs Facilitator, Museum of Richmond; and Madeline Knickerbocker, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Simon Fraser University. Doctoral candidates Elsa Lenz Kothe (UBC), Heather McGregor (UBC), and Kate Zankowicz (OISE/UT) introduce speakers. Henry Charles, Musqueam Elder, provides a welcome to the Musqueam Territory. Includes opening remarks by Penney Clark, UBC Professor and THEN/HiER Director.

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                    • Witness seminar: the voluntary sector in 1980s Britain

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                      Witness Seminar: The Voluntary Sector in 1980s Britain This witness seminar, held at the NCVO on Friday 11th December, 2009, brought together a number of prominent figures of the 1980s to consider the ways in which the voluntary sector interacted with, and was shaped by, the Thatcher Conservative government. By bringing together key individuals from this period we organised a round table discussion that allowed contemporaries to discuss their contribution and reflect upon their experiences, and thereby produce a response that is perhaps not captured in the surviving written record of the era. Witnesses include Michael Brophy (Capital Community Foundation), Nicholas Deakin (former Professor of Social Policy and Administration, University of Birmingham), Stuart Etherington (National Council for Voluntary Organisations), Richard Fries (former Home Office civil servant), Justin Davis Smith (Volunteering England), Julia Unwin (Joseph Rowntree Foundation) and Jerry White (former Commissioner for Local Administration in England). The seminar was organised under the auspices of the NGOs in Britain project, funded by the Leverhulme Trust, and hosted by the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary History (both running at the University of Birmingham).

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