LATTICE Newsletter #2 (October 2019)
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THANKS FOR PARTICIPATE IN OUR FIRST SESSION!
Check out some pictures of our first session!! The second session will be on Thursday, October 24th at Waverly High School (160 Snow Rd, Lansing, MI 48917) from 12:00 to 4:00 pm. If you want to know the sessions dates for all year, click here
LATTICE BOOK CLUB
Our second LATTICE Book Club for the 2019-2020 year is coming will be on Thursday, November 21, 4:30 - 6:00 at the East Lansing Library.
MICHIGAN REGIONAL GLOBAL TEACHING DIALOGUE
Calling all educators. Register on the www.michiganrgtd.org website today to attend the Michigan Regional Global Teaching Dialogue on November 2nd at Waverly High School.
This dialogue will focus on bringing together urban and rural educators and youth to increase access to global education and opportunities for all. Free
MSU Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)
Reclaiming the Streets: Arts of Solidarity in Moments of Crisis
Conversation with poet Marjorie Agosin (Wellesley College) and historian Edward Murphy (MSU) moderated by Mark Auslander, Director of the MSU Museum addressing the political context of the Southern Cone. Discussion on the oppressive social, political, and cultural conditions of General Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship in Chile and other countries in the region through the art and dissident expression created by those who lived it.
Oct 14, 7:00 pm
MSU Broad Art Museum
MSU Asian Studies Center
Japanese Film Series
Join the Asian Studies Center, Integrative Studies in the Arts & Humanities, and History Department for our Japanese film series!
For more information regarding this film series please contact Ethan Segal at .
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MSU African Studies Center
This year, MSU is celebrating the year of Global Africa!
The Year of Global Africa highlights MSU's rich history of connection with our many partners across Africa and throughout the African Diaspora.
Next event: Black Violin
October 16, 2019
Cobb Great Hall, Wharton Center for the Arts