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100% Democracy: The Case for Universal Voting dsvoss Mon, 04/11/2022 - 01:36 pm

Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne, Jr., presents his case for "universal voting," as outlined in the book 100% Democracy coauthored with Miles Rapoport.  Dionne will be joined by a panel of two University of Kentucky election experts, Prof. Emily Beaulieu Bacchus of the Political Science Department (a cosponsor of the event along with the Martin School of Public Policy & Administration) and UK Law Prof. Josh Douglas, who put the event together with the UK Election Law Society.  LUNCH PROVIDED.

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G. Chad Perry III Grant Courtroom, UK Law School

"Been to the Mountain: Appalachian Origins of the Civil Rights Movement", an Appalachian Forum

The UK Appalachian Center is happy to welcome Dr.Bill Turner for an Appalachian Forum as part of our speaker series on Civil Rights, Labor and Environmental Social Movements in Appalachia.  Dr. Turner's talk is entitled: Been to the Mountain: Origins of the Civil Rights Movement and will be held in the Whitehall Classroom Building, Room 110 from 4:30 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. on Friday, April 24, 2015.  This is a free event, and all are welcome to meet with our guest from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the UK Appalachian Center after the talk.

 

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Global Uttarakhand: Development, Neoliberalism and Social Justice in Himalayan India

The UK Appalachian Center welcomes Dr. Rebecca Klenk from the University of Tennessee Knoxville.  She will be giving a talk entitled Global Uttarakhand: Development, Neoliberalism and Social Justice in Himalayan India as a part of our Appalachian Forum Series on Civil Rights, Labor and Environmental Social Movements in Appalachia.  Her talk will be held in the Niles Gallery from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on Monday, March 9, 2015.  A reception will follow at the UK Appalachian Center from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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Kentucky Women in the Civil Rights Era: Randolph Hollingsworth

Kentucky has a vast and varied history, but there are still pieces of its past that lay undiscovered. Randolph Hollingsworth, a historian working at the University of Kentucky, taught a course in Kentucky women's history during the Civil Rights era. Hollingsworth's students dug through archives, drafted papers, and even created some new Wikipedia pages in the History of women in Kentucky category.

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