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LEE UNIVERSITY Cleveland, Tennessee


(All events are free.)

› Monday, Jan. 20: “Resistance, Lament and Praise: The History and Practice of African American Protest Music,” Humanities Center, Johnson Lecture Hall, 7 p.m.

Lecture on the historical connection­s between music, protest, theology and the struggle for freedom. This presentati­on will also include music and a discussion.

› Tuesday, Jan. 21: Showing of 2018 documentar­y “King in the Wilderness,” Helen DeVos College of Education, Rose Lecture Hall, 7 p.m.

After screening the documentar­y about the final chapters of King’s life, Chattanoog­a racial justice advocate Donivan Brown will lead an open conversati­on about the ways in which this history impacts citizens today.

› Thursday, Jan. 23: “Bridging Our Parallel Lives: Lee University and College Hill Community,” Humanities Center, Johnson Lecture Hall, 7 p.m.

This panel highlights some of the College Hill community members’ contributi­ons to Cleveland while identifyin­g significan­t ways in which the community evolved side-by-side with Lee University.

› Friday, Jan. 24: “Help Me Be Sensitive,” Johnson Lecture Hall, Humanities Center, 7 p.m.

Hear students’ stories and perspectiv­es on social issues impacting the Lee family and surroundin­g community.

For more informatio­n on any of these events, email lgray@leeunivers­

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