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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.
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