Although the availability of freshwater is a major factor influencing humans and ecosystems, the ways in which water availability will change in many parts of our warming world in the future is […]
The McCrary Sisters sing gospel that melds traditional with contemporary music and incorporates influences of classic soul, Americana, blues, rock, and R&B music. Central to their work is their boundless joy in singing, and a desire to spread hope, love and healing. Celebration of Traditional Music (CTM) kick-off. Stephenson Memorial Concert.
The Berea Panel Study (BPS) is a novel survey project, which was initiated at Berea College in 2000 to provide a new understanding of how important decisions/outcomes are determined in the college and the early post-college periods. Dr. Stinebrickner will discuss the initial motivation for the BPS and the new types of analyses that were […]
Join us for lunch and conversation with Willie Dodson, Appalachian Field Coordinator for Appalachian Voices who will lead a discussion about ongoing efforts to confront black lung disease and environmental destruction in Appalachian Coal County. This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary. Just come out and enjoy some good food […]
Rev. Gonsal is Senior Protestant Chaplain at the Nashua Street Jail in Boston and President and CEO of the Classic Shoe Shine Corporation that serves New England. In his presentation, Rev. Gonsal will share his spiritual journey from being homeless to becoming an accomplished entrepreneur and community advocate. Currently, he is a Boston University Doctor […]
In ancient Japan Taiko drums were used to frighten invaders, inspire troops in battle, and call the gods. The core members of this spirited group have more than 25 years of Japanese Taiko drumming experience that is part martial arts athleticism, part dance, and all rhythm. Stephenson Memorial Concert.
University of Cincinnati law professor Mark Godsey is the co-founder and director the Ohio Innocence Project, which to date has freed from prison 42 wrongfully convicted Ohioans who served many years for crimes they didn't commit, including time on death row. Accompanied by one of his exonerated clients, Prof. Godsey, a leading legal scholar, activist, ex-NYC […]