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February 27, 2017

  

Monday, February 27, 2017

Write First Mondays!
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Joseph Hall - (Center for Teaching Excellence (Rm. 101))

Faculty writing hour
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Celebration 2017: The Last Holiday- A Three-Part Interactive Presentation
3:30 PM

Dana Center - (1D)

As an experiential and collaborative way of celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we will explore the cultural, historical, political, and aesthetic dimensions of twentieth-century African-American music in a series of three interactive presentations.

Beginning with the blues and jazz, including R&B, soul, and funk, and concluding with hip-hop and other contemporary sounds, these linked events will engage with the continuities and innovations of one of America's most distinctive cultural traditions: black music.

The presentation uses music to explore the political controversy over making Dr. King's birthday a national holiday-including performances by Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder, Gil Scott-Heron, and Public Enemy. Today, it may seem obvious to affirm King's dream for a revolution of values toward the creation of a beloved community, but this was not always the case.

Do you know in what year Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday was first observed as a holiday in all 50 states? It might be more recent than you would think.

Instead of a traditional lecture, this event will be structured as an interactive presentation, which encourages audience participation and concludes with an extended opportunity to discuss the controversial, compelling musical and political history of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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The Trump Administration’s Campaign Promises and Policy Priorities
6:00 PM

New Hampshire Institute of Politics - (Auditorium)

Corey R. Lewandowski, former campaign manager for Donald Trump and co-founder of Avenue Strategies, will sit down with the Institute’s executive director, Neil Levesque, to discuss the 2016 election and the President’s style and substance in fulfilling campaign promises and policy pledges.

Mr. Lewandowski served as the Chief Political Adviser and Campaign Manager to Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. overseeing all aspects of a historic presidential campaign where Donald J. Trump won 38 Republican primaries and caucuses, and received more votes than any presidential candidate in the history of the Republican Party.  Mr. Lewandowski was named “Power Player of the Week” by Fox News Sunday for his contribution to the Trump campaign.


Mr. Lewandowski has made numerous, regular appearances on Fox News, Fox Business, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, CBS and CNN, as well as serving as an on-the-record spokesman to major print outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the New York Times, USA Today, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, the Boston Globe, and many other print and online publications.

He previously served as the National Director of Voter Registration of Americans for Prosperity and Americans for Prosperity Foundation. He was also the former East Coast Regional Director for both organizations and served as the AFP and AFPF State Director for New Hampshire, starting the chapters for these groups in 2008.


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