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Wednesday, 11 Apr 2018

Depth and Dialogue: Freedom and respect

Apr 11, 2018

9:00 AM

169 Hamilton Hall

free

Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication Diversity Lectures Student activities

"Depth and Dialogue: Freedom and Respect," a facilitated talk about how campus leaders protect free expression while promoting inclusion. Planned as part of the First Amendment Days celebration.

Queer and Trans People of Color Brunch

Apr 11, 2018

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

136 Union Drive Community Center

free

Dean of Students Office Diversity

Brunch community-building event for self-identified queer and trans people of color students, faculty, and staff at Iowa State.

Depth and Dialogue: #metoo at ISU

Apr 11, 2018

1:10 PM

172 Hamilton Hall

free

Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication Diversity Lectures Student activities

"Depth and Dialogue: #metoo at ISU," a facilitated talk about how the national movement is influencing the Iowa State community. Planned as part of the First Amendment Days celebration.

Depth and Dialogue: Shedding light on mental illness

Apr 11, 2018

2:10 PM

172 Hamilton Hall

free

Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication Diversity Lectures Student activities

"Depth and Dialogue: Shedding Light on Mental Illness," a facilitated talk about how panelists are using their platforms to raise awareness. Planned as part of the First Amendment Days celebration.

Arabic Calligraphy Workshop

Apr 11, 2018

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

294 Carver Hall

free

World Languages and Cultures Department Arts, performances Diversity

A hands-on workshop to learn about and practice the beautiful art of Arabic calligraphy, led by Iraqi calligrapher Ghazi Almishal. No knowledge of Arabic is required. Tools are provided.

Lecture: Is Democracy Dying?

Apr 11, 2018

7:00 PM

Alliant Energy-Lee Liu Auditorium, Howe Hall

free

ISU Lecture Series Diversity Lectures

First Amendment keynote John Whyte, former director of Constitutional Law for the Government of Saskatchewan, will discuss the many challenges democracy faces today, including novel personalities, unequal distribution, poor manners, deep ethnic and social divisions, changes in communications systems and shifts in legal and political morals.