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Where does your water come from? This panel will help you answer that question. Learn about the condition of Baltimore water and what can be done to safeguard the highest quality water for people and nature. Q&A to follow with specialists. Free, light refreshments provided.
Bringing together the directors of The BMA, The Visionary Museum, The Walters, and the BSO, this talk focueses on the effect of art on the community.
Harvey Markowitz, co-editor of "Seeing Red: Hollywood's Pixeled Skins," which reevaluates the traditional roles of Native Americans in film, discusses American Indian art. Free and open to the public.
Listen to Joan G. Ogilvy Holden and Dr. Alvin L. Crawley give their tips for success.
The AKOBEN Foundation will sponsor a town-hall meeting with speakers including District 7 Councilman Nick J. Mosby about how to improve the inner-city.
Rabbi Reuven Firestone, Ph.D. will discuss topics on Islamic reform.
The fourth panel discussion in Everyman Theatre's series "The World of the Play," running in conjunction with the production of By the Way, Meet Vera Stark.
A discussion about the future of Baltimore's safety and how to achieve it.
Ellen Cassedy, author of We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust, will host a discussion about her novel. The event is sponsored by the Baltimore Jewish Cultural Chavurah.
Best-selling author Christopher Moore is in town from San Francisco to discuss his latest book, The Serpent of Venice, and do a book signing.
The fifth and final panel discussion in Everyman Theatre's series, running in conjunction with their production of Tribes. The talk centers itself around isolation and how it affects an individual's communication ability.
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum's production, "Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race" will be exhibited at the Health Sciences and Human Services Library at University of Maryland, Baltimore. The exhibition will feature photos, films, testimonials, and other documentation of Nazi racial experimentation and theories.
Speaker Fleet Maull discusses his experience serving 14 years in federal prison to help draw a clear distinction between responsibility and shame based blaming. This program is molded to benefit those working in a public sphere who want to learn about communication, leadership and community building skills. Social workers, therapists and licensed professional counselors have the opportunity to earn CEU credits for attendance. Held in the center for Built and Environmental Studies.
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