Food for Thought Series

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Carlos Andrés Gómez Spoken Word Poetry   |   Hispanic Heritage Month 9/15/18 - 10/15/18

Wednesday, October 10, 2018  |  11:30am  |  SC130, Auditorium

You won’t want to miss this dynamic and thought-provoking Spoken Word Poetry Show!

- Named 2016 Best Diversity Artist by Campus Activities Magazine!
- Star of HBO’s “Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry Jam” and TV One’s “Verses and Flow”!
- Co-star of Spike Lee’s #1 movie “Inside Man” with Denzel Washington!


Music from Around the World

Thursday, November 15, 2018  |  11:30am  |  SC130, Auditorium

Explore Music from Around the World!  Learn about the limitless world music has to offer from presenter Brian Pertl, Dean of the Music Conservatory at Lawrence University. Brian’s passion is exposing students to music traditions of the world.

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Free Hugs Project

Thursday, February 21, 2018  |  11:30am  |  SC130, Auditorium
The Power of Positive Human Interaction - Ken E. Nwadike, Jr., is a peace activist, motivational speaker, and video journalist known as the Free Hugs Guy online. His keynote address will explore the power of positive human interaction and ways to bridge the racial divide by spreading love.

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Civil Dialogue & Finding Good in our Adversaries

Thursday, March 7, 2019  |  11:30am  |  SC130, Auditorium

John Noltner, award-winning photographer and author shares A Peace of My Mind: American Stories, helping us explore and find answers to:

What does it mean to live in peace?
How do we work toward peace during difficult times?
How do we create peace with those around us?

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Farmer Tantoh: Save Your Future Association  |   Celebrate Earth Day!

Monday, April 22, 2019  |  11:30am  |  SC130, Auditorium 

Farmer Tantoh and Save Your Future Association’s work has led to the development of over 800 gardens, clean water for tens of thousands of people, and a movement toward sustainable and organic farming in Cameroon Africa, Farmer Tantoh’s home country. Celebrate Earth Day, come learn how their projects protect the environment, build communities, and promote education.

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The NWTC Food for Thought Series is free and open to the public. Carry-in lunches are welcome.

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