Gloria S. Duclos Convocation

This year’s Convocation asks each of member of our community to question ourselves, our society, our institutions and our leaders. A full year of events on the theme of Race and Participatory Democracy. Learn more about Gloria S. Duclos Convocation.

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Where Do Jews Fit in America's Culture of Race? (10/19)

What has it meant to be Jewish in a nation preoccupied with the categories of "black" and "white"? (5PM)

Equality, Democracy, and Higher Education (11/1)

Examine the significance of equality, its implications for democracy and the obligations it poses on colleges and universities (12PM)

First Light: Film Screening and Interactive Discussion (11/2)

The story of an unprecedented experiment into truth-telling and healing for Wabanaki people and child welfare workers in Maine (4:30PM)

The 2nd Annual W. E. B. Du Bois lecture on Race and Democracy (11/6)

The Strange Careers of the Jim Crow North: Race and Participatory Democracy North of the Mason Dixon Line with speaker Brian Purnell (5PM)

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Events

Oct
19
Thu

Where Do Jews Fit in America's Culture of Race?

5:00 PM, The Wishcamper Center - Room 133
Oct
20
Fri

Iranian Film Festival

5:30 PM, Wishcamper 133 & 211
Oct
25
Wed

The University of Maine School of Law presents: Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law & Public Service

7:00 PM, Abromson Community Education Center - Hannaford Hall
Oct
27
Fri

Iranian Film Festival

5:30 PM, Wishcamper 133 & 211
Oct
30
Mon

Book Discussions: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

4:00 PM, Glickman Library, Room 325