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I heard it through the tidbits from the College of Continuing Education and the U of M, December 2008

The director of the University’s Human Rights Program, Barbara Frey, has been visible in our local media in recent days, as a United Nations human rights expert has asked to hear local testimony about the desecration of Hmong graves in Thailand. Frey talked with Kerry Kennedy about human rights as part of Great Conversations last spring—tune into the full-length talk.

Enjoy a colorful survey of the Minnesota Dance Theatre’s 40-year history in a University Libraries exhibition, “Houlton’s Legacy: The Magic of Dance,? from December 11 through February 20, 2009.

Attend the opening reception on December 11, and see a brief preview performance of the company’s Nutcracker Fantasy. The event is free, but reservations are required. Learn more and RSVP.

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