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UNI Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival

UNI will join the national commemoration of Frederick Douglass' two hundredth birth year by hosting the Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival in declaration of social justice and human rights current affairs. Events are scheduled to lift up the Power of Our Voices with dynamic library exhibitions, presentations, forums, orations and performance "slam" offerings sponsored by CHAS, CSBS, UNI Museum, CME and the Rod Library. Free and open to the public.

UNI Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival

UNI will join the national commemoration of Frederick Douglass' two hundredth birth year by hosting the Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival in declaration of social justice and human rights current affairs. Events are scheduled to lift up the Power of Our Voices with dynamic library exhibitions, presentations, forums, orations and performance "slam" offerings sponsored by CHAS, CSBS, UNI Museum, CME and the Rod Library. Free and open to the public.

UNI Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival

UNI will join the national commemoration of Frederick Douglass' two hundredth birth year by hosting the Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival in declaration of social justice and human rights current affairs. Events are scheduled to lift up the Power of Our Voices with dynamic library exhibitions, presentations, forums, orations and performance "slam" offerings sponsored by CHAS, CSBS, UNI Museum, CME,and the Rod Library. Free and open to the public.

UNI Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival

UNI will join the national commemoration of Frederick Douglass' two hundredth birth year by hosting the Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival in declaration of social justice and human rights current affairs. Events are scheduled to lift up the Power of Our Voices with dynamic library exhibitions, presentations, forums, orations and performance "slam" offerings sponsored by CHAS, CSBS, UNI Museum, CME,and the Rod Library. Free and open to the public.

UNI Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival

UNI will join the national commemoration of Frederick Douglass' two hundredth birth year by hosting the Frederick Douglass Human Rights Festival in declaration of social justice and human rights current affairs. Events are scheduled to lift up the Power of Our Voices with dynamic library exhibitions, presentations, forums, orations and performance "slam" offerings sponsored by CHAS, CSBS, UNI Museum, CME,and the Rod Library. Free and open to the public.

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