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All programs are on Wednesday, starting at 12:40 p.m. in the Student Services Building Lyceum for International Education. Most programs run about an hour in length.

Spring Semester 2014 Schedule
12:40 pm in the Lyceum for International Education

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Events Will be Video Streamed to the Following

Greeneville / Greene County
Room 209
Sevier County
ACAD 143
Claiborne County
Room 080

January

22
Documentary – MLK : A Call to Conscience (2010)
Tavis Smiley Reports examines Martin Luther King, Jr.'s stand against the Vietnam War and the influence of his legacy today. Tavis speaks with scholars and friends of King, including Cornel West, Vincent Harding and Susannah Heschel. PBS
(58 minutes)
29
Moved to CCEN Foundation Room
Documentary – Freedom Riders : Threatened Attacked Jailed
A PBS production of American Experience: The story behind a courageous band of civil rights activists called the Freedom Riders who in 1961 creatively challenged segregation in the American South.
(1 hour 53 minutes
)

February

5
Dr. Alpha Alexander
US Olympic Committee Experiences
12
Travel Opportunities with WSCC
International & Domestic
19
Rev. Harold Middlebrook
Civil Rights
26
Civil Rights Panel Discussion

March

5
Scott Bryant
Opportunities with ROTC and his experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan
12
SPRING BREAK
no program
19
Del Thomasson, ACS Coordinator for the TN Methamphetamine and Pharmaceutical Task Force
will discuss Prescription Drug Misuse
26
WSCC Debate Team :: Legalization of Marijuana
Audience participation will be encouraged by the use of hats. Hats will be distributed at the beginning of the program. Put it on if you agree with the speaker, take it off if you disagree.

April

2
Dr. Mahina Kundu, Yoga Master :: The Science of Yoga
9
Dr. Greg Bock :: Religious Liberty and Snake Handling
16
Saving Lives
Detective Corporal Gary Bean discusses the issue of illegal and prescription drug use in East Tennessee.
23
Dr. Chris Baker :: Appalachia and the Carpathians Mountains of Ukraine Not so different after all?
30
Bill Zierer :: Around the World for Rotary
Hear about the many trips Mr. Zierer has taken with Rotary International and learn of the scholarship opportunity for students offered by Rotary.