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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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  Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
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Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

Busy Persons Retreat
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Busy Persons Retreat

4:30pm Mass
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4:30pm Mass

7:00am [7:00am] Detective School- Interrogation Training
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This is a private event.




[10:00am] Ministry Team Meeting
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Ministry Team Meeting

[10:30am] Detroit Mercy Historical Meeting
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Detroit Mercy Historical Meeting





[11:30am] Ministry Prayer Service
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Ministry Prayer Service






[12:00pm] Mass
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Mass

[12:00pm] Yoga
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Yoga







[1:00pm] Alex Zamalin Book Talk
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Struggle on Their Minds: The Political Thought of African American Resistance--book talk The Political Thought of African American Resistance American political thought has been shaped by those who fought back against social inequality, economic exclusion, the denial of political representation, and slavery, the country's original sin. Yet too often the voices of African American resistance have been neglected, silenced, or forgotten. In this book, I consider key moments of resistance to demonstrate its current and future necessity, focusing on five activists across two centuries who fought to foreground slavery and racial injustice in American political discourse. I look at the language and concepts put forward by the abolitionists David Walker and Frederick Douglass, the anti-lynching activist Ida B. Wells, the Black Panther Party organizer Huey Newton, and the prison abolitionist Angela Davis. Each helped revise and transform ideas about power, justice, community, action, and the role of emotion in political action. Their thought encouraged abolitionists to call for the eradication of slavery, black journalists to chastise American institutions for their indifference to lynching, and black radicals to police the police and to condemn racial injustice in the American prison system. Taken together, these movements pushed political theory forward, offering new language and concepts to sustain democracy in tense times.











[5:30pm] Kettleball
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Kettleball












[6:00pm] Delta Sigma Theta Soririty, Inc. Meeting
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This is a private event

[6:15pm] Butts and Guts
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Butts and Guts













[7:30pm] Gamma Phi Beta Meeting
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Gamma Phi Beta Meeting

[7:30pm] Wednesday Catholic Ministry
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Wednesday Catholic Ministry

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