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Crossing Over: From Kenya to Kansas City

Program for May 19, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301 Enock Odede, B. A. (Economics), MBA, original native of Kenya.

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LABORFEST(a little late)

Program for May 12, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301, Bill and Judy Clause; Bill is with KKFI and a Labor activist, Judy is a retired teacher and member of a teacher’s union: Bob and Diana Suckiel, Bob worked … Continue reading

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CRITICAL RELIGIOUS STUDIES – Religious Awe and Critical Thought: New Directions

Program for May 5, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301   Don Bell,  retired Presbyterian Minister, Biblical scholar  

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Libertarian Bastardy in ‘Brownbackistan’: The Rise of the New Confederacy from Fred C. Koch to the Tea Party

Program for April 28, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301 Michael Caddell, (pronounced Kay Dell), Publisher Fightin’ Cock Flyer, political polemicist, humorist, producer and host of Radio Free Kansas station on the net. Click here to view … Continue reading

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ONLY CONNECT: Kansas City Gives it up for Google

Program for April 21, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301,   Whitney Terrell, New Letters Writer-in-Residence, UMKC; author of The King of Kings County; Shannon Jackson, Associate Professor of Anthropology, UMKC

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The Nature of Human Nature Part 1: Motoring Along on Automatic Pilot

Program for April 14, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301, William Sturgill, Ph.D. Cognitive Psychology, Professor of Psychology at Rockhurst  As John Dewey queried, “What function does consciousness serve?” Click here to view the power point used … Continue reading

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Critical Religious Studies – “Religious Awe and Critical Thought: An Introduction”

Program for April 7, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301, Dr. Anton K. Jacobs, Writer/lecturer of sociology, philosophy and religion; K.C. Art Institute faculty; United Church of Christ Clergyman; author of Religion and the Critical Mind … Continue reading

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Our Culture’s Addiction to Energy and Our Alienation from Nature: Group discussion – all are welcome too join in

Program for March 31, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301, Ben Kjelshus,  Founder of KC Food Circle and longtime green activist; Luis Flores, Longview College Instructor of Psychology and Philosophy

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This Brave New ePublishing World

This Program is cancelled due to the weather.  It will be rescheduled. Program for March 24, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301, Attwood,  Kansas City fiction author Randy Attwood relates his experiences and views on digital publishing … Continue reading

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The Triumph of Continental Drift Theory: Dramatic Evidence that Ended Decades of Controversy in Geology

Program for March 17, 2013 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Room 301, Henry (Hank) Frankel, Professor of Philosophy, UMKC Through the confirmation of the Vine-Matthews hypothesis and Wilson’s idea of transform faults the drifters minority hypothesis became the consensus.

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