Where do we go from here? Campus organizers pose that question and look for answers in a September commemoration of the United Nations’ International Day of Peace at the University of Louisville. Activities will run Sept. 20 to 21 in Ekstrom Library’s Chao Auditorium, 2301 S. Third St., on the Belknap Campus. The university’s Liberal Studies Program and the Peace, Justice, and Conflict Transformation initiative are presenting the events. The program begins at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 20 with a free public talk by civil rights activist and author Vincent Harding, followed by music and a reception. The Sept. 21 symposium will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and includes speakers, art exhibits, and posters of student research and peacemaking projects. Registration is encouraged by Sept. 15 because of limited seating; the $25 registration includes breakfast and lunch. To register, call (502) 852-2247 or e-mail email@example.com. University students who register by Sept. 15 can attend free. For information visit www.louisville.edu/peace.
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