"White Liberalism and the Illusion of Racial Progress": U-M Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Online Edition.more >
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Talk by U-M political science professor Vincent Hutchings.
Join Clements staff and supporters in a discussion about the books we're reading. Inspired by the traditional Clements Library researcher tea time, we invite you to pull up a chair at our [virtual] table. Pour a cup of tea and enjoy a snack while you watch our commentators in a live feed. Chime in with your comments and questions via the chat function. We look forward to hosting you!
When: Fridays, 10:00am - 10:30am EDT
Where: Register at the website link. In your confirmation email, find the link "Click Here to Join" to enter the meeting.
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Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra trombonist David Babcock, movement specialist Gari Stein, and pianist Kathryn Goodson perform a program TBA.
Zion Well founders Art & Aubrey Schupbach lead a session of basic movements that help to align your body.
July 10 & 24. All invited to an online discussion of British novelist Bernardine Evaristo's 2019 book, which follows the lives of 12 characters (mostly black women) as they negotiate the world. Pages 1-149 will be discussed on June 26; 150-306 will be discussed on July 10; the whole book will be discussed on July 24.
5:30 p.m., email YoungEun@LiteratiBookstore.com for meeting URL. Free. 585-5567.
Idyll Farms (Northport) coowner Amy Spitznagel and Zingerman's staffers Sean Hartwig & Trevor Murray discuss Idyll Farm's goat cheese.
$35, includes 1 goat cheese tasting portion; extra tasting portions, $15; delivery of tasting portions, $5.99. Preregistration required at https:
All invited to this casual game of virtual climate change trivia hosted by Ann Arbor Citizens' Climate Lobby.
Performance by Chris Smither, a veteran folk and blues singer-songwriter best known for 2 songs Bonnie Raitt has made her own, "I Feel the Same" and "Love You like a Man." He is also a wonderfully lyrical and expressive guitarist (Raitt calls him "my Eric Clapton") and an intense, enrapturing singer whose voice ranges from growling undertones to a keening falsetto. He recently released the career-spanning retrospective CD Still on the Levee.
8 p.m., see TheArk.org
Blind Pig: Black Note Graffiti
Local progressive metal and alt-rock quintet. Openers: Autumn Kings, a Detroit-Windsor pop-rock quartet, and Katharsis, a suburban Detroit hard-rock quartet. $10.
Blue LLama: Brendon Davis Trio
Ensemble led by this U-M jazz piano student. 6:30-9:45 p.m.
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