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Spotlight Events

Spotlight Events

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November 18 - December 17, 2021

The Julio Fine Arts Gallery Presents: Familiar Strangers

Julio Fine Arts GalleryA group of Loyola seniors have worked intensively on a body of work that is being presented in exhibition as the culminating project of a course called ‘Professional Practices’.  

Visit the Julio Fine Arts Gallery website

January 20, 2022

Martin Luther King, Jr., Convocation

Two hands gripping red strips of tape, carelessly arranged like jail cell bars, with black and white images of American architectural symbols and a redlining map“The New Jim Crow: An Evening with Michelle Alexander” convocation will offer new perspectives while discussing Alexander's critically acclaimed bestseller, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, which examines racial injustice in the modern legal system and calls us all to action for improved human rights in America.

Visit the MLK Convocation website

March 24, 2022

Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series with Claudio Saunt

Graphics with orange and yellow splotches that somewhat resemble birdsThe Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series hosts speakers and events that contribute to raising awareness about peace and justice issues. Author Claudio Saunt will deliver his lecture, "Unworthy Republic: A History of Indian Removal, Mass Deportation, and American Exceptionalism."

Visit the Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series webpage

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