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Women's History Month Luncheon: "Hammering Out Human Rights" Eleanor Roosevelt at the United Nations
Department / Organization: Women in Science, Engineering & Mathematics (WISEM
Wednesday, March 22 Luncheon and Presentation - RSVP Today! Susan Marie Frontczak from Storysmith.
TOPIC: "Hammering Out Human Rights" - Eleanor Roosevelt at the United Nations
Dubbed "First Lady of the World" by President Truman, Eleanor Roosevelt speaks of the ground-breaking, grueling, tempestuous, and eventually triumphant development of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a Magna Carta for humankind. You may be surprised to find out how important Human Rights are to your life, and to the potential longevity of the United States.
PERFORMER: Susan Marie Frontczak (http://www.storysmith.org/index.html)
For 25 years, Susan Marie Frontczak has brought literature to life, created stories from thin air, and honed personal experience into tales worth telling again and again. She is an actor, writer, speaker, and storyteller, and plays in theatres, corporations, schools, libraries, and festivals internationally. To date she has presented programs in 38 of the United States, as well as Canada, Bermuda, New Zealand, and eight European countries.
DATE: Wednesday, March 22
TIME: Buffet lunch begins at 11:45 am. Presentation is from 12:10 - 12:50 pm
LOCATION: Friedhoff Hall
RSVP: Accepts only by Thursday, March 16 at the link below.
This event is sponsored by the Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics (WISEM) Office.
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Published in Digest Date: Monday, March 13, 2017