Reading at the Crossroads

Reading at the Crossroads is an archive for columns and letters which appeared in the Terre Haute Tribune Star. I also blog here when my patience is exhausted by what I feel is irritating, irrational and/or ironic in life. --gary daily

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Sunday, April 08, 2007

Terre Haute Human Rights Day 2007 -- Freedom of Expression

Free and Open to the Public

Terre Haute Human Rights Day 2007
takes place on the campus of Indiana State University on Wednesday, April 18, 2007.

This year's theme is Freedom of Expression. In keeping with this theme, there is a student art show, a panel on journalism, a discussion of Rap lyrics, films, an open forum Speakers' Corner, and guests from all over the world who have stood up for the dignity of humanity and the right to Freedom of Expression.

For a complete schedule of the speakers and events, go here.

At 4 pm, in The Center for the Performing and Fine Arts Recital Hall, the renowned singer-song writer Carrie Newcomer will be performing in a FREE concert.


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