This traveling exhibition focuses on Cherokee language and culture, using sound recordings as the basis for presenting a coherent story in words and text. Major themes include Cherokee Homeland, Heritage Sites, Tourism, Family, and Community Celebrations. The exhibit was designed to include community input as a way to develop its content.
A community team held monthly discussions to develop the ideas and images that make up the exhibit. These...
Come watch as 5 teams of students pitch their best ideas for the best Wake Forest to The Deacs.
Who are The Deacs?
Wake Forest University President Nathan Hatch
Vice Provost Lynn Sutton
Vice President Penny Rue
Associate Dean Jose Villalba
Associate Provost Barbee Oakes
At the end of the evening, two teams will be awarded the winners of Deac Tank, and will hit the ground running putting their idea into action for the Spring semester.
Pashon Murray, founder of Detroit Dirt: Urban Renewal From the Ground Up and a media fellow at MIT with Van Jones and others in the green jobs movement, will speak about food, faith, and the empowerment of underserved communities in Detroit through the creation of green jobs.
View Pashon's famous video (a spoof off of this Cadillac ad):
Free and open the public.
Part of the Ecotones of the Spirit speaker & event series sponsored by the...
If you haven’t thought of climate change as a matter of faith, Rev. Bingham hopes to inspire you to do so. Climate change is the greatest moral challenge of our time and the religious voice is the one chance we have to really motivate change in the way we think about and use energy. Global warming which is causing the climate to change is no longer just an environmental or political issue. It is a moral issue and the decisions we make today...