The RAC serves a critical role in the oversight of federally funded research involving recombinant DNA and advises the NIH director on such matters.

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The lecture is one of several events in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences’ Civil Rights Commemorative series.

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Spalding is set to perform at 7:30 p.m. April 15, in a free show as part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Civil Rights Commemorative Series.
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Lazarre-White will speak about his new short film, “200 Years,” that honors the risks and sacrifices of Americans in pursuit of freedom and equality.

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Four female soloists, two sopranos and two altos ages 11-18, are needed for the performance of the 1963 commemorative work “A More Convenient Season.”

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"The House I Live In" won the 2012 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for Documentary.

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Brown-Nagin's book on activism won several major nonfiction prizes in 2012.

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Author Tim Wise, who writes about race from a white perspective, will speak on March 28.
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UAB’s Henry Panion will conduct the Blind Boys of Alabama and the ASO in a special concert to commemorate 1963 and raise money for scholarships.
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UAB’s Alys Stephens Center will present a performance by Eric Essix and a world-premiere work by composer Yotam Haber in September.
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“Lessons Well Learned” pays tribute to the heroes of the Civil Rights Movement through song, dance, spoken word and poetry.
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UAB’s Digital Media Commons will feature community stories during an open house on Jan. 17, 2013.

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Franti, founder of the free music event Power to the Peaceful, will perform as part of UAB’s 1963 commemoration celebration.

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Area experts will discuss UAB and the City of Birmingham’s role in the U.S. Civil Rights Movement on Jan. 25.
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Common, a sought-after speaker, will give a talk titled “One Day It’ll Make Sense” on Feb. 25 as part of UAB’s Black History Month celebrations.
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UAB Music celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement and the first signing of the Emancipation Proclamation with a free concert.

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The City of Birmingham and UAB announce partnership to commemorate the seminal events of the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement.

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