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Filmed in Cincinnati’s downtown library, this dramedy (rated PG-13) begins with an act of civil disobedience and focuses on homelessness, mental health, relationships with law enforcement, and the evolving, vital role that libraries play in our democracy. *Followed by a 20-minute talk-back with reps from local libraries and agencies who are helping those facing homelessness…. Read More
Public interview and Q&A with Douglas Johnson who is considered to be the most prominent living historian on the subject of South Sudan. Copies of his book, South Sudan: A New History for a New Nation, will be for sale. Hosted by the Contemporary History Institute, OU Center for International Studies-African Studies program, and Ohio University Press.
ATHENS, Ohio – Ohio University is hoping to make its Tobacco-free Initiative a campus policy within the next few years. The initiative became effective as of August 1, 2015 in an effort to reduce tobacco use on campus. As a part of that initiative are tobacco cessation courses offered at no cost by the university’s Heath Promotion Department…. Read More