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Author Aaron Barnhart will discuss and sign his book, "Firebrand: The Amazing Story of Bleeding Kansas Fighter August Bondi". This is part of a series of talks and dramatic... details>>
A View from Space, a new, highly interactive, hands-on science exhibit, will allow visitors to see the world from a satellite's perspective. This exhibit will run from... details>>
How People Make Things tells the story of how everyday items are manufactured and brings to life the people, ideas and technology that transforms raw materials into finished... details>>
This year’s symposium examines the history and legacy of the American Civil Rights movement. At 9 a.m. Tufts University’s Leslie Brown examines the early years of civil rights activism. At 10 a.m. the University of South Carolina’s Patricia Sullivan explores the pivotal year 1963 and the March on Washington. A Kansas City Civil Rights Roundtable convenes at 11:30 a.m., and a panel discussion begins at 12:30 p.m.
Symposium workshops are ideal for teachers in grades K-12. Public is welcome.
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