PBS series on 'Illusion of Race' repeats beginning Monday
March 31, 2004
KALAMAZOO--The three-part PBS television series, "Race--The Power of an Illusion," will repeat with three evening screenings at Western Michigan University beginning Monday, April 5.
All three episodes of the PBS series will be shown at 7 p.m. at the Lewis Walker Institute for Race and Ethnic Relations in Welborn Hall. The screenings are free and opening to the public, and those attending are welcome to remain for a 30-minute discussion period following each one-hour episode.
The first episode, "The Differences Between Us," will be shown Monday, April 5; the second part, "The Story We Tell," will be shown Wednesday, April 7, and the final installment, "The House We Live In," will be shown Thursday, April 8.
"Race--The Power of an Illusion" includes interviews with Dr. Joseph L. Graves Jr., who will lecture of "The Illusion of Race" Tuesday and Wednesday, April 6-7, for the fifth annual "Respecting Differences" lecture series in Kalamazoo.
The three-part program was also shown as a lunchtime series at the Walker Institute beginning Monday, March 29. The final noon series installment is April 5.
For more information, contact Felicia Crawford in WMU human resources at 269 387-3635 or <email@example.com>.
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