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In The Studio - Anarchy Roller Derby

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Lin Weaver hosts Ms. L Fire, aka Lori Cleland, Jerry Seltzer, Son of Lou Seltzer - Founder of the first Roller Derby, and Ruby the Wrecker, aka Jen Robinson, Secretary and Blocker.

Topics include: The Anarchy Roller Derby of Woodland, CA, their team philosophy, their sportmanship, and their games.  Also discussed: the history of the sport and how it is played.

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Stories of GATE and (De)Tracking

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Presentation by Dr. Fred Brill.

*AUDIO FIXED*

Brill describes his experience as superintendent of the Lafayette School District, where the teachers are supported and encouraged to provide differentiated instruction for students at all learning levels. 
The event is hosted by a group of individual Davis residents not acting in affiliation with the school district or any school, nor in affiliation with any educational or political program or organization.

OLLI Presents - Cynthia Kellogg and Terry Turner - "Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi and Memphis" - Session 2

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OLLI, the Lifelong Learning Institute, presents Cynthia Kellogg and Terry Turner and their lecture, 'Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi and Memphis,' Session 2 (of 2).

OLLI Presents - Cynthia Kellogg and Terry Turner - "Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi and Memphis" - Session 1

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OLLI, the Lifelong Learning Institute, presents Cynthia Kellogg and Terry Turner and their lecture, 'Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi and Memphis,' Session 1 (of 2).

In The Studio - Davis Grad Night

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Nora Filet and Dylan McElligott host Mary James, Parent Run Activities Chair, and Diane Sherwin, Parent Volunteer.

Topics discussed include: need for volunteers, how to get tickets, why there is a grad night, the work force, and general overview of grad night without giving away too much since it is a surprise for the grads.  Its a safe and sane party, once entered can't leave until morning.