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Executive Vice President and Provost

Lecture: Does a President's Faith Shape Policy?

Cara Burnidge, assistant professor of religion, will present "Does a President's Faith Shape Policy? Woodrow Wilson as a Case Study for Today." This lecture will examine how faith has and has not shaped a president’s domestic and international policies and reform; it will conclude by offering insights on how to think about religion in policy making today. The lecture is sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and World Religion and the Department of History.

Documentary Film Viewing: "Telling Amy's Story"

Telling Amy's Story (2010) is a documentary hosted by actress and advocate Mariska Hargitay, and told by Detective Deirdri Fishel, that details the timeline of the domestic violence and eventual homicide of Amy Homan McGee by her husband on Nov. 8, 2001. The screening of the film is being shown in conjunction with Shine the Light on Relationship Violence Week and will be followed by discussion facilitated by representatives from Waypoint domestic violence services in Cedar Rapids. Visit the official website to view the trailer for Telling Amy's Storyhttp://telling.psu.edu/

The Clothesline Project

Participate in Shine the Light on Relationship Violence Week by viewing the Clothesline Project display in the Maucker Union.. The Clothesline Project started in Cape Cod, Mass. and has become an international visual art campaign to raise awareness about violence against women, children, the LGBTQ* community and other marginalized populations. By hanging up collections of shirts representing the individuals who have experienced violence, the Clothesline Project brings to attention these acts, which are often committed in our own homes and communities.

The Clothesline Project

Participate in Shine the Light on Relationship Violence Week by viewing the Clothesline Project display in the Maucker Union.. The Clothesline Project started in Cape Cod, Mass. and has become an international visual art campaign to raise awareness about violence against women, children, the LGBTQ* community and other marginalized populations. By hanging up collections of shirts representing the individuals who have experienced violence, the Clothesline Project brings to attention these acts, which are often committed in our own homes and communities.

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