(Be)cause & Effects: Tumultuous '60s
Don't miss the opportunity to savor the flavor of the tumultuous decade of the 1960s - including music, war, protest, Civil Rights, feminism and alternative life styles.
This one day conference will feature the following guest speakers:
• Pete Sinclair: "Eye of the Storm - Midland in the 1960s"
Videographer specializing in issues of climate change and renewable energy solutions
• Eric Petersen: "The Ordeal of Vietnam"
Professor of History Emeritus, Saginaw Valley State University
• Kathleen McGuire: "Beyond Berkeley: Student Protest in the 1960s"
Adjunct Instructor of History, Saginaw Valley State University
• Kenneth Jolly, Ph.D.: "Reflections on the Black Freedom Movement and the 1960s"
Professor of History, Saginaw Valley State University
There will be a one hour lunch break taken at 12 noon. If you are attending the conference and would like to pre-purchase a boxed lunch, please click here for details! The Midland Center for the Arts Saints & Sinners Lounge will be open for those that purchase a lunch, as well as for those that bring their own lunch, as a break station.
Presented in partnership with the Midland County Historical Society, Grace A. Dow Memorial Library, and Saginaw Valley State University.