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March 20, 2014 |

Black civil rights, LGBT movements focus of Emory conference

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"Whose Beloved Community?" will present the first-ever international conference examining points of intersection and contention among the U.S. Civil Rights movement; the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) equality movement; and black LGBT communities.

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Del Rio to discuss future of HIV/AIDS epidemic

Emory partnership brings health care model to seniors

Tibet Week offers cultural feast

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Life of the Mind speaker Carlos del Rio says despite the challenges, we now have a better understanding of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and tools needed to contain it.

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A new collaboration expands Emory Healthcare Network's ability to improve quality of life for Medicare patients while lowering health care costs.

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Meditation, mandala sand painting, and a variety of forums for exploring the culture of Tibet will highlight Tibet Week March 24-29.

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Engage Emory

Faculty, staff and students are invited to an International Food Festival on Friday, March 21, at 7 p.m. in the Math and Science Atrium. Sample small plates of foods like curried lamb, adobo shrimp, steamed vegetable dumplings, and more plus a dessert buffet. Contact Tammy Kim for more information.

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