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AIR DATE: February 6, 2009

Lawrence Carter, PhD, Dean, Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel, Morehouse College, and Creator and Curator, Gandhi, King, Ikeda: A Legacy of Building Peace exhibit
... on the exhibit designed to celebrate the ideologies of global peace, non-violence, civil rights and community building as instruments of change. The exhibit is on display inside the Tam Alumni Center's Tiberti Grand Hall at UNLV through February 21. A smaller version of the exhibit will open tomorrow at the CSN Cheyenne Campus, inside the Fine Arts Gallery at the Nicholas J Horn Theatre.

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