Celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with the 28th AFI Latin American Film Festival! Featuring more than 40 films, the festival showcases the best in cinema from Latin America with the inclusion of films from Spain and Portugal.
Nation to Nation presents the story of the treaties that lie at the heart of the relationship between Indian Nations and the United States.
Loyola University Maryland
Richard Alley, Ph.D., Francisco Alpizar, Ph.D., and Danny Richter, Ph.D. comprise the trio of panelists for this year’s lecture, “Climate Change: The Causes, the Challenges, the Consequences.” The speakers will discuss the causes and potential consequences of climate change at a global scale, will explore how developing nations are reacting to the challenges and opportunities imposed by climate change, and will delve into the political environment around climate change action and how to become politically involved.
McDaniel College at 150: A Discussion of the College's History by College Historian James E. Lightner
Grace Lutheran Church, Grace Hall
In honor of McDaniel College’s 150th anniversary, McDaniel College historian James E. Lightner discusses 10 critical events in the college’s history at this brown-bag lunch talk.
The National Building Museum
Find out how SmithGroupJJR has had a significant impact on the Washington region and beyond in its 164-year history, especially now as it renews its focus on place-making and high-performance design.
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