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Sunday, Nov. 18 | 2 p.m. | Central Library
Historian Eric Anderson discusses the tumultuous, yet formative, beginnings of Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas. It evolved from a government-run boarding school intent on destroying the tribal identity of its students into a leading institution of higher education that celebrated Native culture.
For the third year in a row, the Library has been recognized for its community contributions by Library Journal, earning a 5-Star designation – the highest a public library can receive.
On display at Central Library through Jan. 6, 2019
This exhibit of photos, contact sheets, and original magazine covers illuminates how Rolling Stone and Baron Wolman, its chief photographer from 1967-70, guided the creation of the era’s “rock star” persona.