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  1. Good Trouble

    November 30, 2023, 7:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    William Allen White Library, Emporia State University, 1 Kellogg Circle, Emporia, KS, 66801

    ESU Special Collections and Archives invites the campus and community to “Good Trouble,” a program presented by John Edgar Tidwell and made possible by Humanities Kansas. The late political activist and U.S. congressman John Lewis coined the phrase “good trouble” to describe his civil disobedience in the 1960s, raising an interesting question. What role have the humanities played in times of crisis, contentiousness, and incredible disagreement? This talk will seek to answer this question by looking at selected works, such as Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” and how they frame today’s perspectives and debates about racism. The event will take place in the Learning Commons of William Allen White Library.

  2. Holiday Jazz

    November 30, 2023, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Emporia Granada Theatre, 807 Commercial St, Emporia, KS, 66801, United States

    The Emporia Arts Council is spreading holiday joy with our next performance of our Performing Arts Series. Holiday Jazz | November 30th | Emporia Granada Theatre | 7:00pm A nine-piece ensemble of world-class jazz artists from throughout the U.S. perform a collection of well-known Holiday favorites with a jazz twist. The “Holiday Jazz” ensemble is co-led by renowned jazz drummer and native Emporian Jack Mouse and his wife, internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist Janice Borla. Esteemed artists of the ensemble include: Saxophonist Scott Robinson, Trumpeter Mike Steinel, Trombonist Steve Wiest, Vibraphonist Brad Stirtz, Guitarist Fareed Haque, Pianist Pat Coil and Bassist Alex Austin. The Jubilee Ringers hand bell choir will provide entrance music under the Granada marquee as the doors open at 6:00pm. We are excited to announce that this performance is FREE, provided by our donor’s generosity! Tickets are available at the Emporia Arts Center located at 815 Commercial St. Tickets will be required to attend this performance, get yours today! Thank you to our Major Presenting Sponsor Mitchell-Markowitz Construction, Event Underwriter ESB Financial and our donors!

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