Next month the Lewis & Clark Community College Diversity Council will team up with the organizers of Black History Month to present a special program. On Wednesday, February 11 at 2pm in the Benjamin Godfrey Chapel the Prison Performing Arts organization will offer a presentation of “Coming Home,” which features actual inmates on stage portraying characters focused on reentering society after being imprisoned.
Diversity Council Chairman Peter Hussey tells The Big Z Prison Performing Arts is a 22-year-old multi-discipline literacy and performing arts program that serves incarcerated adults and children in the St. Louis area.
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L&C Assistant Professor Paula Kelso will present “Behind the Curtain: Body Image and Ballet” at 12:15pm Thursday, February 19, in Reid Memorial Library. The presentation will explore how ballet negatively affects body image for dancers. All events are free and open to the public.