2001-02 Program

Dr. Mark Lewis Taylor, author of The Executed God, April 24th, 7:00 p.m. The Sarazan Center,
Please join us for an evening of provocative conversation about America's prison system and the death penalty in light of the Christian belief in an executed God.                       

A History for Today Lessons for Humanity
The International

Photographic Exhibit
February 24-March 24, 2002
Co-sponsored with the Holocaust Survivors and Friends Education Center and the Sarazan Student Union
For a list of Programs see The Holocaust Education web page 
For more information call (518) 785-0035
Co-sponsored with the Martin Luther King, Jr. & Coretta Scott King Lecture Series on Race and Nonviolent Social Change

Rev. Bernice A. King

Minister, Lawyer, Author, Civil Rights Activist, Daughter of Coretta Scott King
and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Power of a Vision: Freedom, Justice, Equality and a Nonviolent World

Thursday, January 24, 2002 at 7 p.m.
Alumni Recreation Center • Siena College
For more information see The Siena MLK web page
Dr. Leo Lefebure on Religion and Violence 
October 24th, 4:00pm 

Eric Schlosser, author of -last year's best-selling -Fast Food Nation,

October 30th 8:00 pm in the Sarazan Center
Co-sponsored by the Sarazen Student Union, the Siena's Foundations Sequence, Peace Studies program, the Niebuhr Institute of Religion and Culture, The Regional Farm and Food Project, and the Siena Program for Sustainable Land Use.