Dr. C. Kurt Dewhurst, Michigan State University Director of Arts and Cultural Initiatives for University Outreach and Engagement, MSU Museum Curator, and Museum Director Emeritus, hosts a panel discussion titled, "Provocative Parallels: The Liberation Struggle and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement - A Special Project 60/50 Brown Bag Lunch Conversation." The conversation compares and contrasts the Liberation Struggle in South Africa with the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. Participants explore the connections as part of the MSU Project 60/50 thematic year linking exploration and study with public commemoration and remembrance, intertwined with many cultural expressions focused on civil and human rights. Panelists are: Dr. Peter Alegi, MSU Professor of History, Dr. Joe T. Darden, MSU Professor of Geography and African and African-American Studies, MSU Professor Kristi L. Bowman, College of Law, and Dr. Peter Limb, MSU Librarian and Professor of History. The session is held in conjunction with new exhibitions on Ahmed "Kathy" Kathrada and Ruby Bridges at the MSU Museum and "The Greater Lansing Sites of Conscience Project". Held in the MSU Museum Auditorium.