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Experts from the Anchorage Police Department and the American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska will discuss what to expect, what to say and what your rights are if you're stopped by police.    
“China In Crisis: Will It Become a SuperPower in the Next Two Decades?”
The Chartwell Lecture Series, hosted by UAA's Department of Political Science faculty, offers stimulating programs on a wide range of subjects in the humanities and liberal arts to citizens of Alaska. 
UAA Political Science Department is hosting a lecture and open discussion forum with United States Senator Mark Begich.
Democracy works for better in the United States, but what about it's development in the 48 Sub-Saharan Africa?
A celebration of the policies created by Gov. William Egan that helped develop the young state of Alaska.
The Alaska Day lecture discusses whether or not the United States is ready for the emerging Arctic.
Specialists from academia, government and interest groups will share the results of their independent evaluation of the environmental and socioeconomic studies done by the Pebble Partnership, which is proposing a huge mine in the Bristol Bay watershed, in a public panel on May 6 and May 7.
The UAA/APU Consortium Library will hold a yard sale Saturday, May 11 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on the plaza in front of the entrance to the library, come rain or shine.
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