All events are free, including a bus tour on Thursday, April 3 to the Little Cities microregion of Athens, Hocking and Perry Counties. The tour is limited to 50 passengers, so register soon.
There will be an opening symposium on Thursday evening, April 3, in the Baker Center Theater on the Ohio University Campus featuring music and LBJ era journalist and OU Alum Sid Davis. All-day sessions in Ohio University's McCracken Hall (Patton College of Education) covering eight thematic tracks relating to the region's quality of life will take place on Friday, April 4. Friday’s sessions will open with a keynote address from Ron Eller, author of “Uneven Ground: Appalachia since 1945.”
Although all sessions are free, attendees are asked to register so the organizers can project room size needs, handouts, etc. To find out more about the event and to register on-line, please visit:
As the event approaches, if you wish to follow details about the event and read provocative information about poverty in the region and nation follow the facebook page at: www.facebook.com/lbj.aregionreflects.
Free parking will be available in Lot 104 on Stewart Street across the street from McCracken Hall during Friday's sessions. A locator map is available on the web site.
Hope to see many of you and your friends and colleagues at this historic event.