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End the atrocities

Several speakers including a photographer, a nonprofit founder, religious leaders and a Sudanese refugee will share testimonies of their experiences in Darfur at the opening of this multi-media exhibit on the genocide happening there.

Genocide: 1900-Darfur
East Library
5550 N. Union Blvd.
Sunday, Feb. 3, reception, 1-5 p.m; speakers, 1:30 p.m.
Exhibit runs through Feb. 29, free
Contact: 531-6333, ppld.org

Drive it home

All those who seek better transportation options than our gas guzzlers should attend this documentary. It tells the story of the EV1, an electric car introduced in California that was loved by those who drove it, yet it mysteriously disappeared.

Who Killed the Electric Car?
CC's Olin Lecture Hall
1030 N. Nevada Ave.
Monday, Feb. 4, 7 p.m., free
Contact: 389-6607, coloradocollege.edu

Diversify your options

During black history month, New York Times journalist Jerry Gray will talk about this year's presidential race which has drawn the most diverse field of candidates ever.

"Diversity as It Relates to the
Presidential Race"
CC's Palmer Hall, Gates Common Room
1025 N. Cascade Ave.
Thursday, Feb. 7, 7 p.m., free
Contact: 389-6607, coloradocollege.edu

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