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Mar 18, 2014
Friends of Reeves Library Program - "Opening the Vault"
The Friends of Reeves Library cordially invites you to join us for a visit of the Moravian Archives. Archivist Paul Peucker will introduce us to its holdings, show items from the collections and take us on a behind-the-scenes tour of the vault. The presentation will focus on the "Congregational Library," the original library of the Bethlehem Moravians, founded in 1751, and holding over 1,100 books printed between 1481 and 1854. The Congregational Library is one of the oldest communal libraries in the country.
Time: 4:00 pm Location: Moravian Archives, 41 West Locust Street
Contact: Janet A. Ohles  
How to Get Paid What You are Worth: What Every Woman Should Know About Salary Negotiation
Presented by Evelyn Murphy, founder of The WAGE Project, Inc., a grassroots activist national organization working to end wage discrimination against working women.
Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: Prosser Auditorium
Contact: Stacey Zaremba (610) 861-1563
Art Therapy and Child Development
Presentation by Jody Matthews, LPC, ATR-BC. Jody Matthews is a Lehigh Valley artist, Board Certified art therapist in private practice. She has worked in counseling for twenty-five years using art with at-risk and abused children and adults, and adults with schizophrenia.
Time: 1:10 p.m. Location: Art Building, Room 7
Contact: Jan Ciganick 
"Race Against Time" - An Evening with Stephen Lewis
Lewis is one of Canada's most influential commentators on social affairs, international development, and human rights. He researches his talks with obsessive care, enlivens them with personal anecdotes, and is both passionate and political. He is the board chair of the Stephen Lewis Foundation; a distinguished visiting professor at Ryerson University; the co-founder and co-director of AIDS-Free World in the United States; and the former UN Special Envoy for AIDS in Africa. He is coming to Moravian College to speak to our community about his life work which addresses all four of our IN FOCUS topics.
Time: 7:30 p.m. Location: Foy Hall, Hurd Campus