Daryl Davis, black musician, author, actor and activist, has spent the past 20 years meeting and befriending hundreds of Ku Klux Klan members who have since broken ties with the Klan. With his story promoting hope, friendship and conversation, Davis will give a Luther College Humanities Distinguished Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 8, in the Main Hall of the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther campus. The event is open to the public with no charge for admission.
During his visit to Luther College March 2-4, Vicar Lenny Duncan will share his story—of being called to ministry after being formerly incarcerated, homeless and unchurched—and raise questions for the community to consider together.
Two concerts featuring nearly 600 high school student musicians, two Luther College ensembles and one Luther faculty trio, will be held March 4-5 in the Luther's Center for Faith and Life Main Hall.
Modern Money Theory explains that dollar savings of the private sector and the foreign sector are equal to government deficits. Despite the pervasive thought that governments should run a budget like a household where surpluses equal success, Modern Money Theory shows why that isn't the case. Lyle Luzum, Luther College class of 1970, will explain Modern Money Theory at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 8, in the Mott Room of Dahl Centennial Union as part of the Luther Emeriti Colloquium series.