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Thursday, Nov. 15: "Down with Isms: Embracing Diversity," a forum organized by the Minority Group Relations class at Huston-Tillotson College. 6-8pm, AL Auditorium. Huston-Tillotson, 900 Chicon.

. Panel discussion about sexuality education hosted by Planned Parenthood of the Texas Capital Region. 6-8pm. Trinity United Methodist Church, 600 E. 50th. Free; RSVP at 476-4610.

Teach-in on the School of the Americas and terrorism. Painter Hall 3.02, UT Campus. Info:

. Anwar Khan of Islamic Relief provides a first-hand account of the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. 7:30pm. UTC 4.122, UT. (21st near Speedway).

Friday-Monday, Nov. 16-19:Inside Books Project, which sends books to Texas prison inmates, holds a 100-hour work party. Book donations accepted at BookPeople. Mexican American Cultural Center (CMACA), 600 River St. More info: 647-4803.

Saturday, Nov. 17: Neighborhood Academy workshop on improving neighborhood meetings. Free. 9:30am-noon. ACC-Riverside, Room 1130. Register at or call 974-7671.

Cap Metro Station Planning & Design Workshop. 8:30am-3pm. Austin Convention Center. 684-3231.

Allandale Neighborhood Association semiannual Shoal Creek cleanup. 9-11:30am (weather permitting). Rakes and garden gloves are suggested; bags will be provided. Meet by the pond. 459-5925.

Petition-signing breakfast bash for City Council Members Daryl Slusher, Jackie Goodman, and Beverly Griffith. 10am. 4206 Avenue G.

Monday, Nov. 19: Save Barton Creek Association's 22nd annual board of trustees meeting and awards celebration. Conversation and light buffet. 6-10pm. Edwards Aquifer exhibit, Beverly S. Sheffield Environmental Center. Zilker Park.

Capital Area Metro Planning Organization (CAMPO) public hearing to consider amending the current long-range transportation plan affecting SH 45 South. Room 2.102, Joe C. Thompson Conference Center, 26th & Red River. 974-2275.

Monday, Nov. 26: U.S. Sen. Russell Feingold, D-Wis., gives a free lecture titled "Preserving Civil Liberties." Hogg Auditorium, UT. 7:30pm. Call 481-9403 or e-mail

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