Thursday June 18 | Berlin Airlift & Actor Sam Faulkner

June 17, 2009 at 12:54 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 1 Comment

Part One: Berlin Airlift
UNC Charlotte was honored recently by being selected to house a traveling exhibit called “Friends Always.” This major collection of photography and history commemorates the Berlin Airlift, one of the largest humanitarian efforts ever, which celebrates it’s 60th anniversary on June 24th. We’ll take a look at the exhibit, the airlift and it’s relevance to international relations in our modern, global world.
Guests
Kurt Waldthausen – Honorary Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany
Dr. Heather Perry – Asst. Professor of History, UNC Charlotte

Part Two: Actor Sam Faulkner
We’ll meet Sam Faulkner, a ten year old boy who may  be on his way to Broadway. He has appeared in Camelot at CPCC’s Summer Theatre and will be part of the cast of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. We’ll hear his story and he’ll sing for us.
Guest
Sam Faulkner – Actor

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  1. I go to school with Sam, he’s in my class, and he’s one of my good friends!


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