Both here and abroad, people of color struggle to protect their communities from violence, displacement, and systematic dismantling. Listen to activists from Chicago and Palestine share their experiences with working against forces threatening to undermine their communities.
Critical Conversation with Albie Sachs On turning six, during World War II, Albie Sachs received a card from his father expressing the wish that he would grow up to be soldier in the fight for liberation.
Hull-House Museum and the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at the University of Chicago present, Marge Piercy in "Sex Wars: the Turbulent times of the first wave of the women's movement.Reading from "Sex Wars: A Novel of the Turbulent Post-Civil War Period,"pr
The Jane Addams Hull-House Museum and Chicago Coalition for Domestic Workers/Latino Union will co-host a conversation with Ai-Jen Poo, visionary labor leader and Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. Ms.
Krista Franklin and Michael Warr will perform poems from their new collections. Franklin's Study of Love & Black Body is a small collection of poems that deals with ideas of motherhood, the body, cultural and internal conflict, and identity from a variety of angles.