Borders and Barriers: What Brings Us Together, What Keeps Us Apart?

December 7, 2006

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Join us for a dynamic discussion with activists, community leaders, and topic experts as we explore a variety of local, national, and global issues affecting black/brown relationships in our society. From violence in public schools to on-going gentrification efforts, from varying faith based initiatives to matters involving labor struggles, this program will touch on critical issues that stress and strain our communities. 

The Chicago History Museum, in conjunction with The Public Square at the Illinois Humanities Council, is pleased to introduce In The K/Now, a monthly series that explores the issues Chicago residents face living in an urban society.
 
Recorded Thursday, December 07, 2006 at Chicago History Museum.