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Nikole Hannah-Jones Is Bringing ‘The 1619 Project’ To Chicago With WBEZ’s Natalie Moore
The free October discussion with examine the negative and positive reactions since the publication of "The 1619 Project" in 2019.
Authors, Poets And Playwrights Headline Inaugural American Writers Festival
Fans of dozens of contemporary writers can enjoy discussion panels and author signings during the one-day event at American Writers Museum and Chicago Cultural Center.
In ‘The Billboard,’ Chicago Journalist Tackles Abortion Rights And Seeks To Portray Englewood ‘As More Than The Headlines’
The play from WBEZ journalist Natalie Moore is inspired by real instances of people erecting pro-choice and pro-life billboards. The book is out now, and the play premieres in June.
Black And Latino Chicagoans Want The Vaccine — They’re Just Struggling To Find It, Health Experts Say
Offering consistent vaccination locations — not pop-ups — and night and weekend hours could improve the city's vaccine rollout in underserved communities, experts said.
This Weekend’s Hyde Park Jazz Festival ‘Has No Common Theme’ — Besides Good Music And Thoughtful Discussion, Of Course
Public discussions from back-alley jazz legends and local experts will complement a wide variety of performances, linking the history of jazz music to the lived experiences of black South Siders.