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Aspects of the African American Experience: Chicago Since the Civil Rights Era (Discussion)
Everyone is welcome to attend the free discussion "Aspects of the African American Experience: Chicago Since the Civil Rights Era" at the Governors State University Center for Performing Arts. This is part of the "One More Night" Pre-Performance Series in conjunction with "Speaking In Tongues: The Chronicles of Babel", an MPAACT presentation.
- Michele Nettles - GSU Student, "Respect: Black-on-Black Violence in Southside Chicago"
- Kristina Kloc - GSU Student, "Delta Blues in the Big City: Music and the African-American Community since the Civil Rights Era"
- Dorothy Adebayo - GSU Student, "Challenges, Struggles, and Triumphs: My Life from the Delta to the Southside"
- Michael Sanders - "Speaking In Tongues" Actor
- Shepsu Aakhu - "Speaking In Tongues" Playwright
- Professor David Hamilton Golland - Moderator
See "Speaking In Tongues: The Chronicles of Babel" on Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 8:00pm in the Governors State University Center for Performing Arts. For tickets, contact www.centertickets.net or call 708-235-2222.
Sponsored by the GSU Center for Performing Arts and the Office of Student Life.
|Where||Governors State University Center for Performing Arts 1 University Pkwy, University Park, IL 60484 (This event will take place in Engbretson Hall, which is alongside the Hall of Governors and across from the Center for Performing Arts Box Office)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||5:00 pm–7:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Teens, Seniors|
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