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Gain deeper understanding and appreciation, expand your knowledge base, and reconsider some ideas you might already have about Islam through this continuing academic lecture series, in partnership with the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Chicago.
In the finale of this academic lecture series, a guided panel discussion will feature local residents.
Speak your mind at this spoken-word freestyle open mic hosted by More Than a Month. Your voice is your power!
Learn about the many technological innovations that have occurred in Illinois that have impacted the globe-from John Deere inventing the self-scouring plow in Illinois fields to the first steel-framed skyscraper on the Chicago horizon. Author John Wasik discusses how and why Illinois became such a hub of innovation and how to ensure it continues to thrive.
Join Rick Purro of Drehobl Art Glass in Chicago to learn about "Restoring the Stained Glass Windows in Pleasant Home.
Join us on the second Tuesday of each month, May through October, to ponder the meaning of civic activity in its most basic forms: associating, serving, giving, and leading. In The Civically Engaged Reader discussion series, we'll read and reflect on short stories, poems, and essays by writers including Alexis de Tocqueville, Dave Eggers, Maya Angelou, Ursula K.
Come for a viewing of 2010 documentary Louder Than A Bomb, and stay for a short discussion led by Peter Kahn of Oak Park River Forest High School's Spoken Word Club. This event is part of the One Book, One Oak Park community-wide summer reading program.
Meet Nasreen Sheikh, an inspiring young woman from Nepal who escaped forced
marriage and, while still in her teens, founded a small business and foundation
to help empower other women in her native Nepal. Born in a small village on the
Nepal/India border, Nasreen ran away at the age of 11 from conditions oppressive
The Chicago Alliance of African American Photographers, CAAAP, is working on a three year project to focus on the U.S.
Meet poet and community builder Kevin Coval, and join us for the biggest event of this summer's One Book, One Oak Park community-wide reading program. Learn more at oppl.org/onebook.