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  • All ages
Sunday, January 11, 2015

Opening Ceremony

Join us for our Opening Ceremony featuring Master of Ceremonies Pam Jones of CBS 2 Chicago. We’ll have performances including poetry, song, and an original theater piece created by teens and adults in our community. You’ll also get a chance to view the RACE: Are We So Different? exhibit.

  • 12:00 p.m.
  • Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center
  • Register now
  • Workshop
  • Books/Authors
  • Kids/Family
Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Panda-monium

During this special storytime event, centered around the book Xander’s Panda Party by Linda Sue Park, your child will create an animal mask of their choosing, stomp and clomp in an animal parade, and participate in other fun animal activities.

  • 9:30 a.m, 11:00 a.m, and 6:00 p.m
  • Morton Grove Public Library
  • Performance
  • All ages
Wednesday, January 14, 2015

What’s Your Story: Stories of Race Project

Two generations come together to share stories of race from multiple perspectives. Students and senior citizens have worked together to develop this evocative theater piece. A community initiative between the Levy Senior Center and D219.

  • 4:00 p.m.
  • Niles North High School, Black Box Theatre
  • Film
  • Adults
Thursday, January 15, 2015

Film: Dark Girls

A documentary exploring the deep-seated biases and attitudes about skin color - particularly in dark skinned women, both outside of and within the Black American culture (IMDb).

  • 10:30 a.m.
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Film
  • Adults
  • Kids/Family
Thursday, January 15, 2015

Film: The Hundred Foot Journey

The Kadam family leaves India for France, where they open a restaurant directly across the road from Madame Mallore’s Michelin-starred eatery. Rated PG.

  • 2:00 p.m, 6:30 p.m
  • Morton Grove Public Library
  • Register now
  • Books/Authors
  • All ages
Friday, January 16, 2015

Skokie’s Journey Toward Cultural Diversity

Take a journey from Skokie’s first settlers through cultural changes and conflicts in the 1960s and 1970s to Skokie’s Festival of Cultures, currently celebrating 25 years of diversity.

January 16-May 30, 2015

Visit Skokie Heritage Museum for hours and information.

  • Skokie Heritage Museum
  • Performance
  • Adults
  • Teens
Sunday, January 18, 2015

Dar He: The Story of Emmett Till

Making its Chicago premiere, this drama chronicles the lynching, beating and death, trial and acquittal, and then the unbelievable public confession afterwards of the men accused of Emmett Till’s murder. This original historical one-man drama was written by Mike Wiley, who also performs all of the roles with transcendent characterization and historical accuracy. Contains sensitive subject matter.

Tickets are $10! The event is sponsored by the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts Foundation.

  • 2:00 p.m.
  • North Shore Center for the Performing Arts
  • Film
  • Adults
Sunday, January 18, 2015

Film: Skokie: Invaded But Not Conquered

A predominantly Jewish suburb is forced to confront its deepest fears about American rights and freedom when a Nazi organizer selects it as the location for his next rally.

  • Workshop
  • Books/Authors
  • Teens
  • 4th - 5th grades
  • 6th - 8th grades
  • 9th - 12th grades
Monday, January 19, 2015

Slam Poetry: Are We So Different?

Write. Speak. Create. Join an artist from Chicago Slam Works, a spoken word performance and teaching group, to learn about slam poetry and poets’ abilities to tell moving personal stories. Participants will spend an hour and a half learning about and crafting their own slam poems, and all creations will be recorded at the end of the event.

10:00 a.m for 4th and 5th grade - Register

1:00 p.m for 6th through 8th grade - Register

3:30 p.m for 9th through 12th grade - Register

  • Skokie Public Library
  • Workshop
  • Kids/Family
  • Teens
Monday, January 19, 2015

9th Annual Diverse Communities United, Realizing King’s Vision Today

This event is focused on providing youth with an opportunity to celebrate Dr. King’s vision and many of the civil rights and positive change leaders of our community and world. Youth from Skokie and Evanston’s Y.O.U. services will express their interpretation of King’s vision.

  • 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Music Institute of Chicago
  • Kids/Family
  • All ages
Monday, January 19, 2015

MLK Service Project

Join us in KidSpace to pitch in on a service project in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Kids in grades K - 5 welcome.

  • 12:00 p.m.
  • Niles Public Library
  • Lecture
  • Adults
Monday, January 19, 2015

Courageous Conversation with Secretary Jesse White and Mayor Van Dusen

Imagine being born into a world where Jim Crow laws rule the land and getting to witness the world change and grow as the civil rights struggle unfolded. Secretary Jesse White has lived an extraordinary life that includes serving in the United States Army and the Illinois National Guard before becoming a successful politician in Illinois. In conversation with Mayor Van Dusen we invite you to listen and learn from the life stories Secretary White has to share. Conversation will be followed by an audience Q&A.

  • Film
  • Lecture
  • Adults
Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Film and Discussion: The Help

Skeeter, a southern society girl, is determined to become a writer, but turns her friends’ lives, and a small Mississippi town upside down when she interviews the black women in the community. Rated PG-13.

  • Workshop
  • Adults
  • Teens
Wednesday, January 21, 2015

A Walk in My Shoes

A Walk in My Shoes are community events hosted by the Y.O.U Spartans. The purpose is to help our community members have a better understanding of each other through storytelling.

At our first event, we will be led in our conversation by guest author Torri Stuckey. He will discuss the impact of his book Impoverished State of Mind, Thinking Outside of da Block. A self-empowering book for teenagers and young adults living in urban poverty, its premise is that being impoverished is more than just socioeconomic status; it is a state of mind.

  • 6:00 p.m
  • Sweety Pies Bakery, Skokie
  • Film
  • Adults
  • Teens
Thursday, January 22, 2015

Film: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

Matt and Christina Drayton are a couple whose attitudes are challenged when their daughter brings home a fiancé who is black (IMDb).

  • 1:00 p.m.
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Lecture
  • Adults
Thursday, January 22, 2015

How to Integrate a Public School

The integration of America’s public schools has been an ongoing process that didn’t start (or end) with Brown vs. Board of Education. Join Bennett Johnson, former head of the Evanston NAACP and co-founder of the first Black-owned publishing company in the U.S. (Path Press Inc.), as he shares his experience as an activist working to desegregate schools in Evanston.

  • Lecture
  • Adults
Sunday, January 25, 2015

The Long March to Montgomery by Susan Van Dusen

Writer Susan Van Dusen reads excerpts from The Long March to Montgomery a story about her own experiences 50 years ago as she marched for civil rights in Montgomery, Alabama.

  • 1:30 p.m
  • Skokie Heritage Museum
  • Film
  • Adults
Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Film: Cesar Chavez

The story of the famed Civil Rights leader and labor organizer, torn between his duties as a husband and father and his commitment to securing a living wage for farm workers.

  • Lecture
  • Adults
  • Teens
Thursday, January 29, 2015

Off the Record: Race Representations in the Media

Acts of violence are reported in the media in differing ways, particularly in relation to the communities being reported upon. The many forms of media have radically altered our access to information. Join media scholar Suzanne McBride, journalist Mark Jacob, media literacy advocate Peter Adams, and documentary producer Pemon Rami for a panel discussion of the ways new media affect our understanding of race relations in contemporary society.

  • Film
  • Adults
  • Kids/Family
Friday, January 30, 2015

Film: The Hundred-Foot Journey

The Kadam family leaves India for France where they open a restaurant directly across the road from Madame Mallory’s Michelin-starred eatery (IMDb). Rated PG.

  • 1:00 p.m.
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Performance
  • Adults
  • Teens
Friday, January 30, 2015

Unveiled, a One-Woman Show

Racism. Hate crimes. Love. Islam. Culture. Language. Life. Five Muslim women in a post-9/11 world serve tea and uncover what lies beneath the veil in this compelling one-woman show by talented writer-actress Rohina Mallik. Performance will be followed by a Q&A with the audience, as well as a book signing by Ms. Mallik.

  • Workshop
  • Adults
Monday, February 2, 2015

How Do We Talk about Race in Skokie?

The Skokie Human Relations Commission is hosting a series of conversations on the topic of race. Community conversations will be facilitated by Eileen Hogan Heineman, Director of Racial Justice Programs, Evanston/North Shore YWCA.

  • 7:00 - 8:30 p.m
  • Weber Leisure Center
  • Film
  • Adults
Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Film: Men of Honor

The courageous story of an African American sailor who dared to dream of becoming a U.S. Navy Master Diver. Rated R.

  • Lecture
  • Adults
Tuesday, February 3, 2015

The Cultural Construction of “Race”: New Ways of Understanding a Misunderstood Concept

Join Dr. Evin Rodkey, Anthropologist at the University of Illinois Chicago for a lecture about manifestations of race. The lecture will present anthropological research that undermines the way most of us perceive the concept and address how we can more effectively engage with social problems related to race.

  • 4:00 p.m
  • Oakton Community College, Des Plaines Campus, Room 1606
  • Books/Authors
  • Adults
Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Book talk: Race: Are We So Different?

This book talk will feature books that examine the subject of racial identity and race relations in the United States. Fiction and nonfiction titles will be featured.

  • Books/Authors
  • Adults
Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Book Discussion & Author Visit: The Supremes at Earl’s All You Can Eat

Join author Edward Kelsey Moore as we discuss The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat by Edward Kelsey Moore. Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean have seen their friendship endure through bullies, love affairs and great tragedies. But can they survive a tumultuous year when they are forced to face their past mistakes? This funny and touching book sheds light on what it was like to live through the Civil Rights era and how those struggles continue to shape modern day communities and lives.

  • Workshop
  • Kids/Family
Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Family Storytime: All About Differences

Join us to share stories, songs, and other activities that celerate all the ways people are different and unique.

  • Film
  • Adults
Thursday, February 5, 2015

Film: Snow Falling on Cedars

A Japanese-American fisherman may have killed his neighbor Carl at sea. In the 1950’s, race figures in the trial (IMDb). Rated PG-13.

  • 10:30 a.m
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Lecture
  • Adults
Thursday, February 5, 2015

Slavery and the Meaning of Race in American History

Dr. Sherwin Bryant, PhD, Director of the Center for African American History at Norhwestern University, will discuss the history of slavery in the Americas, and current events pertaining to race.

  • Workshop
  • Books/Authors
  • Kids/Family
Saturday, February 7, 2015

My Country ‘Tis of Me

Bring the whole family to this day-long event and celebrate what makes you special and unique! Every hour on the hour, you can listen to a staff member read the book, Of Thee I Sing by Barack Obama. After listening to the story, help build our community quilt by creating a paper square about what makes you special and putting it up on our wall. The quilt will be built throughout the day and will remain on display until the end of February.

  • 9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m
  • Morton Grove Public Library
  • Register now
  • Film
  • Adults
Saturday, February 7, 2015

Film: 12 Years a Slave

The harrowing account of a black man, born free in New York State, who was drugged, kidnapped, and sold into slavery in 1841. 2013 Academy Awards Best Picture Winner. Rated R.

  • Books/Authors
  • Adults
Monday, February 9, 2015

Book Discussion: The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat

Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean have seen their friendship endure through bullies, love affairs and great tragedies. But can they survive a tumultuous year when they are forced to face their past mistakes? This funny and touching book sheds light on what it was like to live through the Civil Rights era and how those struggles continue to shape modern day communities and lives.

  • 11:00 a.m
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Film
  • Adults
Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Film: Belle

Dido Elizabeth Belle, an 18th century English woman of mixed race falls in love with an idealistic young lawyer, and together they help to end slavery in England. Rated PG.

  • Lecture
  • Adults
Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Moving Targets: Lives & Legacies of Emmett Till, Trayvon Martin, & Mike Brown

Keep your hands out of your pockets. Speak in a non-aggressive tone. Announce your movements. Although many people try to sell the idea of a post-racial America, the lives of African-American males are at risk every day. Using the lives of Emmett Till, Trayvon Martin, and Mike Brown, Oakton Community College professor Angelyn Anderson will examine the history of race relations in America, why black lives matter, and how community dialogue will help address this crisis.

  • Film
Thursday, February 12, 2015

Film: Bridge to the Sun

The true story of a young woman subjected to suspicion and animosity for her marriage to a Japanese diplomat during World War II (IMDb).

  • 1:00 p.m
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Workshop
  • Kids/Family
Thursday, February 12, 2015

Pieces of Skokie

Skokie is made up of many different neighborhoods, families, and individuals. Use all sorts of art materials to color in your own piece of the puzzle that is Skokie, then combine your piece with others’ to create one massive image for our community.

  • Lecture
  • Adults
Thursday, February 12, 2015

When the Nazis and Ku Klux Klan Came to Skokie

Skokie Mayor George Van Dusen and Illinois NAACP Director George Mitchell lead a panel discussing how the Village of Skokie reacted to the Nazi and Klan threats. Featuring a clip from a new documentary Surviving Skokie by former Skokian Eric Adler with rare footage of the Chicago Nazi Party.

  • 7:30 p.m.
  • Skokie Village Hall
  • Performance
  • All ages
Friday, February 13, 2015

The MLK Project: The Fight for Civil Rights

The MLK Project is a one-woman show that follows a Chicago student’s personal transformation through studying the Civil Rights Movement. Alaya uses her fists as an outlet for anger, but after interviewing local heroes of the Movement she discovers she can put “anger into action” and that her power is in her voice and her hip hop, not violence. Weaving together real interviews, poetry, hip hop, history and multi-media projections the performance features stories of both celebrated and unsung Chicago-based Civil Rights Activists. Written by Yolanda Androzzo.

  • Lecture
  • Adults
Tuesday, February 17, 2015

A Walk In My Shoes

A reading of “The Long March to Montgomery” by writer Susan Van Dusen, a story about her own experiences 50 years ago as she marched for civil rights in Montgomery, Alabama. Sponsored by the Lincolnwood Chamber, Women in Motion and Y.O.U. Requires registration, $15 registration fees includes lunch.

  • Books/Authors
  • Adults
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Book Discussion & Author Visit: The Supremes at Earl’s All You Can Eat

Join author Edward Kelsey Moore as we discuss The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat by Edward Kelsey Moore.Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean have seen their friendship endure through bullies, love affairs and great tragedies. But can they survive a tumultuous year when they are forced to face their past mistakes? This funny and touching book sheds light on what it was like to live through the Civil Rights era and how those struggles continue to shape modern day communities and lives.

  • Books/Authors
  • All ages
Thursday, February 19, 2015

Author Visit: Meet & Greet with Joan Steinau Lester

A visit with Joan Steinau Lester, the author of Black, White, Other: In Search of Nina Armstrong.

  • 6:00 p.m
  • Niles Township Schools ELL Parent Center
  • Workshop
  • Adults
Thursday, February 19, 2015

This Is Me

This event has been canceled.

We all have stories that explain who we are and how we came to be. These stories are rooted in the place and people that defined home for us, shaping how we experience and see the world. Join “The Moth” Story Slam Grand Champion Lily Be for a raucous, lively evening talking about the connections between definitions, both inside and out, of who we are.

  • 6:30 p.m
  • Skokie Public Library
  • Books/Authors
  • Adults
Friday, February 20, 2015

Book Discussion: The Supremes at Earl’s All You Can Eat

Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean have seen their friendship endure through bullies, love affairs and great tragedies. But can they survive a tumultuous year when they are forced to face their past mistakes? This funny and touching book sheds light on what it was like to live through the Civil Rights era and how those struggles continue to shape modern day communities and lives.

  • Film
  • Adults
Friday, February 20, 2015

Film: Get on Up

A chronicle of James Brown’s rise from extreme poverty to become one of the most influential musicians in history (IMDb). Rated PG-13.

  • 1:00 p.m
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Books/Authors
Friday, February 20, 2015

Student Art Exhibit

Artwork by students and creative works about race will be on display at Oakton Community College’s Skokie and Des Plaines campuses.

February 20 - May 15

  • Through May 15
  • Oakton Community College, Skokie Campus and Des Plaines Campus
  • Books/Authors
Friday, February 20, 2015

Student Poetry Club

Artwork by students and creative works about race will be on display at Oakton Community College’s Skokie and Des Plaines campuses.

February 20 - May 15

  • Through May 15
  • Oakton Community College
  • Workshop
  • Kids/Families
Sunday, February 22, 2015

A Day in My Life: An Intergenerational Program

Children are invited to bring a beloved adult-parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle, neighbor, or another caregiver - to the library to share stories from our lives. Children and caregivers will talk about what it was like to be a child at some other time as compared to childhood today, and pairs will create books to capture these stories. Light refreshments will be served.

  • Workshop
  • Adults
  • Teens
Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Food for Thought

This event has been canceled.

Join us for an evening of local food and organic conversation. While breaking bread with neighbors and leaders you’ll share stories, ideas, and conspire about how we can address race and racism in our community.

  • 6:00 p.m
  • Skokie Public Library
  • Film
  • Adults
Thursday, February 26, 2015

Film: Skin

Based on the true story of a black girl who was born to two white Afrikaner parents in South Africa during apartheid era (IMDb). Rated PG-13.

  • 10:30 a.m
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Performance
  • All ages
Thursday, February 26, 2015

An Evening of Cultural Experience

Oakton Community College student clubs and the college community will present free evening of creative expression, featuring poetry, music, dance, and storytelling at the Skokie campus. Refreshments served. Call (847) 376-7632 or (847) 635-1474 to register.

  • 5:00 p.m
  • Oakton Community College, Skokie Campus, Room P103-104
  • Film
  • Lecture
  • Adults
Saturday, February 28, 2015

Film and discussion: Charlie Chan at the Opera

Film and discussion of issues of race in Film moderated by author and film historian Doug Deuchler. A dangerous amnesiac escapes from an asylum, hides in an opera house, and is suspected of getting revenge on those who tried to murder him 13 years ago.

  • Film
  • Lecture
  • Adults
Sunday, March 1, 2015

Film and Discussion: Skokie: Invaded But Not Conquered

In 1977, Skokie was shaken to its core when a small group of neo-Nazis tried to march there. This attracted national and international attention, leading to landmark legal cases.It set the stage for a clear-cut conflict between the organization’s First Amendment rights and Skokie residents’ right to live free of intimidation. The film made extensive use of archival footage and contemporary interviews to reveal how a debate over First Amendment rights inspired Holocaust survivors to create the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center. Film will be followed by discussion led by Buzz Alpert.

  • 2:00 p.m
  • Lincolnwood Public Library
  • Workshop
  • Books/Authors
  • Kids/Family
Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Pandapallooza Party!

Party with Xander Panda and find out why no one should be left out of a party! Bring your favorite (stuffed) pal, listen to Xander’s story, eat pan(da)cakes, make panda crafts and cha-cha to panda music.

  • Performance
  • All ages
Thursday, March 5, 2015

Hairspray, The Broadway Musical

In 1960s Baltimore, overweight Tracy Turnblad is looking for love and civil rights reform–but mostly, she’s looking for a chance to dance on TV! Romance, infectious tunes, delightful production numbers, and of course, big hair! Written by Mark O’Donnell and Thomas Meehan.

FREE community performance

  • 10:00 a.m
  • Niles North High School Auditorium
  • Books/Authors
  • Teens
Thursday, March 5, 2015

Book Talk with Gail Bush, editor of Indivisible

Gail Bush, editor of Indivisible: Poems for Social Justice will speak to students.

  • 10:30 a.m
  • Niles North High School
  • Workshop
  • Kids/Family
Thursday, March 5, 2015

Make a Statement

Get ready to be on your feet creating games, images and performance pieces that make a statement about who we are! Imagination Theater leads this hands-on workshop where participants will explore complex daily issues and uncover the different points of view that define their community.

  • Performance
  • All ages
Saturday, March 7, 2015

Hairspray, The Broadway Musical

In 1960s Baltimore, overweight Tracy Turnblad is looking for love and civil rights reform–but mostly, she’s looking for a chance to dance on TV! Romance, infectious tunes, delightful production numbers, and of course, big hair! Written by Mark O’Donnell and Thomas Meehan.

  • 2:00 p.m & 7:00 p.m
  • Niles North High School Auditorium
  • Workshop
  • All ages
Monday, March 9, 2015

How Do We Talk about Race in Skokie?

The Skokie Human Relations Commission is hosting a series of conversations on the topic of race. Community conversations will be facilitated by Eileen Hogan Heineman, Director of Racial Justice Programs, Evanston/North Shore YWCA.

  • 7:00 - 8:30 p.m
  • Devonshire Cultural Center
  • Books/Authors
  • Adults
Thursday, March 12, 2015

Book Discussion: The Pact: Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream

Three young men made a promise that they would all become doctors and stick it out through the long, difficult journey. Today, Sampson davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt are still friends and doctors.

  • 11:30 a.m
  • Oakton Community College, Skokie Campus, Room A145
  • Workshop
  • Lecture
  • All ages
Tuesday, March 24, 2015

A Walk in My Shoes

Support our youth in an open mic forum of storytelling and shared experiences. Join us at Super Cup Coffee Shop and enjoy a cup and sweet treat, while building a positive community. Presented by Y.O.U. Spartans.

  • 6:00 p.m
  • Super Cup, Morton Grove
  • Film
  • Adults
Thursday, March 26, 2015

Race: The Power of an Illusion - Film Series & Discussion; Part 1- The Difference Between Us

Part 1 of 3 part film series and discussion of the documentary “Race: The Power of an Illusion”. This film series, sponsored by the Anti- Racism Team of Oakton Community College, will explore questions related to the legitimacy of race as a biological concept, the historical, socio-political and economic impact of race in the U.S. and, concludes with a segment that explores how race is organized and manifested in current everyday society.

  • 6:30 p.m
  • Oakton Community College, Skokie Campus, Room A145-152
  • Workshop
  • Adults
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

What Are You Going To Do About Racism?

A discussion led by the past Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township participants - Indian, Filipino, Assyrian, Greek, and Korean Communities.

  • 7:00 p.m
  • Holiday Inn Chicago North Shore, Skokie
  • Workshop
  • Books/Authors
  • Adults
  • Teens
Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Poetry Scavenger Hunt

Selections from Indivisible: Poems for Social Justice will be posted around the Niles Public Library for patrons to discover. Find them all for a small prize. Visit any Adult or Teens service desk to get started. Pick your favorite to take home, in convenient pocket-size. Niles Public Library KidSpace will also be hosting a poetry scavenger hunt with a special twist in honor of CTIS.

  • Through April 30
  • Niles Public Library
  • Film
  • Adults
Thursday, April 2, 2015

Race: The Power of an Illusion - Film Series & Discussion; Part 2 - The Story We Tell

Part 2 of 3 part film series and discussion of the documentary Race: The Power of an Illunion. This film series, sponsored by the Anti- Racism Team of Oakton Community College, will explore questions related to the legitimacy of race as a biological concept, the historical, socio-political and economic impact of race in the U.S. and, concludes with a segment that explores how race is organized and manifested in current everyday society.

  • 6:30 p.m
  • Oakton Community College, Skokie Campus, Room A145-152
  • Film
  • Adults
Thursday, April 9, 2015

Race: The Power of an Illusion - Film Series & Discussion; Part 3 - The House We Live In

Part 3 of 3 part film series and discussion of the documentary Race: The Power of an Illusion. This film series, sponsored by the Anti- Racism Team of Oakton Community College, will explore questions related to the legitimacy of race as a biological concept, the historical, socio-political and economic impact of race in the U.S. and, concludes with a segment that explores how race is organized and manifested in current everyday society.

  • 6:30 p.m
  • Oakton Community College, Skokie Campus, Room A145-152
  • Lecture
  • Adults
Saturday, April 11, 2015

Hidden Memory: an American Story

Morton Grove resident Anne Shimojima shares her experiences of her family in an incarceration camp during World War II.

  • Books/Authors
  • All ages
Friday, April 24, 2015

Stand Against Racism

“Stand Against Racism” is a movement of the YWCA that aims to eliminate racism by raising awareness through its annual event. We invite individuals and groups to participate in a public stand throughout Evanston and Niles Township.

  • 12:00 p.m
  • Evanston, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles and Skokie

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