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Chicago Humanities Festival brings people together Chicago Hu...

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120+ events a year 50+ venues across Chicago For all of Chicago For 30 years and counting See upcoming CHF events: https://chicagohumanities.org Suppo...


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Cooking with Cannabis Chicago Hu...

Cooking with Cannabis

As global interest in cannabis increases and laws continue to change, people want to learn about safe, healthy ways to enjoy it. Where can home cooks,...


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Michael Eric Dyson on JAY-Z Chicago Hu...

Michael Eric Dyson on JAY-Z

If America is essentially an idea, then JAY is its best embodiment,” says Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, a Georgetown sociology professor, New York Times c...


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Revisiting Candyman: Chicago, Fear, and Public Housing Chicago Hu...

Revisiting Candyman: Chicago, ...

Since its release in 1992, Candyman has haunted the public imagination. The film holds particular resonance with Chicagoans: After all, it's set in th...


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Jennifer Lackey: Incarceration and Education Chicago Hu...

Jennifer Lackey: Incarceration...

Once a week, Northwestern University professor Jennifer Lackey leaves the Lake Michigan views of her Evanston campus for the concrete walls of Statevi...


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Beyond the Binary Chicago Hu...

Beyond the Binary

Our binary view of the world is often established when we are very young, frequently conveyed through a series of oppositions: yes or no, up or down, ...


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David Opdyke: This Land Chicago Hu...

David Opdyke: This Land

When artist David Opdyke wanted to address climate change in his work, he found the perfect medium in vintage, hand-tinted postcards. Using their idyl...


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Suketu Mehta: An Immigrant's Manifesto Chicago Hu...

Suketu Mehta: An Immigrant'...

Immigration is one of today's most talked about topics. Rarely, though, do we hear from immigrants themselves. Suketu Mehta, a Pulitzer Prize finalist...


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Beth Macy: Dopesick Chicago Hu...

Beth Macy: Dopesick

Every day in America, more than 130 people die from opioid-related overdoses. That figure is nearly three times greater than it was a mere decade ago.


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Mikki Kendall on Powerful Women Chicago Hu...

Mikki Kendall on Powerful Wome...

On January 3rd, 2019, the 116th Congress convened with a record-breaking 125 women in its ranks. While that might be a number to celebrate, we still h...


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Lynn Sweet and Jim Warren on the Media Chicago Hu...

Lynn Sweet and Jim Warren on t...

Panelists include Lynn Sweet, the Washington Bureau Chief for the Chicago Sun-Times who frequently appears as a political analyst on CNN and MSNBC, an...


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Jonathan Calm on the Green Book Chicago Hu...

Jonathan Calm on the Green Boo...

In 2016, the BBC commissioned photographer Jonathan Calm to capture images of sites featured in the Negro Motorists' Green Book, a guide published fro...


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Nuclear Power After Chernobyl Chicago Hu...

Nuclear Power After Chernobyl

In the nearly 35 years since Chernobyl, what have we learned? CHF has gathered a panel of nuclear experts to reflect on the story and lessons of the w...


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Daniel Immerwahr How to Hide an Empire Chicago Hu...

Daniel Immerwahr How to Hide a...

Ask people to draw a connection between the words “America” and “colonies,” and most will conjure up revolutionary images of 1776. But America...


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Nikki Giovanni Chicago Hu...

Nikki Giovanni

Nikki Giovanni is one of America's most celebrated poets. Her work, which has both drawn from and influenced the Civil Rights, Black Power, and Black ...


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Eli Saslow: Rising Out of Hatred Chicago Hu...

Eli Saslow: Rising Out of Hatr...

In his new book, Eli Saslow, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter at The Washington Post, has turned his attention to one of today's most pressing issues: ...


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Sarah Knott: Mother is a Verb Chicago Hu...

Sarah Knott: Mother is a Verb

In Mother Is a Verb, Sarah Knott creates a history of motherhood that, like the experience itself, is both deeply personal and also rife with universa...


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Desk 88: Senator Sherrod Brown and Connie Schultz Chicago Hu...

Desk 88: Senator Sherrod Brown...

In Desk 88, Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown offers a unique and timely window into the history of the progressive movement, told through the stories of tho...


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Richard Brookhiser: Give Me Liberty Chicago Hu...

Richard Brookhiser: Give Me Li...

In Give Me Liberty, historian Richard Brookhiser presents a pathway to national unity through an examination of thirteen formative texts from the Amer...


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Ari Seth Cohen on Style Over Sixty Chicago Hu...

Ari Seth Cohen on Style Over S...

The philosophy behind Ari Seth Cohen's Advanced Style is simple: Fun with fashion isn't just a young person's game. Initially inspired by his grandmot...


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