Chicago Black History: From Emancipation to Inauguration

Wednesday February 22, 7–8:30pm

“Going to Chicago” were the words composed, sung, and lived by African-Americans during the Great Migration. From share-cropper to share-holder and from the shotgun shack to the White House, Chicago’s black experience is vast, rich, and inspiring. Entertainer and historian Clarence Goodman presents this lively and informative program.

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