Housing Justice in Chicago Today: Arts & Activism

Through contemporary and historic examples, this conversation explores the intersection of art and activism in Chicago housing. Hear directly from cultural workers, organizers, and former public housing residents about the ways creativity spurs action and policy as well as how home and housing can nurture talent and creativity. Join Willie “JR” Fleming, National Public Housing Museum Board member and co-founder Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign, Tiff Beatty, National Public Housing Museum Associate Director, Adrienne Brown, co-curator of “You Remember Frank London Brown” exhibition and Arts + Public Life Faculty Director, Cheryl Reese, talent manager and former public housing resident in conversation with Eve Ewing, author and co-curator of “You Remember Frank London Brown” exhibition.