FWP Civic Engagement Fair & Humanities Festival Information

posted Jul 27, 2017, 1:52 PM by L Williams
A few people have asked when the Civic Engagement Fair will be held. It will be Wednesday, Sept. 2710:00-11:40 (It is on the Blue Calendar).  
Also, you may be interested in the Chicago Humanities Foundation Summit: Speech and Privilege.  It's this Saturday.  You can watch from your own home, as it will be streamed over Facebook. I pasted the information below.
All the best,
The 2017 Chicago Humanities Summit: Speech and Privilege is this 
Saturday, July 29! Even if you're unable to attend the summit in person, we'll be streaming all three sessions via Facebook Live over on our page.

Join us for conversations featuring Anne-Marie Slaughter of the New American Foundation, David Cole, National Legal Director for the ACLU, Suzanne Nossel of PEN America, two-time national Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey, University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer, among other leaders from the public and academic sectors for a wide-ranging series of conversations about the state of free speech in today's society. 

Sessions will cover Speech and Campus Life (12 - 2:15 PM), Speech and Imagination (3 - 4 PM), and the Fate of Free Speech (4:30 - 5:30 PM)*.

Make sure to like CHF on Facebook at facebook.com/chicagohumanities to receive updates and more info in the days leading up to the Summit.

Whether it's in-person or online, we hope you'll join us for this important conversation at a crucial juncture for this country.

Still hoping to attend the Summit in-person? Call the CHF Box Office at (312) 494-9509to join the wait list.

Charter Humanists receive VIP access to the Summit with an RSVP. Call the CHF Box Office to reserve your place.

*All times Central