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Live Performance: Train Thursday, May 17, – pm Students of Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School working with a playwright and director from Northlight Theatre will perform an original play inspired by the book Train by Danny M. The story focuses on six teenagers in 1943 Berlin, giving voice to lesser heard victims of Nazism—the Roma, the disabled, homosexuals, intermarried Jews and political enemies of the regime. LGBT Human Rights Worldwide June 2018 Across the globe, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people (LGBT) continue to face violence, legal discrimination, inequality, and other human rights violations because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Join us for a thought-provoking conversation as we explore the history, early battles, defeats, and victories in the struggle to achieve equality, and learn what we can do to stand in full solidarity to defend human rights for all LGBT people. and Sarajean Ruttenberg Arts Foundation with additional funds from the Illinois Arts Council Agency. and Sarajean Ruttenberg Arts Foundation Additional Funder: Illinois Arts Council Agency Speak Truth to Power is a project of Robert F. The Golder Family Foundation is lead sponsor for all Illinois Holocaust Museum special exhibitions.
(Also see different location March 12.) Trans Safe is a once weekly service for transgender and gender non-conforming (GNC) individuals age 18 and up, providing a safe and trans affirming space where trans and GNC individuals can access referral and linkage to housing, medical, legal, employment, and HIV services.
Higdon, Reena Esmail and Maestro Mei-Ann Chen perform in conjunction with Chicago's professional orchestra's Project W initiative for gender equity in classical music, modeling and promoting diversity, inclusion, racial and cultural equity in the arts.
Join a Twitter chat on Wednesday, March 21 at 12 pm CST and use #Talk It Out March 18 through 24, 2018.
These drop-in nights occur on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Interactive, magical theatre about life and death in a once-in-a-lifetime setting. Presented at May Chapel, a rarely open-to-the-public architectural gem.
Featured Upstanders include Bobby Muller from the U. This powerful drama, featuring Chicago’s finest actors and directed by Lookingglass Ensemble Member Tracy Walsh, examines how evil can be overcome with determination. The Dilemma of Free Speech: From Skokie to Charlottesville* Date TBA Jason C.
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The project has since grown into a multi-faceted campaign for advocacy.
Experience the Midwest debut of the photographic exhibit that highlights over 40 human rights defenders from over 40 countries, spanning 6 continents.