Extraordinary interview about the film “American Skin,” produced by Nate Parker with Keith David three-time Emmy Award winner, Tony nominee recently in Greenleaf and a Juilliard trained actor; Dr. Kim Dulaney Director of Education at the DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center; Greg Carr profoundly well-known professor at Howard University and who is one of the most foremost leaders in African American Studies.  The discussion will provide a historical backdrop of American Skin.

Conversation with Fred Hampton Jr.

Conversation with Fred Hampton Jr., Mama Akua Njeri, Attorney James D. Montgomery, Moderated by Professor Kim Delaney

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In Our Mothers’ Gardens

Dr. Kim Dulaney: Director of Education, DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center - Moderator   SHANTRELLE P.

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The Black Maternal Health Crisis Series: The Impact of Medical Racism

the DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center, Center for Health Equity Transformation, The Congressional Caucus On

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The Black Maternal Health Crisis Series: Bridging the Gaps in Health Policy

the DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center, Center for Health Equity Transformation, The Congressional Caucus On

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DuSable Museum Speaks with Jarrett Johnson and Alvin Chea

DuSable Museum Speaks with Jarrett Johnson and Alvin Chea about their Grammy-nominated a capella version of the Black

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Virtual New Year’s Lounge

Celebrating Hope, Renewal, and Unity with the best entertainment Chicago has to offer featuring Vibraphonist Thaddeus Tookes,

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Virtual field trip

Go on a virtual field trip with Chicago’s Mayor Lori Lightfoot as she visits the DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center.

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Bronzeville Film Festival

Short documentary films, created by Chicago area high school and college students, to demonstrate the impacts of climate change on the community.

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