A Conversation with Dr. Angela Y. Davis

Civic Chicago • 12 June 2018
Event date 16 Jun '18 05:30 pm - 08:30 pm
Event location Chicago Teachers Union Foundation Chicago, Illinois • Chicago, IL, United States
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The Chicago Teachers Union Foundation proudly presents A Conversation with Dr. Angela Y. Davis moderated by Dr. David O. Stovall centered around our juvenile and adult criminal justice system. 

Dr. Angela Y. Davis, prominent activist, educator, and author life’s work emphasize building disenfranchised communities for economic, racial, and gender justice. She is primarily concerned with society’s tendency to devote more resources and attention to the prison system than to educational institutions. 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-conversation-with-dr-angela-y-davis-tick…

Moderating this critical and historical discussion is Dr. Stovall, a University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) professor and the author of Born Out of Struggle. Dr. Stovall studies the influence of race in urban education, community development, and housing. 

Prepare for an empowering, motivating and inspiring conversation with two dynamic individuals!

(CASUAL BUSINESS ATTIRE)

EVENT DETAILS:
5:30 PM - RECEPTION
6:00 PM - DR. ANGELA DAVIS SPEAKS
6:50 PM - Q & A SESSION w/ DR. ANGELA Y. DAVIS MODERATED BY DAVID STOVALL
7:20 PM - DR. ANGELA DAVIS BOOK SIGNING 

Ticket purchase to the event includes a copy of the Dr. Angela Y. Davis' new book Freedom Is a Constant Struggle, passed appetizers, and open bar throughout the evening. Additionally, enjoy great music, silent auction, and raffles to support public school teachers and students. NO SIT-DOWN MEAL. (MUST be 21 + to drink). Student discount available. 

All funds raised from the night's event go directly to support public school teachers and students through one or more of the Chicago Teachers Union Foundation's campaigns: Student Special Assistance Fund, Public Scholarship Pathways for CPS high school students that are college bound, Restorative Practice Training for Educators and Students in the classroom or Career Pathways: Vocational Training for Students and Teachers.

Can't attend the event, you still support the Chicago Teachers Union Foundation by donating to one of our campaigns. For information on each campaign, visit www.ctuf.org.

Please send all inquiries to events@ctuf.org.

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2 months agoAdd to Calender 2018-06-16 21:30:00 2018-06-16 21:30:00 A Conversation with Dr. Angela Y. Davis The Chicago Teachers Union Foundation proudly presents A Conversation with Dr. Angela Y. Davis moderated by Dr. David O. Stovall centered around our juvenile and adult criminal justice system.  Dr. Angela Y. Davis, prominent activist, educator, and author life’s work emphasize building disenfranchised communities for economic, racial, and gender justice. She is primarily concerned with society’s tendency to devote more resources and attention to the prison system than to educational institutions.  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-conversation-with-dr-angela-y-davis-tick… Moderating this critical and historical discussion is Dr. Stovall, a University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) professor and the author of Born Out of Struggle. Dr. Stovall studies the influence of race in urban education, community development, and housing.  Prepare for an empowering, motivating and inspiring conversation with two dynamic individuals! (CASUAL BUSINESS ATTIRE) EVENT DETAILS: 5:30 PM - RECEPTION 6:00 PM - DR. ANGELA DAVIS SPEAKS 6:50 PM - Q & A SESSION w/ DR. ANGELA Y. DAVIS MODERATED BY DAVID STOVALL 7:20 PM - DR. ANGELA DAVIS BOOK SIGNING  Ticket purchase to the event includes a copy of the Dr. Angela Y. Davis' new book Freedom Is a Constant Struggle, passed appetizers, and open bar throughout the evening. Additionally, enjoy great music, silent auction, and raffles to support public school teachers and students. NO SIT-DOWN MEAL. (MUST be 21 + to drink). Student discount available.  All funds raised from the night's event go directly to support public school teachers and students through one or more of the Chicago Teachers Union Foundation's campaigns: Student Special Assistance Fund, Public Scholarship Pathways for CPS high school students that are college bound, Restorative Practice Training for Educators and Students in the classroom or Career Pathways: Vocational Training for Students and Teachers. Can't attend the event, you still support the Chicago Teachers Union Foundation by donating to one of our campaigns. For information on each campaign, visit www.ctuf.org. Please send all inquiries to events@ctuf.org. Chicago Teachers Union Foundation Chicago, Illinois America/New_York public Education Racial Justice