“The People Speak, Englewood,” an Evening of Dramatic Readings and Songs, May 31st

RED-BLUEMay 31st, 6:00 pm, at TEAM Englewood High School, Auditorium
6201 S Stewart Ave, Chicago, IL 60621
Free and open to the public | Free lot parking | CTA: 63rd – Red line, Halsted – Green line, #63 bus

Hosted by Kevin Coval, featuring Ameena Matthews of The Interrupters; Louder Than a Bomb All-Star Malcolm London; TEAM Englewood’s student poets, musicians, and artists; DJ Itch 13; and special guests to be announced.

Closing out the first year of the “Chicago Voices of a People’s History” arts and education initiative, a live performance of “The People Speak” will take place at TEAM Englewood High School May 31. Bringing to life the extraordinary history of ordinary people who made the United States what it is today, the evening will feature students engaged in “people’s history” curriculum alongside noted Chicago poets and activists, for dramatic readings and musical performances of the words and songs of rebels from America’s past.

For more details, visit the Chicago Teachers Union Blog.

And see the following interview with Matt Damon about the event.


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