Rightfully Hers and Evanston Women and the Fight for the Vote Exhibitions at the Evanston History Center

Evanston History Center 225 Greenwood Street, Evanston

From the event organizer: Evanston Women and the Fight for the Vote shares the story of the critical role that Evanston women like Frances Willard, Elizabeth Boynton Harbert, and Catharine Waugh McCulloch, and many others played in local, state, and national women’s suffrage movements. The exhibit will explore the tactics and strategies that suffragists used Read more...

Architect Talk: The Boundary-Breaking Designs of Jeanne Gang

From the event organizer: Don’t miss this signature lecture with internationally renowned architect Jeanne Gang, founding principal of Studio Gang. In more than 20 years of practice, she has challenged the presumed limitations on architects in order to create stunning places that enhance local identity, community, and urban sustainability. Click here for tickets and more Read more...

Architect Talk: The Boundary-Breaking Designs of Jeanne Gang

Spertus Institute 610 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago

From the event organizer: Don’t miss this signature lecture with internationally renowned architect Jeanne Gang, founding principal of Studio Gang. In more than 20 years of practice, she has challenged the presumed limitations on architects in order to create stunning places that enhance local identity, community, and urban sustainability. Click here for tickets and more Read more...

Teaching Social Justice: About Museums, Culture, and Justice to Explore in Your Classroom

Jane Addams Hull House 800 S Halsted St, Chicago

From the event organizer: Are you a teacher, student, or educator who advocates for museums as a tool for learning? Do you see yourself in museums? Therese Quinn discusses her new volume, School: Questions About Museums, Culture, and Justice to Explore in Your Classroom (Teachers College Press/2020). Quinn will be in conversation with local museum Read more...

Race and Rights: Wells, Willard, and Addams

Jane Addams Hull House 800 S Halsted St, Chicago

From the event organizer: Who gets to be a citizen? How did debates in Chicago around voting, lynching, and women’s rights break down across racial lines? How do we think about these divisions today, and why are they relevant? This session will focus on three significant Chicago-based women activists who were connected in their reform Read more...

Chicago Ultimate Women’s Expo

From the event organizer: For over 30 years and 380 shows, the Ultimate Women’s Expos are the largest producer of Women’s Expos in the United States! The Ultimate Women’s Expos have helped hundreds of thousands of women find the very best in products, services, and resources for their homes, businesses, and families. This is all Read more...