Urban Macrame Fibers + The Allis of Soho House

March 29, 2017 at The Allis at Soho House Chicago in Chicago.

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Urban Macrame Fibers + The Allis of Soho House

Join founder and the working hands behind Urban Macrame Fibers, Kenyatta Forbes, to learn the art of knotting. Create beautiful macrame with an urban and contemporary spin. Starting with basics like the square knot and lark’s head, you’ll craft silver ring wall hanging using cotton rope, braid, beads, and other decorative materials. Once your piece if finished, we’ll dye them to take your designs to the next level!

Select your material and color!

All supplies included:
– 100% Cotton Rope
– 8 In Silver Ring
– Beginners Knot Guide – A ‘how to’ of knots, images included, as well as FAQ and an intro to basic terms
– Live Instruction

You’ll leave with a finished piece for your home or to gift to a loved one as well as enough knowledge to continue your macrame journey. Tasty bites and beverages included!

Address: 113-125 N Green St, Chicago
Urban Macrame Fibers + The Allis of Soho House

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Protestants of the Global South During the Long Reformation

March 09, 2017 at Augustana Chapel, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago in Chicago.

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WMI is Commemorating the 500th Year Anniversary of the Reformation

Protestants of the Global South during the “Long Reformation
1517-1700

Keynote Speaker:
Dr. David Daniels, III

Respondent:
Dr. Yudha Thianto

March 9, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
Keynote Address: 7:00 p.m.

Augustana Chapel
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
1100 E. 55th Street
Chicago, IL 60615

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Professor Peter Vethanayagamony
773-256-0749 / pvethana@lstc.edu

Prof. Van Than Nguyen, SVD
773-371-5504 / tnguyen@ctu.edu

Prof. Ken Sawyer
773-947-6304 / ksawyer@mccormick.edu

This event is free and open to the public.

Event is sponsored by:

Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
McCormick Theological Seminary
Catholic Theological Union

Protestants of the Global South During the Long Reformation

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Rust Belt Apocalypse and the Eucharist

March 23, 2017 at Richard Klarchek Information Commons in Chicago.

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After a week in jail following an Iraq War protest in 2003, Chris Haw, as a disaffected evangelical, moved into “America’s most dangerous city” to start a small community in an abandoned house and work with a Catholic church. He worked there for a decade as a teacher, reclaimed woodworker, community organizer, potter, and carpenter. Joining with the church’s liturgy, theology, and service with the poor, Haw came to see Catholic faith and practice more starkly against the backdrop of societal decay, war, despair, and abandonment. In his lecture, “Rust Belt Apocalypse and the Eucharist,” Haw will share how a poetic mixture of myth and logic, an active patience amidst godlessness, and the drama of scapegoating as symbolized in the Mass all permeate his ongoing conversion and research.

Please visit http://luc.edu/ccih/stories/archive/cardinalnewmanlecturechrishaw.shtml for details

Address: 1032 West Sheridan Road, Chicago
Rust Belt Apocalypse and the Eucharist

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Robert S. Abbott: His Life and Legacy

February 27, 2017 at Perlstein Hall in Chicago.

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Join the Office of Campus Life, the Baha’i Community, and Bright Star Community Outreach on Monday, February 27, 2017 at 7pm for an evening to celebrate the legacy of Robert S. Abbott, founder of the Chicago Defender and graduate of Kent College of Law (1898).

In 1905 Mr. Abbott created The Chicago Defender not only to encourage people to migrate north for a better life, but to fight for their rights once they got there. The slogan of the paper and the first goal was “American race prejudice must be destroyed.” Learn about his life, inspiration, and how the legacy continues.

Hear stories from his great-grandniece and President of the
Chicago Defender Charities, Myiti Sengstacke-Rice, as she
shares the timeline of his struggles and successes of bringing
job opportunities and justice to the Black community during the early 1900s. You will also gain insight from Ron Browne; retired teacher, former curriculum coach from the Chicago Public Schools, and member of the Chicago Bahá’í Community, about Mr. Abbott’s faith and how it inspired him to stay hopeful and triumphant.

For more information:
Lynne Meyer 312.567.3160
Syda Taylor 312.371.7036
Andreana Lefton
anlefton@usbnc.org

This is a collaborative partnership as a result of the Bridging the Divide: Be the Healing community initiative. Made possible by the Sarowitz Family Fund. For more information
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Robert S. Abbott: His Life and Legacy

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A Provocative Conversation

April 03, 2017 at Chicago Temple in Chicago.

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Yale Chicago and Yale Divinity School

present

Violence: A Faithful Response to the Plague in Our Neighborhoods and in Our Nation

a provocative conversation featuring

Thomas Dart, Cook County Sheriff
Willie Jennings, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale University Divinity School
Otis Moss III ’95 M.Div., Senior Pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago
Michael Pfleger, Pastor of Faith Community of Saint Sabina

The program will be moderated by Shari Runner, President and CEO of the Chicago Urban League, and will be followed by a reception.

Monday, April 3, 2017
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Chicago Temple
77 W. Washington St.
Chicago, IL 60602

RSVP to Zoe Hunter at zoe.hunter@yale.edu

Address: 77 W Washington St, Chicago
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Network 49 Teach-in on Chicago Police DOJ Report

February 27, 2017 at Willye B White Park in Chicago.

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Network 49 Organizes Teach-in on DOJ Report on Chicago Police

Network 49 will host a teach-in for community residents to learn about what the US Department of Justice concluded in its investigation into Chicago Police Department abuses. The DOJ report was released earlier this year and validates long-held concerns by residents, especially minority youth, about the Chicago Police Department.

Network 49 has invited Sheila Bedi, attorney and clinical professor of law at Northwestern University’s MacArthur Justice Center, to help put the report and findings in context. Ms. Bedi was previously Deputy Legal Director at the Southern Poverty Law Center, the nation’s preeminent legal advocacy organization addressing hate crimes in the United States.

The teach-in is the first in a series of events Network 49 will host on safety in our community.

Address: 1610 W. Howard Street, Chicago
Network 49 Teach-in on Chicago Police DOJ Report

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Intellectual Property Primer

January 24, 2017 at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago.

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Jaharis Fellow Ana Santos Rutschman will give a lunchtime primer on intellectual property for those interested in knowing more about the field. Professor Rutschman will focus on patents and copyrights, and provide an overview of the US legal intellectual property framework.

Location: Lewis Center, 803

RSVP to bdavinge@depaul.edu

Address: 25 E Jackson Blvd, Chicago
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Scholarly Conversations in Nursing – Medical Marijuana

February 09, 2017 at Saint Xavier University in Chicago.

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Judith A. Paice, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, is the director of the Cancer Pain Program in the Division of Hematology-Oncology and a research professor of medicine at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine. She is also a full member of the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Paice has served as president of the American Pain Society and secretary of the International Association for the Study of Pain. Much of Dr. Paice’s clinical work has been in the relief of pain associated with cancer and HIV disease.

Admission
Registration is required. Admission for the event is $20, which includes hors d’oeuvres and beverages. A cash bar will be available. Registration is required by February 3, 2017.

1.0 CEU will be awarded.

Thursday, February 9, 2016
6:30 p.m. Reception
Saint Xavier University
Butler Reception Room
3700 W. 103rd Street
Chicago, IL 60655

Address: 3700 W 103rd St, Chicago
Scholarly Conversations in Nursing - Medical Marijuana

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The Armando Diaz Experience with Don Hall

January 02, 2017 at iO Chicago in Chicago.

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Start of 2017 with Chicago‘s longest running improv comedy show, the Armando Diaz Theatrical Experience and Hootenany.

Our special guest monologist will be Don Hall.
Don administrates and executes all events for Chicago Public Media, is the House Manager for Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! and is also the Host of the Moth Story Slam.

Formerly a theatrical producer, a public school teacher, a massage school facilities manager, professional trumpet player, and a homeless busker, Hall also tells stories around town, blogs regularly and is the co-host of the General Admission podcast.

The show starts at 8:00pm. Tickets are $12. Students and performers of iO get in free.

Address: 1501 N Kingsbury St, Chicago
The Armando Diaz Experience with Don Hall

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LECTURE: The Origins of Two Provincial Capitals in Upper Egypt

January 04, 2017 at Oriental Institute Museum in Chicago.

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The Oriental Institute Lecture Series organized by the University of Chicago brings notable scholars from around the country and abroad as they present on new breakthroughs, unique perspectives, and innovative research applications related to the Ancient Middle East.
The Origins of Two Provincial Capitals in Upper Egypt: The Two Sister-Sites of Tell Edfu and Dendara
Presented by Nadine Moeller, Associate Professor of Egyptian Archaeology, and Gregeory Marouard, Research Associate, The Oriental Institute. The ongoing fieldwork at Tell Edfu has recently focused on the excavation of a settlement quarter dating to the 3rd millennium BCE which pushes back the origins of the town of Edfu to the 4th Dynasty (ca. 2550 BCE). The newest addition to the Oriental Institute’s fieldwork program in Egypt, at the ancient provincial capital of Dendara, has also led to new insights into the oldest settlement remains and the original foundation of this city. This lecture provides an overview of the most recent results from both sites offering a comparative perspective on the long-term development of early urban centers in southern Egypt.

6:30-7:00 p.m. Pre Lecture Tour/Registration 7:00-8:00 p.m. Presentation and discussion 8:00-8:45 p.m. Reception
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Nadine Moeller, Associate Professor of Egyptian Archaeology, The Oriental Institute

Address: 1155 East 58th Street, Chicago
LECTURE: The Origins of Two Provincial Capitals in Upper Egypt

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