Chicago Black History From Emancipation to Inauguration
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“Going to Chicago” were the words composed, sung, and lived by African Americans during the Great Migration. From share-cropper to the White House, Chicago’s black experience is vast, rich, and inspiring. Entertainer and historian Clarence Goodman presents this lively and informative program. Register in person, online or by phone beginning Jan. 20. Phone the library at extension 3.