6:30 – 8:30pm
Change how you think about segregation!
The previous discussions about this fascinating book sold out, so now you have another opportunity to take part in the conversation! Another gathering to discuss Cycle of Segregation will be held on October 29th. Admission is free, but RSVP is required.
- curious about the hidden causes of racial residential segregation?
- interested in learning how Oak Park is a national model in disrupting the cycle of segregation?
- someone who wants to support the Oak Park Regional Housing Center in creating an integrated Oak Park?
Then join national expert and local author Maria Krysan at a house party for a reading and conversation about her just-published book, Cycle of Segregation, based on both national and Chicago-area data, and is described as offering “thoughtful policy prescriptions for dismantling segregation.”
Admission is free (but signup is required). You might also consider a $35 ticket, which includes a signed copy of the book , or a $100 ticket that includes a signed copy of the book and a donation to support the important work of the Oak Park Regional Housing Center. Exact location of the event will be provided upon signing up.
Space is limited so don’t wait — RSVP here today.