Teach In: War and Peace

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Nov 200615
6:00p.m.

Lincoln Park High School
2001 North Orchard Street

Chicago, Illinois, 60614
United States

Lara Viscus, the Educational Director of the Chicago Humanities Festival, Maureen Gallagher, author of the play, Martin Fury's Shot, Jean Mishima, of the Chicago Japanese American Historical Society, Eric Young, a history teacher at Lincoln Park High School, and a representative from UNICEF will take part in a teach-in. Student performances and presentations will follow, including readings from Voices in Wartime by English teacher, Ms. Stinnette, and selected scenes from the play, Martin Fury's Shot, by Performing Arts teacher, Mr. Frellick

Free of charge. The public is invited to attend.

 

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