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The Shifting Narrative Free Online

Mon 1/18, 7 PM CST

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Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre presents a panel for MLK Day on the future of activism with the "Evanston Five," a group of young Black Evanstonian activists: Katia Bell, Sarah Bogan, Alexis Harris-Dyer, and Kara Roseborough, along with moderator and Evanston Township High School alum, 2017 NAACP Community Service awardee, and Northwestern University senior Nolan Robinson Jr. The discussion will be available through the company's YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Sue Science Saturdays: Prehistoric Party Recommended All Ages Agenda Online

Sat., Jan. 23, 10 a.m.

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The Field Museum presents a family-friendly virtual tour along with interactive activities and behind-the-scenes looks at the museum with museum researchers and Sue the T.rex. One ticket is required per household. Zoom access provided after ticket purchase.

Chicago Dance History Project's Interview Marathon All Ages Agenda Online

Sun., Jan. 31

The organization kicks off its fifth anniversary celebration by hosting a day-long livestream Interview Marathon featuring guests Lou Conte, Nicole Clarke-Springer, Frank Chaves, Paige Fraser, Carmela Greco, Lar Lubovitch, Mark Morris, Wendy Perron, Jorge Pérez, Twyla Tharp, Eduardo Vilaro, Ashley Wheater, and more.

In Focus lecture series featuring Rebecca Zorach on abolition art Recommended Free Agenda Online

Sun., Feb. 7, 2 p.m.

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Local writer and professor Zorach, the author of Art for People's Sake: Artists and Community in Black Chicago, 1965-1975 (Duke University Press, 2019) gives an online talk for the Evanston Art Center's free lecture series. Zoom access will be sent after registration.