Our most recent public program in the Windy City brought together wide-ranging experts from an award-winning human rights journalist, to the founder of an organization that aims to transform the educational experience of students in El Salvador, to professors, research associates and graduates of Northwestern University.
Big thanks to Senior OpEd Project leader Michele Weldon, and to our hosts, The Illinois Humanities Council, for it’s great work “fostering a culture in which the humanities are a vital part of the lives of individuals and communities.”
Want to join us next time? We’ll be back in Chicago on April 11-12, for a back-to-back advanced version of Write to Change the World, where we’ll use the second day to explore timing, cross-pollination, and where good ideas come from. You can attend the first day, or both days. Register here.