photo credit: Sara Pooley/JAHHM

photo credit: Sara Pooley/JAHHM

November 8th Election Day, 1-5PM

Join Jane Addams Hull-House Museum for an election day wall-breaking with Aram Han Sifuentes, collaborator Yvette Mayorga, and DJ Sadie Rocks’ protest playlist.




In this workshop, you will learn how to sew while learning the US citizenship test materials with artist, Aram Sifuentes. Come enjoy Korean snacks, refreshments and music. Classes will take place from 1:00-4:00pm at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum on:

September 181:00-4:00PM
December 41:00-4:00PM
February 121:00-4:00PM

Participants can either keep their creations at the end of the workshop or contribute it to the exhibiting samplers. Each of the samplers are on sale for $680 - the cost of applying for citizenship. If sold, the full amount goes to the maker of the sampler. 



Book Launch and Signing: Studs Terkel: Politics, Culture, but Mostly Conversation

Tuesday, September 13
Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
800 S. Halsted Street, C
hicago IL 60607

Please join us for the Chicago book launch and signing of Alan Wieder's Studs Terkel: Politics, Culture, but Mostly Conversation. Speakers include Alan Wieder, Haki Madhubuti, Kathy Kelly and Kevin Coval. Refreshments provided.

Alan Wieder’s Studs Terkel: Politics, Culture, but Mostly Conversation is the first comprehensive book about this man. Drawing from over one hundred interviews of people who knew and worked with Studs, Alan Wieder creates a multi-dimensional portrait of a run-of-the-mill guy from Chicago who, in public life, became an acclaimed author and raconteur, while managing, in his private life, to remain a mensch. 

Alan Wieder is an oral historian who lives in Portland, Oregon. He is distinguished professor emeritus at the University of South Carolina and has taught at the University of the Western Cape and Stellenbosch University in South Africa. In the last fifteen years, he has published three books and numerous articles on South Africans who fought against the apartheid regime. The latest book, Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the War Against Apartheid, was published in 2013 by Monthly Review Press.

Event is free and open to the public. Space is limited, please Register