For its 2017 keynote address, the Center for Civic Leadership welcomes Robert "Bob" Baer, one of the most accomplished agents in CIA history and the recipient of the Career Intelligence Medal. He is the author of four bestsellers, including "See No Evil," the basis for the acclaimed film "Syriana," which earned George Clooney an Academy Award for his portrayal of Baer.Read More
Join us for staged readings of student work created as part of EPIC (Empathic Playwriting Intensive Course). These readings will feature excerpts of student-created 10-minute plays as part of Jamil Khoury's artist in residence program and will be performed by professional actors from Chicago. Student plays will cover a variety of topics and themes. A talkback will follow the performances.Read More
Dr. Wilson Chen, Dr. Fannie Rushing,
and Dr. Pat Somers
Social Justice & Race"
drawing 1,200 participants to BenU
on March 6, 2017.
Date: April 27
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Goodwin Hall Auditorium
Event Sponsor: The Center for Civic Leadership
Contact: Phil Hardy (630) 829-6292 email@example.com
Robert “Bob” Baer is one of the most accomplished agents in CIA history and in 1998 was awarded the Career Intelligence Medal for his efforts. He is the author of four The New York Times bestsellers, including “See No Evil,” the basis for the acclaimed film “Syriana” which earned George Clooney an Academy Award for his portrayal of Baer. Considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on the Middle East, Baer frequently appears on all major news outlets. A terrorism analyst for CNN and Time magazine, he has contributed to Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post.
Date: May 07
Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Komechak Art Gallery (Kindlon Hall, fifth floor)
Event Sponsor: Komechak Art Gallery
Contact: Ms. Cathaleen Gaddis (630) 829-6320 firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Art of Daniel Mitsui"
First Sunday Tea and Talks are open to the public, admission is free, and refreshments are served.
Date: May 12
Time: All Day
Date: May 13
Time: All Day
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