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All CHM Civic Season events are FREE admission days for Illinois residents.

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This virtual session is focused on the civic superpower Nurture

If you’re committed to supportive action for your community, you might be a Nurturer, someone who ensures that everyone has what they need to build a better collective future. Learn about the many ways you can exercise your nurturing power through a collection of our online resources.

Civic Sundays @ CHM highlight the different civic superpowers Chicagoans have used when shaping our city. Each Civic Sunday will have a civic superpower theme with a related film screening, an opportunity to engage directly with community organizations, an art installation, and more. Through hands-on history and films, find and use your own civic superpower!

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In Person, Outdoor, Indoor

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beginner-friendly

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Panel: Protest & Citizenship (Part II)

Panel: Protest & Citizenship (Part II)

By Massachusetts Historical Society

  • Anytime/On Your Own
The History of the Nutcracker and Yellowface

The History of the Nutcracker and Yellowface

By Final Bow to Yellowface

  • Anytime/On Your Own
Share What You Stand For with the iconic Civic Season Poster-Generator
Freedmen’s Town: A 1987 Photo Chronicle of Houston’s Fourth Ward

Freedmen’s Town: A 1987 Photo Chronicle of Houston’s Fourth Ward

By Central American Historical and Ancestral Society

  • Anytime/On Your Own
Racial Equity Resources

Racial Equity Resources

By Living Room Conversations

  • Anytime/On Your Own
Join a Collective Video Response to “A Hard Road to Freedom”

Join a Collective Video Response to “A Hard Road to Freedom”

By Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum

  • Anytime/On Your Own