An Interview with Alex Kotlowitz

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Join us on Thursday, May 6 at 7:00 PM for a fireside chat with journalist, author and filmmaker Alex Kotlowitz. Alex’s most notable books are An American Summer: Love and Death in Chicago and the award winning national bestseller There Are No Children Here. Known not just for print, our guest also won an Emmy for the 2011 documentary The Interrupters.

Our fireside chat will be moderated by Pulitzer Prize winning Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Schmich. Alex and Mary will have a forty-five minute wide ranging discussion followed by about fifteen minutes to answer your questions.

Register today; only 50 seats available.

This program brought to you in conjunction with the RAILS Programming Consortium.

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