OUT at CHM | Undocumented and Queer
Tuesday, April 24
Now in its fifteenth year, the Museum’s popular and provocative series explores the storied history of Chicago’s LGBTQ communities.
Join us as we showcase the struggles and activism of undocumented queer people in this age of uncertainty. Delve into the history of the fight for immigrant rights in Chicago’s LGBTQ community. Take a closer look at the gripping stories, legal avenues, and layered past of undocumented queer persons as Tania A. Unzueta, policy director at Mijente, moderates a lively panel discussion with:
- Antonio Gutiérrez, Community Activism Law Alliance
- Michael Jarecki, LGBTQ immigration attorney
- Egle Malinauskaite, DACA recipient
5:30 p.m. Reception with refreshments and appetizers
6:30 p.m. Program begins
- Introduction by Nancy Villafranca, CHM Elizabeth F. Cheney Director of Education
- Two audio recordings from the Immigrant Youth Justice League (IYJL)
- Panel discussion, Q&A to follow
8:00 p.m. Program concludes
Major support for Out at CHM comes from the Exelon Corporation with additional support from Robert Kohl and Clark Pellett and the Richard L. Ohlhausen Education Fund.
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