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Chicago Athletic Association Hotel
12 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60603
Join thought leaders in digital communication, media storytelling, strategic policy, and personal advocates as they discuss how to create a Louder Narrative of Possibility and Optimism that breaks echo chambers and propels ordinary citizens to take action in defining who we are.
Today, America sits as a polarized country. We are divided on political issues, segregated by race, religion and ethnicities. In a heated political election season, we see even more of these divisive sentiments that can manipulate our emotions, loyalties and our identities. Leading us to ask the question: Who are we, really? What are our values? And most importantly, how can we, as a divided country, move together towards optimism resulting in an output of positive change?
This panel event is free and open to the public, with seating first come, first served.
— Alicia Haywood, Award-Winning Producer (OWN, The Style Network, The History Channel) Founder of The iSpeakMedia Foundation
— Maaria Mozzaffar, Civil Rights Attorney, Founder of The Skinless Project, Author of «More Than Pretty»
— Caleb Gardner, Founder of 18 Coffees, Previous Digital Director of OFA, Former Digital Strategist for Bain & Co.
— Sonya Jackson, Founder of Mantra for Good, former senior executive (United, BP and Sears), writer, filmmaker, producer and founding board member of Chicago Ideas.