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Communication Partnerships

The Institute has strategic partnerships with WBEZ’s Chicago Amplified, a web-based audio archive, and Chicago Access Network (CAN TV) which has five local channels that reach more than 1 million viewers in Chicago.Chicago AmplifiedSelect Institute programs are available for listening or download at WBEZ.org as a part of Chicago Amplified, a web exclusive audio library of diverse public events recorded throughout the Chicago region.



Lynsey Addario: Institute Fellow & Award-Winning Photographer (May 3, 2011)

From Precious II For Colored Girls: The Black Image in the American Mind
(April 26, 2011)

2011 Woman Extraordinaire Award Honoree: Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (March 31, 2011)

Art & Civic Engagement: An Artist Panel Discussion (March 8, 2011)

 2010 Rising Voice of Woman Award  (Oct. 14, 2010)

3G Summit Public Forum: The Future of Girls, Gaming and Gender
(August 12, 2010)

OUT at CHM: Richard Nixon, Gay Liberationist? (April 15, 2010)

Celebrating African Women Writers (April 13, 2010)

Woman Behind the Name: Panel Discussion (March 24, 2010)

Lecture by Mickalene Thomas (March 18, 2010)

Corporeality and the Digital Gaze: Panel Discussion (March 1, 2010)

Out at CHM: Queer Spaces Past and Present (January 28, 2010)

Lecture with Stephen Kinzer: Iran, Turkey, and the US: Power Triangle of the 21st Century (January 26, 2010)

A+D Lecture Series with Tina Takemoto (November 18, 2009)

SYMPOSIUM: Gender, Identity &the Crossing of Cultures in Contemporary Chinese Art & Media Friday, September 25: Artist Presentations and Discussion

SYMPOSIUM: Gender, Identity &the Crossing of Cultures in Contemporary Chinese Art & Media Saturday, September 26: Panel I

SYMPOSIUM: Gender, Identity &the Crossing of Cultures in Contemporary Chinese Art & Media Saturday, September 26: Panel II

Rap Sessions Community Dialogue: Is America Really Post-Racial? (April 16, 2009)

Out at CHM: Surviving Reagan (May 7, 2009)

Out at CHM: Speaking Out Down South (March 26, 2009)

Out at CHM: Closets are for Clothes (January 29, 2008)

Art & Justice: The Art of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, book launch and discussion
(January 26, 2009)

Pray the Devil Back to Hell, film screening & discussion
(January 14, 2009)

Meet the Creators: Margaret Garner (November 2, 2008)

Art of Social Justice: How Creativity Complements Advocacy, morning symposium as part of Chicago Foundation for Women’s 23rd Annual Luncheon. (October 31, 2008)

Where Women Stand in Chicago Newsrooms (October 15, 2008)

The Beat Generation Symposium: Poetry Reading by Michael McClure (October 11, 2008)

The Beat Generation Symposium: Beat Reception and Recovery, Assessing the Critics and the Historians (October 11, 2008)

The Beat Generation Symposium: Memoir Reading by Elizabeth Von Vogt (October 11, 2008)

The Beat Generation Symposium: Poetry Reading by Joanne Kyger (October 10, 2008)

The Beat Generation Symposium: Aesthetics and Spirit of Avant-Garde Practice (October 10, 2008)

OUT at CHM - Screaming Queens and Lavender Panthers: A History of Transgender Activism (May 8, 2008)

Race, Sex and Power: Sexual Health and Pleasure (April 2008)

Race, Sex and Power: Creating Spaces (April 2008)

Race, Sex and Power: Sexual Citizenship (April 2008)

Race, Sex and Power: Opening Remarks (April 2008)

Out at CHM: Queer Exclusions-Sexuality and U.S. Citizenship

Gender, Human Rights and Media

Antjie Krog Poetry Reading

3rd Annual Women in Hip-Hop

Out at CHM: Sexual Politics-From Lavender Scare to Larry Craig

Wonda Women Project "Enough is Enough" Film Screening and Discussion

DARFUR:Imagery and Reality

Critical Encounters: Poverty & Privilege Townhall Forum

Out at CHM: AIDS, Art and Activism

Gender & Hip-Hop Community Dialogue: Does Hip-Hop Hate Women?

She Speaks Volumes Volumes: Where Do We Draw the Line? Creative Expression vs. the Perpetuation of a Rape Culture

She Speaks Volumes Poetry Slam featuring Diva Diction

Out at CHM: "Gay is the Revolution": Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Chicago

Out at CHM: Art, Sex and Censorship  from Paul Cadmus and The Patriot Act

Out at CHM: Queer Exclusions-Sexuality and U.S. Citizenship




Cablecast Programs
www.cantv.org


Art & Civic Engagement: An Artist Panel Discussion (recorded March 8, 2011)

Lecture with Frank Mugisha: LGBTQ Activism in Uganda (recorded January 31, 2011)

Woman Behind the Name: Panel Discussion
(recorded March 24, 2010)

Art & Justice: The Art of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, book launch and discussion (January 26, 2009)

Where Women Stand in Chicago Newsrooms (recorded October 15, 2008)

Throwing Away the Key: A Forum on Long-Term Sentencing (recorded August 6, 2008)