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CHICAGO, IL – The Illinois Department of Human Rights will hold its annual program to commemorate Black History Month at 12:00pm on Wednesday, February 11, at the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago. This hour-long event will involve a brief stage reading of the play “From Slavery to the White House”, written and directed by Chicago playwright Crystal “Phoenix” Tyler.  A brief discussion will follow the dramatic reading.

Who: The Illinois Department of Human Rights

What: Celebration of Black History Month

When: 12:oopm – 1:00pm on Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Where: James R. Thompson Center, 2nd Floor, Room 2-025

Contact: Mike Theodore, Michael.Theodore@illinois.gov

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