Crossroads Fund is celebrating its 30th anniversary with Reading Change, a reading and events series exploring movements for racial, social and economic justice. As part of the Reading Change series, Crossroads Fund, the Kino Project and Chicago Women in Philanthropy present Literary Migrations, a night of poetry and performance exploring and responding to immigration and immigrant rights.
Poet Jennifer Tamayo, author of Red Missed Aches, will be reading from her work which uses poetry and artwork to unpack her identity as an immigrant and a woman. Jennifer will be joined by local poets and grassroots activists for this evening of moving and thought-provoking performance exploring immigration and identity.
Crossroads Fund supports community organizations working on issues of racial, social and economic justice in the Chicago area. A public foundation, Crossroads Fund pools the resources of individuals, foundations and businesses, building a broad base of support for grassroots organizations for social change.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information about Crossroads Fund and Reading Change see www.crossroadsfund.org/readingchange