Alice's Ordinary People: A Screening and Q&A Event with Craig Dudnick

- Join us in-person on Wednesday, February 14 @ 5:00pm in the Ringering Room.


Alice Tregay and her husband James met Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1966. They marched with him, often at great personal risk, and worked closley with Reverend Jesse Jackson to fight for human rights. Tregay’s efforts included the galvanizing of thousands of supporters. The training these “ordinary people” obtained through her political education class had a significant and lasting impact, leading to the election of Harold Washington, the first African-American Mayor of Chicago and ultimately to Barack Obama’s historic election as the first African American President.

Join us on Wednesday, February 14 at 5:00pm in the Ringering Room for a discussion and screening of Alice’s Ordinary People with documentary filmmaker Craig Dudnick. Registration for this event is required--for more information, contact Kaitlyn at (708) 748-3731 ext 31.


Registration will open on January 2.