This Is What Chicago Sounds Like
Jeanine Valrie Logan is a birth worker, certified midwife and the founder of Chicago South Side Birth Center. This is what her Chicago sounds like.
Chi sounds like Tempestt Hazel, who co-founded Sixty Inches From Center to redefine who and what is conserved as art history.
Christopher LeMark uses coffee and hip-hop to destigmatize mental health and provide therapy to his community.
Chicago sounds like Hyde-park based artist, curator, and educator Zakkiyya O’Neal, who works to preserve the legacy of the Black Arts Movement on the South Side.
Chicago sounds like James Kao, who collaborated with fellow artists to found an inclusive exhibition space to give artists a platform.
Atonio Díaz Oliva is a writer and bilingual professor from Chile, and the author of new novel ‘Campus.’ This is what his Chicago sounds like.
Chi Sounds Like Marcela Gallo, who is a band manager, shop owner, and cultural promoter who embraces the cultural diversity of Chicago.
Chicago Sounds like Samer Owaida, who is working to become a liberatory abolitionist psychologist…
Luis Tubens is a poet and Pilsen Mural Historian. This is what his Chicago sounds like.
Paige Taul is an experimental filmmaker that makes work that is for and about Black people and identity.