The Simple Good and True Chicago bring together Chicago's influential Black Creators in a conversation on the evolution of Black expression in media. Through this dialogue, we will beautifully archive the essence of the black experience which has influenced all facets of American culture today.
From each creative's unique perspective we’ll explore the vastness of Black Culture inspired by videos from mainstream media and how it influences American culture as a whole.
Refreshments will be provided.
Moderated by: David Johnson, Founder & Executive Director of True Chicago
Farissa Knox, Chicago-based Author, Producer and Entrepreneur
Martin Woods, Education Advocate + Administrator
Nosa Eguae, Founder of The PROLIFIC Institute
Eric Williams, Founder and Creative Director of The Silverroom and Co-Founder of Bronzeville Winery
DJ Cam Be will perform a live set to open and close our discussion. Join us for an impactful and lively Black History Month discussion! Please reserve your spot as soon as possible--limited space is available.