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826 National featured on CBS This Morning

826 National featured on CBS This Morning

February 6th—

Looking for some good news? Check out CBS This Morning's feature on 826 National and our sister chapters across the 826 network, working to empower young people through writing.

Who Wants Love? Pop Up Print Show is Coming

Who Wants Love? Pop Up Print Show is Coming

February 1st—

With just one purchase, put some love in your home and arts education in Chicago Public Schools students’ lives. All proceeds from our second-annual Who Wants Love? Pop Up Print Show at Workshop Chicago on Monday, February 13th support our tuition-free writing programs RSVP here >> 

Natalie Moore, author of “The South Side” Coming to 826CHI

Natalie Moore, author of “The South Side” Coming to 826CHI

January 27th—

Ta-Nehisi Coates calls WBEZ reporter Natalie Moore’s The South Side "essential to anyone attempting to understand race in Chicago, our most American of cities," and the Chicago Reader says it's “a vital corrective when the dominant media narrative of the south side is one of violence and despair.”

Now you can see firsthand the insights that have everyone talking! WBEZ's Natalie Moore is reading at the Wicker Park Secret Agent Supply Co. on Monday, February 27th. This event is FREE and open to the public, and you can even pick up a copy of the book at the Secret Agent Supply now. RSVP on our Facebook event page>>

Join our Associate Board

Join our Associate Board

January 25th—

826CHI's Associate Board invites you to enjoy wine, cheese, and conversation at our Open House on Wednesday, March 1. Are you looking to volunteer, network, and have fun outside your typical 9-to-5? Join us to learn more about how you can support one of Chicago's essential writing and tutoring centers.

Please RSVP to ab@826chi.org to make sure we have enough brie and pinot grig to go around, and spread the word to your friends and coworkers.
 

826CHI’s Teen Press Corps Published in McSweeney’s

826CHI’s Teen Press Corps Published in McSweeney’s

January 23rd—

Our Teen Press Corps shared another interview from last summer's Pitchfork Music Festival, this time conversing with Chicago footwork pioneer RP Boo. To learn about the empowering effect of footwork, the art of sampling, and how it feels to watch an underground movement grow, read on at McSweeney's, and stop by the Wicker Park Secret Agent Supply Co. for your very own copy of our students' collection of music writing, And the Rest is Noise.

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