Since its days as a planned community, Pullman has been many things to different people. It’s been a place for work and opportunity in the railroad industry, a place to call home, and a touchpoint for the American labor movement. Together we’ll go through the area to talk about how it has changed in the recent past, along with looking at its great public art and the creation of Chicago’s first National Park site.
Join us for virtual neighborhood tours, featuring host and urbanologist Max Grinnell, as we explore the people, places and communities that make Chicago's neighborhoods so special!
How to Attend:
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This event is part of the One Book, One Chicago 2021 season, exploring the theme "Neighborhoods: Our City's Bedrock" and the book Bedrock Faith by Eric Charles May. For more information visit www.onebookonechicago.org