Kevin Coval Visits On Sunday, April 2nd For “A People’s History of Chicago”

By March 24, 2017April 12th, 2017Events

You don’t want to miss this special event on Sunday, April 2nd when renowned poet Kevin Coval visits Bodhi as part of the release of “A People’s History of Chicago,” his new book of poems celebrating Chicago’s 180th birthday this year. He’ll take the stage during our Sunday Celebration service, then stop by our Community Space afterward for a reading and discussion.

Sunday, April 2nd
10a Service & 12p Reading & Discussion
1356 W Augusta Blvd (Community Space)


Chicago is one of the most widely celebrated, routinely demonized, and thoroughly contested cities in the world. Kevin Coval’s “A People’s History of Chicago” celebrates the history of this great American city from the perspective of those on the margins, whose stories often go untold. These seventy-seven poems (for the city’s seventy-seven neighborhoods) honor the everyday lives and enduring resistance of the city’s workers, poor people, and people of color, whose cultural and political revolutions continue to shape the social landscape.


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