Wed, Feb 19|
Institute for Nonviolence Chicago
Black History Scavenger Hunt
Join us on a scavenger hunt as we uncover the legacies of black leaders & their commitment to nonviolence!
Time & Location
Feb 19, 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Institute for Nonviolence Chicago, 819 N Leamington Ave, Chicago, IL 60651, USA
About the Event
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, "We are not makers of history. We are made by history."
The legacies of those who came before us should serve as guidance towards building a more loving, just, and equal future for ALL. So let us look to the past while we honor the black leaders whose achievements paved the way for all those who followed. Living as teachers, poets, historians, activists, daughters, sons, and more, these leaders proved that with courage, you can change the world.
In honor of their contributions to the Beloved Community, Nonviolence Chicago invites you to our Black History Month celebration—A Black History Scavenger Hunt! Get your free tickets HERE!
Join us on a hunt through history where we will decipher riddles in teams to discover the identities of 5 historical figures as we honor their impact & dedication to nonviolence.
Do you know your history? Come take part in this scavenger hunt where you can test your knowledge, learn something new, and best of all, have fun with your community
Refreshments will be provided.
Are you a student? Participate for community service hours!
**The scavenger hunt will be conducted indoors**
Get your tickets HERE!