Cooked Documentary Screening & Panel Discussion

MUSE is partnering with CNT to help Evanston tackle climate resiliency & housing affordability in a project that combines both. To kick it off, we’re planning a movie screening & panel 2.27 to talk about a more resilient and affordable Evanston.

Attend this film screening and panel discussion to be part of the conversation tackling some of the city’s most pressing issues around housing affordability, energy efficiency, and climate resiliency in Evanston. After, stay for a panel discussion and learn how you can get involved in the city’s efforts.

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The film: COOKED examines the 1995 Chicago heat wave, the people most affected, and how equity and resilience are related.

The panelists:

• Rev. Deborah Scott, MDiv., MPA, Pastor, Ebenezer AME Church
• Tiffany McDowell, PhD, YWCA E/NS
• Jane Grover, Chair of Equity and Empowerment Commission