#337 Maudlyne Ihejirika, Chicago Sun Times Urban Affairs Reporter and Columnist
Maudlyne Ihejirika is an award winning, Chicago Sun-Times Urban Affairs Reporter/Columnist, with 30 years experience in Journalism, Public Relations and Government. She pens the Sun-Times “Chicago Chronicles” column on “people and places that make Chicago tick,” and is author of “Escape From Nigeria: A Memoir of Faith, Love and War,” a riveting tale of her family’s survival of the brutal Nigerian-Biafran War.
In 25 years with the Sun-Times, she has served as assistant city editor and covered beats from crime and the inner city to housing and education, politics and philanthropy. She is president of both the Chicago Journalists Association and the National Association of Black Journalists Chicago Chapter.
Maudlyne will talk about her experience as a reporter and columnist in Chicago over the past 30 years.
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ASL This event will not have an American Sign Language interpreter.
Food Food and drinks will be provided. We encourage attendees to bring their own water bottles to reduce waste.
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