This event is open to 16th Street’s 100 Club Members and members and guests of Third Unitarian Church.
Please join us for a discussion after the show about integration and sustaining diversity of communities with representatives from the Oak Park Regional Housing Center.
Chicago: where the speed of gentrification accelerates and property taxes rise…
Hoody and D have been in the neighborhood for years. Czar and April have saved for years to buy their first home. As Hoody struggles to cover his property tax bill and Czar struggles to join the community, both struggle to maintain separate identities and accept the changes surrounding them. Broken Fences examines culture, race and socio-economics in the modern American Village with humor, humanity and dignity.
Broken Fences is a part of 16th Street’s Pop Up Series for ALL IN 100 Club and 100 Club (choose 3 Pop Ups)