We are thrilled that The Homestretch will be screened as part of UChicago's Poverty and Health Labs' ongoing work focused on addressing the direct and surrounding challenges of urban homelessness. The Labs are partnering closely with cities and communities across the country to help improve outcomes for those experiencing housing insecurity.
UChicago Poverty Lab and Health Lab host a special event around a screening of The Homestretch on Thursday, February 9, 2017 at the Weinberg/Newton Gallery in Chicago.
Featured Speakers include: Harold Pollack, Co-Faculty Director, UChicago Health Lab; Molly Burke, Director, Multiple Pathways, Chicago Public Schools; Jeri Linas, Executive Director, Teen Living Programs; and Roque, Featured subject in "The Homestretch"
300 W. Superior St. #203, Chicago, IL 60654
Film Screening 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Cocktails & Program 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
RSVP required to attend
UChicago Urban Labs partners with civic and community leaders to unlock the power of science and improve lives. They are five labs working to address challenges across five key dimensions of urban life: crime, education, health, poverty, and energy & environment.