Featured Video from Past TLC Events:
Preservation: Reclaiming and Maintaining My Identity as an
Souzan Naser is an Arab-American who was born in Palestine and
raised in the United States. Modeling after her parents who were
activists in the Arab-American community Souzan examines what it
means to both Arab and American. She shares the complexity and
negotiation process of weaving in and out of her two identities
and how she strikes a balance between staying true to her Arab
ethnicity while also integrating mainstream American values.
Beavers, Bogs, and Badlands: The Site and Situation of the
Moraine Valley Area
The wetland area infested with leeches and mosquitoes
surrounding Moraine Valley once made explorers shudder. Formed
by glaciers, this swampy and infertile land was not welcoming to
Indians or European explorer. But, Jason king will share stories
and lessons about why this area, now called Palos, was vital to
the settlement of Chicago.
Preserving My Memory in a Digital
Voice in a Quiet World
Giving Life New Hope: Life Beyond Tragic Times
Longevity: the Ageless Quest
From History to Mystory: My Journey to the 2009 Presidential
Naming My Ghosts and Taming My Myths: A Narrative of
Adoption, Discovery, and Reunion
There and Back Again: My Journey from Teacher to Nursing Student
Walking the Walk: My Enduring Sustainability Journey
Behind and Through the Lens: My Life as a
Guide to the Universe: Finding a Sense of Place within My
Tamarra Coleman-Hill, "Why Integration Still Matters: Forced Bussing and Its
Impact on My Life"
Dr. Thomas Dow,
"The Heart of My Writing: Younger Sons, Bastards, and Devils"
"Why Joni Can't (Won't) Do Math or Science—And What You Can Do
"Communicating by Cutting Up
Fabric and Sewing It Back Together”
Dr. Troy Swanson,
“What Bigfoot Can Teach Us About Belief"
"Perseverance and Hope: The Words of My Life"