Jul 6th 2021

Among Jessica Hopper’s many accomplishments over the course of her revered career is the first-ever – yes, you read that right – FIRST EVER – collection of criticism written by a living female rock critic. This groundbreaking work, first published in 2015 and now reissued with new material, is a rallying-cry for intersectional, woman-centered rock. Join Hopper and NPR Music critic and correspondent Ann Powers at CHF for a conversation about the fierce and radical women who make, play, and write about music.

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  • This program will be livestreamed on YouTube on July 6th at 7pm central time with a live Q+A.
  • All CHF’s virtual events have closed captions. Please reach out to us at access@chicagohumanities.org with any questions or to request additional accommodations.
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This program is presented in partnership with Women & Children First, Chicago’s first feminist bookstore, celebrating and amplifying underrepresented voices since 1979.

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