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300 | Al Gore: An Inconvenient Sequel
300 | Al Gore: An Inconvenient Sequel
Sunday, October 29 | 12 — 1PM
Harris Theater for Music and Dance
205 E Randolph St | Chicago, IL | 60601
  • Members: $45
  • Public: $60
  • Students and Teachers: $35

Vice President Al Gore comes to CHF to deliver a call to action and to expose, with alarming clarity and conclusiveness, that global climate change is a fact left unchecked, and its consequences for the world we live in will be disastrous. In An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, the follow-up documentary and book to his groundbreaking An Inconvenient Truth, Gore explores the reality of how humankind is aiding in the destruction of our planet. He also tells a story of change in the making and offers real, actionable steps that each of us can take to help reverse the damage. Marilynn Thoma Artistic Director Alison Cuddy joins the Vice President for a program essential for anyone concerned with the future of our world.

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Al Gore is the cofounder and chairman of Generation Investment Management. He is a senior partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and a member of Apple Inc.’s board of directors. Gore has served as a representative, senator, and the 45th Vice President of the United States. He is the author of the best sellers Earth in the Balance, An Inconvenient Truth, The Assault on Reason, Our Choice, and, most recently, The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change. Gore is the co-recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize, for “informing the world of the dangers posed by climate change.” Gore spends the majority of his time as the chairman of The Climate Reality Project, a nonprofit devoted to solving the climate crisis.

Alison Cuddy is the Chicago Humanities Festival's Marilynn Thoma Artistic Director. Prior to the Festival, she spent more than 10 years at WBEZ, the NPR affiliate in Chicago. There she helped launch Odyssey, a nationally syndicated talk show of arts and ideas, hosted the newsmagazine Eight Forty-Eight and reported on arts and culture. She holds a MA in English from the University of Pittsburgh, and a BA in Cinema Studies from Concordia University.

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