Living Dangerously: The Social Change Work of Jane Addams and the Hull-House Settlement

Thursday, Jun 21, 2018 6 – 7:30 pm

40 E. Erie
Nickerson Mansion
Chicago, IL 60611

Jane Addams – once called the “most dangerous woman in America” - was a feminist, international peace activist, a Nobel Prize winner, Chicago icon and among the most famous women in early 20th century America. She also lived in a same-sex relationship with her domestic partner for over 40 years. In recognition of Pride Month, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum director and chief curator, Jennifer Scott discusses Jane Addams’ important contributions to social change and the development of Hull-House.