The 3ARTS  A Call to Love Campaign is Live!!! 

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I am so excited to bring all this new music to the world! - Gira 

Thanks to everyone who donated! 

  * UPDATE- So I have great news! I have reached my $3,000 goal for my 3Artscrowdfunding campaign thanks to all my friends and family! However, there is more work to be done- it cost about 3,900 dollars to make vinyl records therefore any future monies donated  will go to the vinal writing portion of the project! Thank you for your support fam! I am sooo looking forward to make this happen! -Love Gira!

Supporters who donated $50 or more to A Call to Love 

Athea Teamer * Adam Zanolini * Scott McNiece * Madja Jaishankar * Zahra Alabanza 

Kelly Mosely Paul * Lauren Barnes * Koffi Ofosu-Yeboah * Robert and Sylvia Glass *

Norman Teague *Edward Onaci * Rasheda Den'e Kilpatrick * Emelda Lawson

Charles Hasen-Kilpatrick  * Mia Henry * Aaron Reed * Angel Elmore * Sandra Kilpatrick *

Tsadakeeyah Emmanuel * Viva Yeboah* Nyamekye Laird * Braxton Holmes *

Michael Strode * Cauleen Smith * Eileen Hare * Shamilia McBean * Lamar Garnes




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First Monday Jazz: Featuring Gira Dahnee

Currency Exchage Cafe, 305 East Garfield Boulevard, Chicago

Join us at the Currency Exchange Café for a special First Monday Jazz event featuring Gira Dahnee.

Gira Dahnee believes that music is a passageway to the metaphysical realm. The conceptual interests of Gira’s work is Afrofuturism: using the past and present to create better futures for people of African descent. Harnessing the concept of feminine goddess power, she discusses sexism, abuse, and uses music as a tool to face and heal from these issues. She also focuses on community development by using music as a force to bring people together regardless of their musical experience.

-- This event is FREE.

This event is wheelchair accessible. Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation in order to participate in these events should contact Arts + Public Life for assistance at 773.702.9724 or artsandpubliclife@uchicago.edu.