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Facing Freedom: American History Gallery at the Chicago History Museum
Dates: 7/4/2011 – 1/1/2020
Chicago History Museum Chicago
1601 N. Clark St
Facing Freedom is a new permanent exhibition at the Chicago History Museum that explores the concept of freedom throughout American history. What does freedom mean? To whom should freedom be extended? How are denied rights gained? These are some of the questions the new American history exhibition explores.