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    Idea: High school doesn’t have to suck

    A Conversation with Tegan and Sara.

    Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019 12:00 - 1:00 PM @ Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art
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    Tegan & Sara Talk About Their Journey to Adulthood
    Tegan Quin
    Grammy-nominated artist; Author, High School
    Sara Quin
    Grammy-nominated artist; Author, High School
    Jessica Hopper
    Music Critic, Author & former Editorial Director, MTV News

    Sara and Tegan Quin, identical twins from Calgary, Alberta, are celebrated musicians and global LGBTQ icons. This conversation will focus on their new memoir, High School, a raw account of the drugs, alcohol, love, music, and friendship they explored in their formative years.

    Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019 12:00 - 1:00 PM
    Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art
    220 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611
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    Here are a list of things you can do before and after the event to join the conversation.

    • Volunteer your time at the YMCA Metro Chicago to empower our youth through programs that focus on social responsibility, healthy living, and development.
    • Give some of your time to the Center on Halsted, a non-profit space creating a better future for Chicago's LGBTQIA+ community by providing support and resources.
    • Donate to the Broadway Youth Center, which provides health and counseling services to at-risk Chicago Youth.
    • Support the work of Young Chicago Authors, which gives young Chicagoans tools to tell their stories and connect with other teens through creative activities.
    • Read Tegan and Sara's memoir High School, which tells their origin story and how they discovered their passion for music together.

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