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    How Liz Phair Uses Her Truth to Answer Life's Big Questions

    Liz Phair talks about how she has used music and her new memoir, Horror Stories, to speak her truth and connect more deeply with other people in her life.

    Liz Phair
    Singer-Songwriter; Author, Horror Stories
    Jessica Grose
    Parenting Editor, New York Times

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    • Donate to the People's Music School, which makes a valuable music education available to Chicago youth from every socioeconomic background.
    • Read Liz Phair's new memoir, Horror Stories, to understand her journey to rock and feminist icon.
    • Get involved with 826CHI to help Chicago youth develop their creative writing skills
    • Donate to Girls Rock Chicago, an organization that builds socially just communities with girls, transgender youth, and gender non-conforming youth by developing leadership, self-esteem, and creative expression through music.
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    Idea: Do we have all the answers?

    A Talk that explores some of life’s big questions.

    Taraji Henson
    Actor, Writer & Producer
    Brian Grazer
    Award-Winning Film & TV Producer; New York Times Best-selling Author
    Saeed Jones
    Former Host, Buzzfeed "AM to DM"; Poet & Author
    Liz Phair
    Singer-Songwriter; Author, Horror Stories
    Jamil Smith
    Senior Writer, Rolling Stone

    Pondering the unknown is an innate part of the human condition, from wondering what you’ll be when you grow up to analyzing large-scale questions that have initiated humanity’s greatest progress. At this Talk, each speaker will share their stories and how they approach life’s greatest unknowns, one question at a time. 

    *Please note: The content of this Talk may explore adult themes and language that are not appropriate for children*