CHICAGO (CBS) — In his first speech and first visit to Chicago since leaving the White House, former President Barack Obama will talk to students at the University of Chicago on Monday.
Obama’s office said he will hold “a conversation on community organizing and civic engagement” at the university where he was a constitutional law professor. Students from around the Chicago area have been invited to attend, and tickets for the speech are by invitation only.
Six young people will share the stage with him for the televised event.
Read more about ex-President Obama’s upcoming visit at CBS Chicago!