Georgetown University Professor Marcia Chatelain talked about her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Franchise, which examines the role that fast food franchises have played in African American entrepreneurship and economic empowerment since the late 1960s. This event was part of the Printers Row Lit Fest held in Chicago. close
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Jen Allen Volunteer Printers Row Lit Fest
Marcia Chatelain Associate Professor (Former) Georgetown University->History Department
Elizabeth Taylor Literary Editor Chicago Tribune
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