Chicago teens pay tribute to Maggie Daley
November 30, 2011 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Six days after the death of Maggie Daley, she was on the minds of some very talented teenagers.
More than 100 Chicago teens who have taken part in the After School Matters program got to perform at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The former first lady of Chicago founded the program.
"We lost a champion of this entire program. She fought harder than anyone to keep arts going in the city," said Tanji Harper, After School Matters instructor.
All of the performers trained during this fall's session of the After School Matters program.
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