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Joseph Chopin, A Chicago Film Producer: What We Can Learn From Harold Washington

Joseph Chopin, A Chicago Film Producer: What We Can Learn From Harold Washington

Last month was African American History month and I was really wanting to find the perfect person to feature. Someone who had a powerful message to share about African American History. I really didn’t have to look too far. When I met Joseph at a local coffee shop I immediately could tell he was a writer. He shared about his writing process with me, how he stays discipline when editing film and which movies inspired him towards this career choice. Most importantly he shared the story of Harold Washington with me. Harold Washington’s story is amazing. He wasn’t a perfect man by all means but he was dedicated to fighting for the “Greatest Good”, which is the title for Joseph’s movie he is producing. I happened to catch the entire conversation on video so you can learn more and celebrate a Chicago historical figure.

Thanks so much for watching and supporting TheFullColorLife. You can find out more about Joseph on these social platforms. Please consider giving to his cause!

Facebook Group: The Greatest Good Movie Group
Instagram: @thegreatestgoodmovie

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Hi, I’m Hannah Lynn

Here's a few things about me. I have 8 years of radio broadcasting experience. I left my job as a radio broadcasting host and engineer to start my own media company, Abundantly More Media, and finish my degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. My hobbies include fashion, fashion, fashion, and crocheting.

Most importantly, I believe that God gives us life in abundance (John 10:10). I like to say that life with Jesus feels like I once was blind, but now I see in full color.

So, if you love fashion, desire to know more about your Creator, and want to learn about mental health, you are in the right place.

- Hannah Lynn

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