By Lisa Bertagnoli, chicagobusiness.com
Chance the Rapper and his father, Ken Bennett, are among seven trustees who have resigned from the board of the DuSable Museum of African American History, Crain’s has learned.
The group of seven represents one-third of the museum’s board. The other departing board members are Eric Whitaker, a physician/investor and close friend of former President Barack Obama; Wilbur Milhouse III, CEO of Milhouse Engineering & Construction in Chicago; Kimberly McCullough-Starks, CEO of Platinum Public Strategies in Chicago; and Michael Gibson. Board Chair Joyce Johnson-Miller tendered her resignation and will stay on through July 6. The other six resignations are effective immediately.
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