our duty to fight, opening 4/27

our duty to fight is a call to join the rebellion being waged. Organized by Black Lives Matter Chicago and allied movement organizations and projects, this exhibition both holds space for survivors and families bereft of justice and healing under anti-Black state violence and offers a living testament to the specific and shared struggles that have been at the core of radical, visionary world-making in Chicago organizing. More»

Candela with Bomba con Buya, 5/1

Join us for a performance and screening of Candela by Bomba con Buya. Following is a discussion with the head of Bomba con Buya, Arif Smith, and Las Candelas co-producer, Brenda Torres-Figueroa, moderated by Aislinn Borsini, chapter coordinator for Black Lives Matter Chicago. More»

Rise by Darling Shear, 5/25

Portraying the story of Eisha Love, Rise shares the tragic and often too real persecution of how transgender individuals are treated by hetero-normative society and the court system. Rise is a quartet that captures the events that lead to the unfortunate incarceration of Eisha through dance. The piece ends on a high note with Eisha receiving support and understanding, and her seeing herself in a new light and uplifted by a community she did not know she had. More»