Gone But Not Forgotten

Engaging in radical empathy, Gone Bur Not Forgotten is a collaborative project which memorializes 144 individuals who have been killed by the Chicago Police Department to while in custody. Project creator Rachel Wallis teamed up with the grassroots group We Charge Genocide to organize a series of quilting peace circles.

Please join us for a series of events: 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 17TH

OPENING NIGHT

Location Murray-Green Library

6:00PM
Reception
6:30PM
Opening Comments
The Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation
Artists Rachel Wallis and Salome Chasnoff
7:00PM
Conversation between Dorothy Holmes, Henrine Edwards, Martinez Sutton, and Gloria Pinex, whose family members were killed by the Chicago Police Department

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25TH

Location: Murray-Green Library

5:30pm-8:30pm
Quilting Peace Circle featuring project creator Rachel Wallis, Mansfield Institute Assistant Director Nancy Michaels, and Peacekeeper and Program Director at Precious Blood Ministry Pam Purdie

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27TH

SYMPOSIUM 

Location Congress Lounge 2nd Floor Auditorium Building

Roosevelt University

10:00AM - 10:30AM
Welcome & Opening Comments
The Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation
Artists Rachel Wallis and Salome Chasnoff
10:30AM - 12:00PM
Know Your Rights Workshop with First Defense Legal Aid 
Zine Making Workshop
1:00PM - 2:30PM 
Journalism Panel 
Featuring Roosevelt Professor of Journalism Anne-Marie Cusac
and Martin Macias from City Bureau and Independent Journalist Sarah Macaraeg
3:00pm- 4:30pm
Art & Activism Panel featuring: 
The Chicago Justice Torture Memorials, A Long Walk Home, BLM Chicago, Let Us Breathe, For The People Artist Collective, and The Prison and Neighborhood Arts Project 
TRANSITION TO ART EXHIBIT IN THE MURRAY-GREEN LIBRARY, 10th FLOOR
5:00PM
Closing Ceremony: 
Saying the names of those Gone But Not Forgotten

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