Second Annual Non-violent Direct Action Workshop for Students and Youth, Saturday, July 12th.

On my summer vacation I changed tomorrow!

Please join Occupy Roger’s Park, now the Chicago Light Brigade for the second annual non-violent direct action workshop for students and youth Saturday July 12th. It’s free and travel assistance is available for those who might have difficulty attending. Lunch will be provided.
Weather permitting the workshop will be held outside. Location details to be announced, so stay tuned, but slated to be in a public park in or near Roger’s Park. A crowd-sourced campaign to fund the training passed its goal, so they will have lots of materials to work with as well as the above mentioned option of travel assistance.

If you know any youth that might be interested, please pass the message along! Also feel free to forward it to anyone you think would know interested youth.

Check out a video of pictures from last year’s awesome event:
Please RSVP if they would like to attend, and contact David Orlikoff, or Kelly Hayes (

Or the Chicago Light Brigade (

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Revolution and Beer Episode 7 – Peoples Theatre Part 1

Find out what happens when Jesus and Caeser meet face-to-face. ALSO, find out what kinds of good things happen when some of Chicago’s most enlightened theater groups apply their creativity to their desire to inform and support communities in need. We’re joined by Joseph Fedorko of Democracy Burlesque, as well as Mallory Green and Whitney Jones of Stone Soup Theatre Project. This was filmed at Lost Eras in Rogers Park, Chicago.

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