Thursday June 21st, 2018, 5-9pm

Hosted by CAD Resident Organization Free Write Arts & LiteracyStomping Grounds is a free monthly open stage event for young creatives to develop performance, curation, and exhibition skills while connecting to the Chicago creative community. Hosted by Free Write Arts & Literacy in collaboration with Kuumba Lynx and Elephant Rebellion. Sign up to perform is on a first come first serve basis – so come on time!
This month feature performer – Ethos
Ethan Ethos: a poet, organizer, prison abolitionist, and peace circle keeper dedicated to sustainability and radical justice for all peoples of the earth. Ethos focus’ on prison abolition work through a restorative/re-distributive justice lens, and sustainability as a way to build a society that supports both the earth and the people in it. Ethos uses his poetry to speak the ethos of the people in hope it begins to shift our world towards a more peaceful place.
Sound Could:
Workshop leaders – the #LetUsBreathe Collective
The #LetUsBreathe Collective is an alliance of artists and activists organizing through a creative lens to imagine a world without prisons and police. The Collective operates the Breathing Room space, a Black-led liberation headquarters for arts, organizing, and healing on Chicago’s South Side.

The Next Stomping Grounds event will be Thursday June 21st, 2018, from 5-9pm. For questions about this event please contact Elgin Bokari at





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