Come to the SAC Pit to rally with Women’s March DePaul, DePaul Socialists, ASAP, and others in support of reproductive justice
Supporting Organizations: Rising Tide Chicago and Rainforest Action Network
Join us for a rally calling on Chase Bank and CEO Jamie Dimon to divest from tar sands and other dirty fossil fuels, in solidarity with frontline leaders fighting the Line 3 pipeline.
While Chase shareholders from across the US are meeting at the bank’s annual general meeting, we’re here to tell them we won’t put up with business as usual. While more species are going extinct, wildfires ravage the west, cities are lost to sea level rise and more water is polluted from spilled pipelines, we call on Chase Bank and other institutions to stand on the right side of history.
***RSVP on Action Network here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/rally-to-shutdownchase-and-stopline3/***
Chase Bank is the largest Wall Street funder of dirty fossil fuels, including Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline in Northern Minnesota, which has not received consent from Indigenous communities, and threatens land, water and ways of life. Chase must discontinue funding all fossil fuel projects and keep oil in the ground.
Join Rising Tide Chicago, Rainforest Action Network, frontline leaders and other local and regional partners in resisting this pipeline and fighting for a just transition.
Action endorsed by 350 Chicago, Chi-Nations Youth Council, American Indian Center – Chicago, Honor the Earth, MN350: Building a Climate Movement in Minnesota, Northfield Against Line 3, PERRO (Pilsen Environmental Rights and Reform Organization), Southeast Side Coalition to Ban Petcoke, Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO), Chicago Area Peace Action, 350 Madison Climate Action Team, 350 Milwaukee, Sunrise Movement Chicago, Environmental Working Group – Chicago DSA, Extinction Rebellion Chicago, Food & Water Watch and more.
Sign Honor the Earth’s petition to reject the proposed Enbridge pipeline corridor: http://www.honorearth.org/enbridge_sandpiper_peition
Read the 2019 Banking on Climate Change Report: https://www.ran.org/bankingonclimatechange2019/
Please spread the word!
Photo courtesy of Power Shift Network/350MN.
Supporting Organizations: Indivisible
We will stand together to protect the reproductive rights of women. An estimated 43% of women will have at least one abortion by the time they are 45 years old. Women should have control over their bodies and no one has the prerogative to take that away. 19% of teens who have had sexual intercourse become pregnant each year and this number is higher among women of color. 78% of these pregnancies are unplanned. 6 in 10 teen pregnancies occur among 18-19 year olds. Only about 50% of teen mothers receive a high school diploma by 22 years of age, whereas approximately 90% of women who do not give birth during adolescence graduate from high school. We are protesting the effect of the abortion bans on women. All women should have the option to terminate a pregnancy for any reason they see fit. All students and faculty are welcome to attend. This is not intended to disrupt learning or class in any manner. We are just exercising our constitutional rights of assembly. Exit toward the football field during the passing period before 5th period on Tuesday(11:40-11:45) in an orderly fashion, without causing any disruptions. We will begin at 12:10 on the football field. Anyone is welcome to prepare speeches, bring snacks, make shirts, and celebrate feminism. Bring sunscreen and a smile!
Supporting Organizations: Indivisible
This Tuesday, May 21st at noon local time at statehouses, town squares, and courthouses across the nation, we will show up to speak out and fight back against this unconstitutional attempt to gut Roe and punish women. Together we say: Stop the bans.
Supporting Organizations: Stand on Every Corner Mount Prospect
Monday 5/20 at 730pm local time at statehouses, town squares, and courthouses across the nation, we will show up to speak out and fight back against this unconstitutional attempt to gut Roe and punish women. Together we say: Stop the bans. PS national protests are also happening Tuesday 5/21 at noon. Please search for an event and also join in if this time works for you. Do not park in the Submarine Express lot. Mount Prospect has several free lots nearby. Please keep signs as family friendly as possible.
Supporting Organizations: Fox Valley Activists
If you can’t make it into Chicago for the rally, join Fox Valley Activists in protest to make our voices heard! Stand up for reproductive justice. Stop the bans.
Politicians in multiple states are passing laws that ban abortion at a point before most people even know they’re pregnant.
These politicians want the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade and let these bans go into effect ending safe, legal abortion in their states once and for all.
We won’t stand by while they take away our right to control our own bodies. Join us, bring your signs, bring your voices, bring your friends and neighbors.
Join us as we rally against conservative attacks on abortion rights and uplift a vision of reproductive justice that includes free abortion on demand for anyone who chooses to end a pregnancy. We will be sharing information and hearing from speakers who will help attendees plug into various aspects of the work ahead. There will be chanting, there will be singing, and most importantly, there will be solidarity. We hope to see you there!
Supporting Organizations: Indivisible Chicago, ACLU of Illinois, Women's March - Illinois
Across the country, Roe is under attack. We are gathering in Federal Plaza to take a stand and declare that we won’t go back.
More details to follow.
ACLU of Illinois
She Votes Illinois
Women’s March – Illinois
Supporting Organizations: Moms Demand Action - IL and Precious Blood Ministry Of Reconciliation
Please join us for the Disrupting Violence March (formerly called the “Unity for Peace March”) on Saturday, May 18th, 10 am – 2 pm at 5114 S. Elizabeth St, Precious Blood Ministry. We will hear from speakers, dance, have games for kids, and approximately 12-2p we will walk 2 miles through The Back of Yards/Englewood neighborhoods to disrupt the ongoing violence and raise up our communities in PEACE.
Sponsored by Mothers for Peace, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, with participants Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense, and the Illinois Gun Violence Prevention Coalition.
Supporting Organizations: Organized Communities Against Deportations and Erase the Database
Join us on Tuesday, May 14 at the Cook County Board Room for a public hearing where community and experts on the gang database will present new information about its use and demand answers to questions the Sheriff’s department has not answered.
In February, members of the campaign to Erase the Cook County Gang Database passed an ordinance to prevent the Sheriff’s Department from using or creating any new gang database to criminalize communities. As part of the push from the campaign to hold the Sheriff accountable, the ordinance also set a mandatory public hearing into the use of gang database by the County’s sheriff department.
If you can’t make it to the hearing, you can use this link to provide written testimony ahead Tuesday: