Join Moms United and friends for the 8th Annual Mother’s Day vigil outside Cook County Jail. We will honor (with/as) mamas inside and out. We will CELEBRATE survival, and uplift freedom fights.
We will safely distance and strongly encourage double-masking if you can.
We strongly encouraged mamas who’ve been inside, advocates/organizers leading freedom campaigns for loved ones to speak. Reach out to MomsUnitedChicago@gmail.com if that’s you! Please also reach out with any ideas or concerns!
If you represent an organization that would like to co-sponsor this event, GREAT! Reach out!
All ages are welcome!
There are no stairs, but the grass median can be harder to navigate when wet, so please reach out if you would like to confirm some support and solidarity around mobility.
Neurological diversity is expected and welcome. That should go without saying, but we need to keep saying it!
Moms United is committed to the abolition of prisons and police, and if that’s not where you’re at, but support survivors and want to learn more, know that you are very welcome!
We will share an online donation page for phone funds and toiletries for survivors inside. We will also share drop-off locations for local donations, as well as action steps to #FreeThem#FreeThemAll
The “Unite The Left 2021” March/Rally is an event focused on bringing left wing groups together to amplify the issues they want to bring awareness to, such as police brutality, white supremacy, and etc. This is the first official rally being held by the P.R.USA, a small group of far-left gen-z teenagers which have chapters in Chicago, and the DMW tri-state area. More details about the event can be reached on our website’s events tab:
Regardless of the outcome of the trial of killer cop Derek Chauvin, we will gather in Daley Plaza when the verdict is announced to uplift the demands and the outrage of the people. Justice for George Floyd! Justice for Adam Toledo! End Police Murders! Pass the People’s Ordinance Now!
“ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. With the police violence that has been occurring across the county, and specifically the murder of Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo most recently, it is time for us to again push for major reforms to the CPD. Last year there were incredible demonstrations across the country and we cannot let the momentum fade. Join us in making our collective voice heard across the city and nation that we will not stand idly by while vulnerable communities are terrorized and brutalized by racist and militarized police.
It’s only when we work together to build a movement that we can create change. We need your voice, your power, and your energy. PLEASE SHARE THE EVENT WHEREVER YOU CAN! If you would like to speak, or if you are part of an organization that would like to help plan the protest, please DM or email Sanjee Choudhuri (email@example.com).
Join us this Thursday at 5:30 pm as we come together across communities to stand against violence.
Featuring Alderman Osterman of the 48th Ward, the pastoral team of NSBC, Rabbi Craig Marantz of Emanuel Congregation, with musical offerings by LaRob Payton of WFMT and Hearing in Color and Wanda Pabellón of North Shore Baptist Church.
For more information, please e-mail Pastor Juan at
Adam Toledo. Anthony Alvarez. Travon Chadwell. Rekia Boyd. RonnieMan… Too many.
Too many members of our communities have been murdered by the Chicago Police Department. We gather this Sunday to remember them, to heal ourselves, and to envision together the kind of Chicago that will prevent these tragedies from continuing through demands we must make of our city.
Join us tomorrow (4/18) at 2PM at Douglass Park on the corner of 15th Street and Albany Ave.