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ONLINE: Nonfiction Read Aloud Book Group

We are starting a new book – Unapologetic by Charlene Carruthers. This is a great time to join the discussion!

Nonfiction Read Aloud Book Group now meets every other Monday online at 6:30pm.

Email poboxcollective@gmail.com for the Zoom link.

We use a combination of reading at home (optional) and reading aloud to each other. You are not required to read aloud to participate in the discussion.

Rogers Park Food Not Bombs Food Distribution

Since the coronavirus crisis hit Rogers Park, Food Not Bombs (FNB) has been at the center of our community’s mutual aid.  We quickly developed strategies to stay safe and maintain optimal sanitary procedures while continuing to rescue fresh healthy food and distribute it to people in need. FNB is now bagging and delivering over 200 bags of groceries per week to RP households.

Rogers Park FNB is a DIY solidarity organization, one autonomous branch of an international organization with chapters all over the world. FNB saves food from the waste stream while highlighting the inequities of our society.

Rogers Park FNB rescues unsold groceries from Whole Foods and local restaurant supply sources. If you are in need of food or would like to volunteer, do not come to the PO Box space.

Email: rogersparkfnb@gmail.com

Neighborhood Memorial for Victims of Police Violence

We are here every Sunday 11am-1pm honoring those who have been killed by police. Please join Cheap Art for Freedom (CAfF) and PO Box Collective in the maintenance of our public memorial under the El tracks at Glenwood and Farwell, to wheat paste a name to the wall, help keep the memorial swept, add flowers, pick up a free poster, or just show your solidarity.

[we’ll be wearing masks & ask that you do too]

#defundthepolice

Rogers Park Food Not Bombs Food Distribution

Since the coronavirus crisis hit Rogers Park, Food Not Bombs (FNB) has been at the center of our community’s mutual aid.  We quickly developed strategies to stay safe and maintain optimal sanitary procedures while continuing to rescue fresh healthy food and distribute it to people in need. FNB is now bagging and delivering over 200 bags of groceries per week to RP households.

Rogers Park FNB is a DIY solidarity organization, one autonomous branch of an international organization with chapters all over the world. FNB saves food from the waste stream while highlighting the inequities of our society.

Rogers Park FNB rescues unsold groceries from Whole Foods and local restaurant supply sources. If you are in need of food or would like to volunteer, do not come to the PO Box space.

Email: rogersparkfnb@gmail.com

Neighborhood Memorial for Victims of Police Violence

We are here every Sunday 11am-1pm honoring those who have been killed by police. Please join Cheap Art for Freedom (CAfF) and PO Box Collective in the maintenance of our public memorial under the El tracks at Glenwood and Farwell, to wheat paste a name to the wall, help keep the memorial swept, add flowers, pick up a free poster, or just show your solidarity.

[we’ll be wearing masks & ask that you do too]

#defundthepolice

Rogers Park Food Not Bombs Food Distribution

Since the coronavirus crisis hit Rogers Park, Food Not Bombs (FNB) has been at the center of our community’s mutual aid.  We quickly developed strategies to stay safe and maintain optimal sanitary procedures while continuing to rescue fresh healthy food and distribute it to people in need. FNB is now bagging and delivering over 200 bags of groceries per week to RP households.

Rogers Park FNB is a DIY solidarity organization, one autonomous branch of an international organization with chapters all over the world. FNB saves food from the waste stream while highlighting the inequities of our society.

Rogers Park FNB rescues unsold groceries from Whole Foods and local restaurant supply sources. If you are in need of food or would like to volunteer, do not come to the PO Box space.

Email: rogersparkfnb@gmail.com

ONLINE: Nonfiction Read Aloud Book Group

We are starting a new book – Unapologetic by Charlene Carruthers. This is a great time to join the discussion!

Nonfiction Read Aloud Book Group now meets every other Monday online at 6:30pm.

Email poboxcollective@gmail.com for the Zoom link.

We use a combination of reading at home (optional) and reading aloud to each other. You are not required to read aloud to participate in the discussion.

Rogers Park Food Not Bombs Food Distribution

Since the coronavirus crisis hit Rogers Park, Food Not Bombs (FNB) has been at the center of our community’s mutual aid.  We quickly developed strategies to stay safe and maintain optimal sanitary procedures while continuing to rescue fresh healthy food and distribute it to people in need. FNB is now bagging and delivering over 200 bags of groceries per week to RP households.

Rogers Park FNB is a DIY solidarity organization, one autonomous branch of an international organization with chapters all over the world. FNB saves food from the waste stream while highlighting the inequities of our society.

Rogers Park FNB rescues unsold groceries from Whole Foods and local restaurant supply sources. If you are in need of food or would like to volunteer, do not come to the PO Box space.

Email: rogersparkfnb@gmail.com

Neighborhood Memorial for Victims of Police Violence

We are here every Sunday 11am-1pm honoring those who have been killed by police. Please join Cheap Art for Freedom (CAfF) and PO Box Collective in the maintenance of our public memorial under the El tracks at Glenwood and Farwell, to wheat paste a name to the wall, help keep the memorial swept, add flowers, pick up a free poster, or just show your solidarity.

[we’ll be wearing masks & ask that you do too]

#defundthepolice

Rogers Park Food Not Bombs Food Distribution

Since the coronavirus crisis hit Rogers Park, Food Not Bombs (FNB) has been at the center of our community’s mutual aid.  We quickly developed strategies to stay safe and maintain optimal sanitary procedures while continuing to rescue fresh healthy food and distribute it to people in need. FNB is now bagging and delivering over 200 bags of groceries per week to RP households.

Rogers Park FNB is a DIY solidarity organization, one autonomous branch of an international organization with chapters all over the world. FNB saves food from the waste stream while highlighting the inequities of our society.

Rogers Park FNB rescues unsold groceries from Whole Foods and local restaurant supply sources. If you are in need of food or would like to volunteer, do not come to the PO Box space.

Email: rogersparkfnb@gmail.com