How allegations of sexual abuse exposed cracks in the foundation of Young Chicago Authors, Free Write Arts & Literacy, and the city’s spoken word community
Fans and friends help beloved DJ Teri Bristol pay her hospital bills, Impulsive Hearts celebrate a new album benefiting Girls Rock! Chicago, and more.
In its fifth year, Surviving the Mic continues to provide a place for survivors of sexual harm to tell their stories in their own words.
Not Normal Tapes gives itself a year to live, Rabble Rabble reunite to benefit Resilience, and more.
The Restaurant Culture Association seeks to help the notoriously loose hospitality industry combat sexual harassment proactively.
A hip-hop Barber of Seville comes to three city parks, the Logan Boulevard Skate Park hosts a benefit show for Between Friends, and more.
Impulsive Hearts use their summery pop-rock to raise money for Resilience, footwork crew the Era screens short films in Hyde Park, and more.
Folks who’d like to volunteer with the Our Music My Body campaign can attend a free training this weekend in the Loop.
Agencies and nonprofits offer medical and legal advocacy, counseling for survivors of all ages, as well as prevention programming.
Guitarist and soul singer Isaiah Sharkey warms Chicago up for his next album, the Humboldt Park Orchestra celebrates five years with a tribute to women in salsa, and more.