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Upcoming Events

  • Dandelions in the Concrete

    Dandelions in the Concrete


    Check back for Spring Quarter date, time, and location

    Dandelions is a quarterly event about building community, healing, and transformation for all bodies and people. Organized by the Building Communities, Ending Violence project, the event offers space for creative arts, storytelling, refreshments, and the envisioning of new ways of living and relating. It’s a space where participants lift up and celebrate our individual and collective efforts—small and large—to heal, to grow, to resist, to thrive, to bloom.

  • Parents as Disruptors

    Lifting As They Climbed


    Check Lifting As They Climbed flyer  for date, time, and location

    Mariame Kaba and Essence McDowell’s Lifting as they Climbed is a guidebook that features a number of Black women who contributed to the development of Chicago from the mid-19th century to today. It tells a story of Black women activists and artists who lived and worked on Chicago’s South Side by taking readers on a tour of relevant landmarks and locations, mapping how Chicago’s Black women activists organized to make the city work better for themselves, their loved ones and their communities.


  • Take Back the Night

    Take Back the Night


    Check out the flyer for this year's date, time, and location

    Each year, students, staff, and faculty gather to speak out against and resist sexual, gender, racial, and other forms of violence within DePaul as well as in the broader community and world. The event includes a speak out, a rally and march through campus, as well as community support circles that center people’s stories on the impact of sexual and other forms of violence on all of us.

  • Vagina Monologues

    Vagina Monologues


    February 8-11, 2018 | 7:30pm
    Cortelyou Commons (2324 N. Fremont, Chicago, 60614)

    The Vagina Monologues at DePaul offers an intersectional body of experiences that are inclusive of different identities and relationships to gender violence and abuse. As opposed to centering “woman” with “vagina,” and white mainstream feminism, DePaul VMONS fosters a more inclusive space where women of color and trans people perform, collaborate and participate in the show to talk about their own experiences with violence as well.



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