Come out this Saturday June 15th at 11am in Marquette Park|67th & Sacramento to support Project Orange Tree during the Peace Rally.
We will be recruiting!
Find someone in an orange shirt and clipboard and give them your info so you can be a part of Project Orange Tree.
Takin’ it to the Streets is an all day festival from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. including special speakers and performers discussing violence and how to build alliances within our communities, so bring yourself, friends, family and neighbors to Support!
Alcott High School Civics class 301 feels like the communities need to “Stop the Silence to Stop the Violence.” So they are hosting an Open Mic this Friday to present their project and have speakers and performers discuss/talk about the violence and how to cure it.
Come out and Support!
May 24, 2013
Alcott High School : 2957 N. Hoyne
5:15 pm- 6:45pm
To RSVP or info on performing contact Maya Tatum
email – email@example.com
phone – 312- 493-4583
April 2nd Chelsea James and Lupe Fiasco got interviewed by Niala Boodhoo on the Afternoon Shift of WBEZ 91.5 and there they discuss in great detail what Project Orange Tree is all about and the roots of this tree. Below is a soundcloud link for the interview. Listen. Learn. Share. Support.
Today at 3:00 pm on 91.5 FM WBEZ radio station a Project Orange Tree representative, Chelsea James and Lupe Fiasco will be doing a informational interview about Project Orange Tree. Tune in.
April 1st Chicago State University is opening their doors to us and the community to break fast and celebrate what we are accomplishing with this awareness campaign. During that time there will be poetry and other activities, Please Join Us at
Cordell Reed Student Union Rotunda, Chicago State University
9501 S. King Dr. Chicago, IL 60628
6:30pm – 9:00pm
Hope to see you there in orange!
Project Orange Tree was recognized by the Chicago Sun Times March 26th. Go read what Lupe Fiasco and students had to say. Just click below.
Lupe Fiasco supports ‘Project Orange Tree’ to combat violence