Gone But Not Forgotten

Since 2008, 118 people have been fatally shot by the Chicago Police.

Gone But Not Forgotten is a community quilting project, documenting the names and lives of individuals killed by the Chicago Police Department. Join us in one of six quilting circles/peace circles taking place across the city in September and October 2015, as we sew together and discuss questions of transformative justice, police accountability, and community safety.

All quilting circles are wheelchair accessible.
No sewing or quilting experience required.
Free and open to the public.

This project is a collaboration between We Charge Genocide and Rachel Wallis and is supported by a grant from the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.