Eephus in Chicago

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Watching conscious artists throw their all into a project and it turn into a whirlwind of success and create further ripples of awareness and confidence in the world is rewarding.  Check it out, and RSVP to the Future: http://tour.wondaland.com/?redirect_url=http://www.wondaland.com/home.

And some of the shows are secret, but when they appear they bring out into the open the sound of rage, beauty, power, and pain that has characterized the last year of Black Lives Matter work. I’m up late coordinating with local organizers to prepare for Wondaland’s 1pm rally at the Bean (iconic Chicago sculpture) on Monday, August 17th.  Let’s do this.  And then go play on the amazing playground at Maggie Daley Park.  To get to live another day is worth celebrating!

And, it also feels a little bit like this bike ride:

About ST

Born on United Nations Day, I am actively involved in the process of figuring out how we can live together well on this planet, given our similar and different truth claims. I love the journey!

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