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Streets 2013: Schedules & Details!

Streets 2013 is TOMORROW. We request that you all make extra passionate prayers that tomorrow be a beautiful, peaceful and dry day, as there is some rain in the forecast. We also suggest that you bring your rain ponchos because the show will go on tomorrow, rain or shine! Festival starts at 10 AM. Get there early to catch the Peace Rally and be part of a drawing to win 3 round trip tickets on Qatar Airways! View Full Schedules: Summer Peace Rally, Streets Stage, CommUNITY Stage, Hip Hop Elements, and CommUNITY Pavilion

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Streets 2013: Artist Lineup Announced!

One month from the day, we are excited to announce a sensational and diverse lineup of artists for the 15-Year Takin’ It to the Streets on Saturday, June 15.  This lineup includes legendary hip hop acts such as Black Star–with Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) and Talib Kweli, joined by Ali Shaheed Muhammad; up-and-coming international stars such as singer-songwriter Yuna; and amazing local talent such as the fusion band Zamin.  Everyone is sure to find something that they love or will fall in love with on stage that day! Read More

View the full Artist Lineup for Takin’ It to the Streets 2013 here

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Takin’ Peace to the Streets

This Takin’ It to the Streets on Saturday, June 15 will open up with a Summer Peace Rally led by the Chicago Peace Movement (convened by the Lupe Fiasco Foundation) and the United Congress of Community and Religious Organizations (UCCRO). This Rally will feature activists, religious leaders, artists, and other organizational allies and partners from across Chicago and the country.  All those expected to be in attendance have been galvanizing and agitating around community-driven and community-centered solutions to the structural problems that lead to the violence afflicting urban centers like Chicago. The Peace Rally will feature comments and special appearances from prominent hip-hop artists and activists. Read More