Suburban Solidarity Network
Suburban Solidarity Network is a mutual aid network run completely by volunteers in the Northern Suburbs of Chicago. We are a collection of neighbors who believe in sharing our resources, skills, and strengths to benefit our community.
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Can you, your organization, or a group of friends sponsor one of our pop-ups? Our volunteers buy bulk produce from Jerry’s Fruit Market (usually sp... Read more
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Recap on the July 2021 Fresh Produce Pop Up @ Gross Point Park
We believe mutual aid to be one strategy that works within a larger movement to dismantle capitalism, white supremacy, and heteropatriarchy. Our mutual aid efforts attempt to address the multiple crises that those in our community suffer from, doing what the government cannot or will not.
We intend to disrupt the suburban, colonial ideas that community ends with the nuclear family and individual home. We wish to radicalize and provide care for the Northern suburbs (land stolen from Kickapoo, Peoria, Potawatomi, Miami, and Sioux peoples) through advocacy, direct action, and community education.
More about our work can be found here.