The lowercase collective is a collectively run urban homestead located on the western edge of Logan Square. For the past three and a half years, it has hosted many organizational meetings, benefits, and activist events. lowercase has had a constant commitment to providing traveling folk and non-traveling folk alike a place to sleep and food to eat. It has a zero-tolerance antidiscrimination policy, and does its best to maintain a safe space – antiracist, antisexist, pro-queer, pro-trans, (etc.) . lowercase is home to a plethora of projects, and has a commitment to reducing environmental impact and promoting self-sustainability.
Unfortunately, even lowercase cannot avoid the base contradictions of the capitalist system.  This collective house will face eviction in the coming weeks, and its members need all the support they can get to keep it running. Get in touch with us!


One Comment on “About”

  1. Carles Says:

    Hello, lowercase collective!

    I found you today and now I am VERY EXCITED! My name is Carly, some call me Carles, you can choose which you prefer.

    Currently (other than representing myself) I also represent a number of markets/ organizations in Chicago. Mindful Metropolis, Working Bikes Co-op and Green Festival Chicago.

    I would VERY MUCH like to drop in and say hello and chat it up with whoever is willing.

    I’d also like to know what sort of materials you post to your calendar– just lowercase or outside activities of interest included?

    Feel free to gimme a jingle 708-362-0476


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