As we close out this first month of 2020, we look back on our past work while setting ambitious sights for the future. Be on the lookout for new micro-docs, events, podcasts, articles, and feature-length projects this year. Shoutout to everyone in our community and beyond!
The Chicago Drill and Activism (AKA "Chi DNA") feature is in the beginning stages of post. The documentary is a nuanced look at the interrelationship between drill/underground rap and activism in Chicago as Tweak'G, independent rapper and activist, traverses many spaces while honing her sound and place in a misunderstood city. We still are in need of finishing funds to help tell this complete story. Please considering supporting the project here. More at Chi-DNA.com.
Bourbon ‘n BrownTown T-shirts are here! Snag you some BnB swag offered at $25 OR $20 with Patreon patronage ($2 tier or higher). You can purchase atSoapBoxPO.com/Storeor if you ‘bout that cash money, holler at BrownTown and exchange in person (no extra fees/shipping).
Family, our 501(c)3 non-profit status allows for tax-deductible donations! If you are able, please consider helping SoapBox and our broader community work towards the world we believe in and art that reflects that vision. After all, we all we got.
SoapBox Productions and Organizing is a film and social activism 501(c)3 that specializes in multimedia curation of creative projects centered around education, entertainment, and structural social change. We coalesce cinematic excellence with grassroots organizing efforts by developing, documenting, and promoting racial, economic, and social justice initiatives with community collaborators. Through art and action, SoapBox utilizes media to power and sustain social movements for a more equitable and creative world.