Pork & Pie To Bridge the Digital Divide

June 5, 2014 at 4:59 pm


We Are All Machines co-founder, Pipé Scuttleworth, is moving on and moving up in the professional world these days, leaving behind the banal and soul-crushing corporate world for more meaningful community work. Along with partner Mazie Soto, the two have established a new non-profit learning center in Chicago called the Technocratic Learning and Collaboration (“TLC”) Center. TLC’s mission is to help middle school aged students from underserved communities improve their academic performance through positive motivation, collaboration, and holistic learning by utilizing technology as a way to bridge the digital divide. They are hosting a fundraiser in just a couple of weeks and could use your support.

Join the Technocratic Learning and Collaboration Center for a night of fundraising fun at Bang Bang Pie on June 21, 2014. Bang Bang will provide the space and pie, Vas Foremost Liquors will provide wine, We Are All Machines will provide the music, and you all will provide the fun and good conversation. All proceeds will go to TLC’s programming, development, and technology costs.

Purchase tickets for the event, HERE. For more information about TLC visit their website at www.tlcchi.org