Soul Box Project Timeline

  • 2019

  • February 15, 2019

    Oregon State Capitol Procession

    Salem, OR - A procession brought 36,000 Soul Boxes through the Rotunda and deposited them inside a structure in the State Capitol lobby. These boxes (in bags) represented the number of people killed in the U.S. in 2018 by gunfire.

  • January 13-February 12

    Cerimon House

    Portland, OR - The Gallery of Souls exhibit displayed 3,000 Soul Boxes at the community center, which was open to the public to fold boxes in order to reach 36,000 boxes goal for the State Capitol procession.

  • 2018

  • August 18, 2018

    Multnomah Days

    Portland, OR - The Soul Box Project had a presence and participated in a march.

  • June 2-3

    Wear Orange

    Portland, OR - Moms Deman Action, Portland Chapter - SoulBox folding activities and information distribution.

  • 2017

  • October 1, 2017

    Inception of Soul Box Project

    Portland, OR - The Soul Box Project was started by Portland artist Leslie Lee in October 2017 after the mass shooting in Las Vegas. The Soul Box Project is a visual that represents the number of victims killed and injured by gunfire in the U.S. during a specific timeframe.

  • January 13-February 12

    Cerimon House

    Portland, OR - The Gallery of Souls exhibit displayed 3,000 Soul Boxes at the community center, which was open to the public to fold boxes in order to reach 36,000 boxes goal for the State Capitol procession.