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October 15th: Take Back Chicago

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Take Back Chicago

Join thousands of community and union members to launch a powerful shared economic justice platform.

October 15th
UIC Forum
725 W Roosevelt Rd Chicago, Illinois 60607 
5pm Rally and March
6-7:30pm Meeting
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Participating organizations include:
Action Now • AFSCME Council 31 • Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation • Brighton Park Neighborhood Council • Chicago Coalition for the Homeless • Chicago Teachers Union • Enlace Chicago • Illinois Hunger Coalition • Kenwood Oakland Community Organization • ONE Northside • Pilsen Alliance • SEIU Healthcare  •Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation • Southside Together Organized for Power • Southwest Organizing Project• Stand Up! Chicago

Together we can:

Raise the minimum wage

Raise the minimum wage to ensure decent pay for all Chicago workers and make sure that wealthy corporations do not profit off of poverty wages.

Ensure that our children get the education they deserve

We need our tax dollars to fund public schools, not banks and corporations. We need to support parents, students, and educators and stop corporations from stealing Chicago's future.

Make the rich pay their fair share of taxes

We need a fair tax system that closes the corporate loopholes and stops the sweetheart tax deals for the super rich.

Pass budgets that provide the services our communities need

We need budgets that prioritize public services and youth investment that supports mental health clinics, libraries, and restorative justice.

Create affordable housing

Get city commitment to creating and preserving affordable housing in the next 5-year plan that serves the needs of residents throughout Chicago, not just homes for the wealthy.
Two busses will leave from LSNA at 4:30pm. We will march at 5 and arrive to UIC Forum at 5:30pm. For more information contact Christian Diaz

October 15th: Take Back Chicago

725 W Roosevelt Road
Chicago, IL 60607

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