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Five Mayoral Hopefuls Commit to Ambitious Progressive Agenda at ForumFive Mayoral Hopefuls Commit to Ambitious Progressive Agenda at Forum

Immigration, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, Education, News, Affordable Housing—“We want the next mayor of Chicago to know we’ve had enough of the devastation in our communities,” said Ashley Galvan Ramos of the Logan Square Neighborhood Association, who helped… Continue

Chicago Neighborhoods Front And Center At Forum For Mayoral CandidatesChicago Neighborhoods Front And Center At Forum For Mayoral Candidates

Immigration, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, Education, News, Affordable Housing—“We are here to send a message to the candidates that our communities..."

Mayoral forum recap: all the answers, none ...Mayoral forum recap: all the answers, none ...

Immigration, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, Education, Lathrop, Affordable Housing—At back-to-back forums last week 11 candidates fielded questions and even provided some answers.

Activistas presentan plan para frenar el desplazamiento urbano en el vecindario de Hermosa, en Chicago

606 Bloomingdale Trail, Affordable Housing—"Organizaciones comunitarias han diseñado un plan para evitar que en un futuro cercano cientos de latinos sean víctimas del..."

JLC and the LSNA Testimonial VideoJLC and the LSNA Testimonial Video

Youth, Education—JLC and the LSNA Testimonial Video

Teamwork Englewood’s Grant Will Take Some Safe Passage Workers From The Streets To Inside The ClassroomTeamwork Englewood’s Grant Will Take Some Safe Passage Workers From The Streets To Inside The Classroom

Youth, Safety, Parent Engagement, News, Affordable Housing, Education—Teamwork Englewood won a $50,000 grant from the Illinois Parent Mentoring Program, administered by the Logan Square Neighborhood Association , according to Rosalind Moore, director of programs for… Continue

Lawsuit targets Berrios over biased residential assessments in Cook CountyLawsuit targets Berrios over biased residential assessments in Cook County

Lathrop, Affordable Housing, News, Newsletters—Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios appears before the county board to answer questions raised by a Tribune investigation of property tax rates on July 18, 2017. (Antonio Perez / Chicago Tribune)