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Chicago Students Take a Stand Against Gun Violence

Chicago Students Take a Stand Against Gun Violence

American youth participated in the #NationalSchoolWalkout to express their intent to push Congress to meet their demands for safer schools and communities. Organizers in Chicago joined using #GoodKidsBadCity in addition to those used by the Women’s March Youth Empower movement. Gun violence in Chicago touches everyone. Within the first three months of 2018, 40 youngsters between the […]

Man Making a Difference Visits North Lawndale

Man Making a Difference Visits North Lawndale

Man Making A Difference, also known as MMAD is a non-profit organization located in Chicago’s North Lawndale Neighborhood on 15th in Holman. This organization is structured around Men serving as representation for their families and the community to show that not-so positive lives can be turned  into positive lives.  These Men,and also founders of the […]

Chicago Gun Violence Is Killing the City

Chicago Gun Violence Is Killing the City

In Chicago holiday weekends can be more deadly than the regular customary life cycle. According to sources, there were 44 people shot and wounded over Thanksgiving weekend in 2017. Eight out of the total wounded suffered serious injuries and died. These numbers are significantly lower in comparison to 2016 when 70 people were reported dead. However, the numbers are high […]

Chicago’s Old but New Hyde Park

Chicago’s Old but New Hyde Park

From the transparent racial divide to the Hyde Park’s first women to be sworn in as mayor in 2018. Sharidean “Flint hopes to keep the city debt-free as long as possible,” according to an interview with The Harold Journal. The mayor-elect plans to work with the City Council to continue strengthening the community’s infrastructure and develop […]

Jahmal Cole the Innovator of Chicago’s Youth

Jahmal Cole the Innovator of Chicago’s Youth

The Journey Jahmal Cole, a black male from North Chicago, Illinois, faced many challenges growing up. He discussed the fact that he was poor and even homeless at times. But through it all, he ultimately attended Wayne State College in Nebraska. In college, he gained the needed knowledge and many ways to better underserved communities […]

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