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READI Program for at Risk Youth in North Lawndale

READI Program for at Risk Youth in North Lawndale

Jose Wilson is the Director of Workforce Programs and Clinical Systems in the North Lawndale Employment Network, within the Rapid Employment and Development Initiative (READI) program. This is a program for at-risk emerging adults on the South Side of Chicago. Currently, the program serves four neighborhoods: Englewood, Austin, West Garfield Park, and North Lawndale.  The […]

Weeding Out the Online Trolls

Weeding Out the Online Trolls

Cornell University has recently conducted research with an A.I. they built to detect the early warning signs of disregarded civility and politeness. These signs are then flagged in an effort to showcase their toxicity. This is so others are less prone to follow the example set by those inclined to use slurs and expletives as […]

President Donald Trump Is Toxic to His Own Administration

President Donald Trump Is Toxic to His Own Administration

Toxic is probably the best word to explain the day-to-day life working with President Donald Trump in the White House. He bickers. He raves. He torments. He fires, or at least, has someone else fire people on his behalf. President Trump once shouted so viciously at Chief of Staff John Kelly that Kelly told staff […]

Racism and Planned Parenthood

Racism and Planned Parenthood

What do Planned Parenthood (PP) and racism have in common? Well the answer to that question, once we move past the emotional response to abortion, depends on how the facts are perceived. It is not the intention of this article to tell people what to think, but rather to weigh the presented evidence, and to […]

Tracy Baim and the Windy City Times

Tracy Baim and the Windy City Times

    In September 1985, Tracy Baim and three colleagues founded the Windy City Times, a weekly LGBT print newspaper, to reach communities in the Chicago area. The paper is also online and uses social media to reach a national audience. In the mid ’80s, conversation surrounding the LGBT community was closeted and a sensitive […]

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