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Restorative Justice in the North Lawndale Community

Restorative Justice in the North Lawndale Community

Father Larry¬†is a leader at St. Agatha’s Church in the North Lawndale community, in Chicago, Illinois. Father Larry is passionate about the programs the church is able to offer the community. These services include the restorative justice program that is designed to enforce a mentality that the penal system needs to be reformed into a […]

Robert Renteria: Who Stands Out in the Barrio

Robert Renteria: Who Stands Out in the Barrio

On June 2, 2018, Rotary’s International President, Ian Riseley, hosted the Rotary International Peacebuilding Conference. At the conference, speakers such as John Williams, Scott Land, and many more spoke to youth from all over the U.S. at the South Shore Country Club. Chicago was the only site for the U.S.-based Peacebuilding Conference and focused on […]

Low Voter Turnout for Nevada Primaries and General Elections

Low Voter Turnout for Nevada Primaries and General Elections

The poll numbers continue to suffer for Nevada primaries and general elections. Is this a result of turnout or burnout? Traditionally Nevada voters are known to be lackluster concerning their civic duty to vote, however, some are wondering if it is just due to turnout or burnout. Low voter turnout in the United States as […]

Real Estate and Social Media Marketing

Real Estate and Social Media Marketing

Businesses are looking to hire social marketing managers who drive quality traffic, promote leads and sales, and boosts online reputations. As a business¬†owner, many do not spend much time on social media themselves. The social media manager is the voice of the company and should be included in all matters that are customer-facing. With almost […]

Peace Warriors Find Solace in Student Activism

Peace Warriors Find Solace in Student Activism

The National Education Writers Association gathered a panel of students comprised of both survivors of school shootings and activists involved in their respective communities, such as the Peace Warriors from North Lawndale High School in Chicago. Other people involved included leaders Emma Gonzales and David Hogg of the March for Our Lives movement. At the […]

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