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Respond Now Answers The Call By Assisting The Homeless And Hungry

On one of the coldest nights this past January, Respond Now worked to identify people who needed shelter and refuge from the cold.

PRECKWINKLE, HEALTH EXPERTS ADDRESS THE HEALTH AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF THE PENNY-PER-OUNCE TAX

The Sweetened Beverage Tax goes beyond sugar and sweetened drinks like soda pop. But the new tax applies to bottled and canned beverages, diet soda, ready-to drink sweetened coffees and teas and sports and energy drinks.

Wilson and Church Leaders Plan Fundraiser to Help Hurricane Victims

“This is what we do as Christians, citizens and clergymen to help the least of these,” Patterson said. “We must not forget that whatever God does, he does it for our good. Sometimes he does it to

Black Enterprise Publishes Exclusive Registry of African Americans on Corporate Boards

Black Enterprise’s report spotlights prominent African American directors including Ariel Investments L.L.C. Chairman and CEO John Rogers, who serves on the boards of McDonald’s and Exelon and James Bell, retired EVP, Corporate President, and CFO of Boeing, who serves on ...

CONGRESSMAN DANNY K. DAVIS, LEADERS FOCUS ON COMBATING SUBSTANCE ABUSE

Davis said substance abuse is one of the biggest problems facing America today because there are so many people addicted to mind altering drugs.

Third World Press Foundation Celebrates 50 Years of Continuous Publishing

The celebration begins Saturday, September 30, with an intergenerational conversation between Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Ta-Nehisi; his father, former Black Panther Paul Coates, founder of Black Classics Press; and Madhubuti.

PULLMAN PORTER MUSEUM PART OF THE NATIONWIDE MUSEUM DAY LIVE EVENT!

The museum is hoping to find and document 20,000 living descendants of the men and women who worked on the railroad between 1869 and 1969 during the golden era of railroad travel.

Mexican Patriotic Club Kicks-off Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration with parade

Vargas, President of the organization said, “The parade was well attended and had lots of volunteers.” She also said, “She liked to thank State Senator Donne Trotter (IL 17th Senatorial District), State Representative Marcus C. Evans Jr. (IL 33rd Representative ...

Matthew House Celebrates 25 Years of Service

The 25th Anniversary Gala Celebration entitled “Still We Rise” will honor twenty members of Chicago’s business, civic, faith and philanthropic community.

R.A.G.E. Brings Hope, Peace to Englewood

“As a neighborhood association that lives in the neighborhood, we understand how difficult it can be for families to secure the necessary resources for their kids to be prepared for school,” Butler said. “

It’s Not Just Personal, It’s Business

According to Pew research, eight out of 10 Americans have smartphones and many of them bring their phones to work and just about everywhere else.

Designing With Light

Frank Lloyd Wright Trust Curator David Bagnall, said the “Designing With Light” symposium is part of the Trust’s ongoing signature series “Thinking Into the Future,” which has been presented for the past six years.

VILLAGE OF FORD HEIGHTS HOST DOUBLE DUTCH TOURNAMENT

Since 2013, the Village of Ford Heights has hosted a Double Dutch Tournament geared towards ending generational illnesses, restoring generational bonding and promoting positive community activities.

Profiling: Darrell Walker

How One Former Chicago Bulls Champ is Combining Art and Athletics to Help Students Succeed

Rep. Rita Welcomes Catholic Charities to Blue Island

Officials with Catholic Charities, led by President and CEO Monsignor Michael Boland, joined with local residents and officials to dedicate the new facility and pledge to fulfill the organization’s longtime mission of serving the less fortunate.

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