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Girls Like Me Project, Inc. will soon host its annual Day of the Girl Celebration for 30 young girls in Chicago. The organization’s founder, La’Keish Gray-Sewell, recently created an online petition to ask Mayor of Chicago Lori Lightfoot to recognize Oct. 11 as Day of the Girl in Chicago. Photo Credit: Girls Like Me Project, Inc.

Girls Like Me Project, Inc. will soon host its annual Day of the Girl Celebration for 30 young girls in Chicago. The organization’s founder, La’Keish Gray-Sewell, recently created an online petition to ask Mayor of Chicago Lori Lightfoot to recognize Oct. 11 as Day of the Girl in Chicago. Photo Credit: Girls Like Me Project, Inc.

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LOCAL NONPROFIT PETITIONS CITY TO RECOGNIZE CHICAGO DAY OF THE GIRL

Girls Like Me Project, Inc. is a local nonprofit organization that focuses on providing young girls in Chicago, specifically from the south side, with mentoring opportunities. The organization is preparing to host its annual Day of the Girl celebration on Oct. 11 and the organization’s founder, La’Keisha Gray-Sewell, recently created an online petition requesting that Mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot, declare October 11th as Chicago Day of the Girl.