Chicago’s Heartland Alliance recently started a new Tumblr project, Questions that Matter, featuring interviews with members of the served population.
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This organization works with housing non-profits, monitors homeless youth, and attempts to mobilize resources for legal and social justice.
Have you seen people standing at events with messages about social justice issues spelled out in strings of lights? Well, [...]
Faith in Place is a Chicago based environmental justice organization that works with religious institutions, provides educational materials, engages in [...]
The Roosevelt Institute sent an email regarding a project, they call NextGen Illinois, that’s trying to get college-age students engaged [...]
A Rogers Park based initiative, looking at environmental and food based issues, providing opportunities to grow and teach children to [...]
Companies sometimes dump raw sewage into the Chicago River to avoid it flooding the city, which has significant effects locally and beyond.
The inaugural Bike2Campus Week seeks to spur students’ budding interest in bicycling to reach Chicago’s many university and college campuses.
44.3% of CPS buildings have partial air conditioning or none at all.
Campaign calls for dedicated funding source to maintain and expand the transit system in Chicago and the rest of Cook County.