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May 2015

14 Empowering Youth To Live Healthy Lifestyles Summit

6–8 pm - 7200 South Ingleside Avenue, Chicago, IL 60619

August 2015

4 August Fireside Chat: Disciplining Our Children!

3 pm - Urban Partnership Bank (Community Room, 2nd Fl), 7801 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60619

February 2016

6 "Dealing With the Storm: Mental Health and Resiliency WVON 1690AM

1–2 pm - WVON radio, 1690AM

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Perspectives on PEACE

Join Perspectives Charter School tomorrow, June 2nd, 9:00am, as we march for peace in the 4th Annual Perspectives Peace March!

TOWH HALL: Empowering Youth To Speak Up and Speak Out

Calling all TEEN groups and organizations supporting TEENS Come and have your VOICES HEARD and discuss issues that are important to YOU. The TOWH HALL: Empowering Youth To Speak Up and Speak Out! May 18, 2017, 5:30-7:30pm, Gary Comer Youth Center, 7200 S. Ingleside. The health of the community involves all of us! Come let your voice be heard and lead the conversation. Light Dinner will be served. To help us plan better,  RSVP by registering at

Chance The Rapper Gives $1 Million To Chicago Public Schools

CHATHAM — Grammy Award winner Chance The Rapper announced Monday he will donate $1 million to the Chicago Public Schools for arts education — a move that drew praise from former first lady Michelle Obama — but he said talks over the weekend with Gov. Bruce Rauner failed to find a way to end the financial crisis engulfing Chicago's schools.

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