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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 http://communitygrandroundsmay2017.eventbrite.com

Heartland Alliance's Social Impact Center 2017 Poverty Report

On April 18, 2017 the Collaborative hosted a webinar aimed at expanding understanding of the far-reaching impact of ACEs. Take a moment to read this important social impact center report.

"I am for Peace" Student-Led March to Spread Peace

On Thursday, June 5, at 9:30 a.m. "I Am for Peace" founder Razia Hutchins, a junior at Perspectives Charter Schools, and students from all three Perspective campuses will march for peace on the South Side.

As the number of killings increase on a daily basis, Perspectives Charter School students are taking a stand against violence and spreading a message of peace by staging a march that will include supporters from the community and businesses who want to disrupt the violence and save lives.

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