Chicago Prize Finalist ‘Go Green on Racine: An Englewood Rising Project’

FEEDING FOOD DESERTS
A girl carries a goat at the Inner-city Muslim Action Network's (IMAN) farmers market in Chicago. Their initiatives include fresh-produce stands at mass-transit stations, urban gardens, and partnerships with rideshare companies to ferry residents to grocery stores and farmers markets. (8/16/19) Amr Alfiky / ASSOCIATED PRESS
FEEDING FOOD DESERTS
A girl carries a goat at the Inner-city Muslim Action Network's (IMAN) farmers market in Chicago. Their initiatives include fresh-produce stands at mass-transit stations, urban gardens, and partnerships with rideshare companies to ferry residents to grocery stores and farmers markets. (8/16/19) Amr Alfiky / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Chicago Prize Finalist ‘Go Green on Racine: An Englewood Rising Project’

The Pritzker Traubert Foundation is offering a $10 million grant to a single community-driven initiative aimed at bettering the lives of residents on the South or West Side of Chicago.

Reset sits down with one of the Chicago Prize finalists, “Go Green on Racine: An Englewood Rising Project,” to hear about their proposal.

GUESTS: Asiaha Butler, executive director at Resident Association of Greater Englewood (R.A.G.E.)

Rami Nashashibi, Executive Director, Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN)