Chicago Beyond To Invest $10 Million In Black And Brown Communities

Local philanthropy promises to invest $10 million to help encourage what they call holistic healing in Chicago’s Black and brown communities.

Chicago Beyond Commits to Investing $10 Million in Black and Brown Communities
Pastor Donovan Price leads the community organization "Solutions and Resources", which received a $1 million multi-year investment from the philanthropic group Chicago Beyond. photo courtesy: Roger Morales
Chicago Beyond Commits to Investing $10 Million in Black and Brown Communities
Pastor Donovan Price leads the community organization "Solutions and Resources", which received a $1 million multi-year investment from the philanthropic group Chicago Beyond. photo courtesy: Roger Morales

Chicago Beyond To Invest $10 Million In Black And Brown Communities

Local philanthropy promises to invest $10 million to help encourage what they call holistic healing in Chicago’s Black and brown communities.

Liz Dozier resigned as Principal of Fenger High School in 2015, but she’s still helping kids in Chicago’s Black and brown communities, heading up Chicago Beyond. The organization just committed to investing $10 million to encourage holistic healing in minority neighborhoods.

Reset finds out about the philanthropic work of Chicago Beyond.

GUEST: Liz Dozier, CEO and founder at Chicago Beyond