Since 1998, more than 1,300 have graduated from the Community Kitchens culinary program. Organizers say the job placement rate is 90%.
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The American Medical Association and area hospitals will pour millions into the West Side to improve the economy and residents’ health.
Immigration advocates Wednesday denounced the new public charge rule and argued for an injunction to block its implementation in Illinois.
Border Patrol agents are in Chicago to assist ICE in enforcing immigration laws.
The National Immigrant Justice Center argues that federal agents targeted Latino neighborhoods and construction sites for enforcement.
Immigrant rights groups denounce the use of border patrol agents in Chicago because they typically work in more violent surroundings.
Reproductive justice advocates in Illinois work to protect abortion access, fight stigma and change the narrative on abortion rights.
Police and resident interactions in Englewood have been strongly influenced by community based policing styles.