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FBRK Impact House to help serve the South and Westside of Chicago?

FBRK Impact House, pronounced (fab*rik) is a philanthropy hub tailored and designed to serve and support the philanthropic community by providing a place where granting organizations can work together, share ideas and resources, and operate with greater efficiency. It was the vision of former Chicago Bears defensive lineman Israel Idonije.

FBRK Impact House opened […]

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What the Illinois Clean Energy Jobs Act is about

By Zaki Amir

Imagine Chicago, burning coal as its only source of electricity and then you realize that it is not the most efficient technology nor the healthiest. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration as of 2019, about 4,118 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity were generated at electricity generation facilities in the […]

 

 

Covid-19 Rising again in Chicago and Illinois

Illinois Covid rate at 5.7% Chicago 14.9%, while Zip Code 60623 is at 22.3%

Chicago and the virus has started to spike again. Even though Covid-19 has restricted and minimized the freedoms of many Americans there are many who do not take the spread of the virus seriously and don’t abide by the restrictions.Governor […]

Student Athlete Alexis Haywood

By Todd Thomas

Alexis Haywood, a sophomore point guard for the Truman Community College women’s basketball team and a graduate of North Lawndale College Prep High School recently sat down with the North Lawndale Community Newspaper to discuss her basketball career and academic goals as she works toward her associates degree, and pursues her […]

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The March on Washington

By: Ms. Chevette M. ConleyWriter/ Photojournalist

On August 28 thousands mobilized in Washington D.C. on the grounds of The Historic Lincoln Memorial for a much anticipated historic march. It marked the 57th Anniversary of the march on Washington that took place in 1963 headed by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King JR. 

Where he gave […]

Congressman Davis Racial Gap in Economic Mobility

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When asked about the racial gap in economic mobility in Chicago, Congressman Davis responded, “there isn’t just a gap there is a chasm” indicating that it is deep and more than what is seen on the surface. “You hardly ever see any black people at construction sites. Sometimes I will see […]