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Have real concerns about what you see in your neighborhood and across the city? Want to hear what community organizers are doing and how you can be a part of social change in our area? Get active and join the conversation! The Chicago Defender is speaking to community leaders and organizers about our people, schools, politics, and businesses.
 
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Chicago Defender Reporter Lee Edwards with Tiffany Allen, a financial professional with Prudential, and Joyce Douglas, a real estate appraiser for Douglas Valuation & Review.Listen to the PodcastAudio Player00:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.It’s common for people to want to make “smart” decisions with their hard earned…
 
The Chicago Defender’s editorial staff convened a roundtable discussion of educators to address a multitude of issues and unspoken questions students and families face throughout their academic journey.Representatives from Chicago Public Schools (CPS), Chicago Teachers Union (CTU), Governors State University (GSU), Chicago Regional Council of Carpe…
 
Much has been said about the lack of diversity in tech, particularly when it comes to Blacks and women. Black Cirls Code launched in April 2011 with a mission to change that narrative through workshops and after school-programs across the country for girls. Now active in 13 cities across the United States and even in Johannesburg, South Africa, the…
 
The conversation over equitable education in Illinois rages on with a favorable outcome in sight for the state’s students, teachers, educators, and communities, according to advocates. And yet, as the state’s elected officials mull over the details of legislation that would secure an equitable funding model, the conversation as to what the needs of…
 
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