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GSJAME's Code of Care Town Hall Meeting

Greater Saint John AME will be holding a community conversation around its Code of Care Community Policing Strategy.

So Fresh Saturday Festivals Benefits Englewood Families with Back to School Event

Resident Association of Greater Englewood (R.A.G.E.) annual festival series supports education and peace with back-to-school drive on Saturday, August 26th at Hamilton Park from 3pm-7pm. 

Englewood Girls Matter! Tea With A Queen Mentoring Conference

Greater Saint John AME Church’s Women’s Ministry Presents: 2017 Women's Ministry Inaugural Tea With A Queen Mentoring Conference Saturday July 29, 2017

                   

The American Dream or The American Nightmare? What is the reality for Chicago South Siders?

Many understand “The American Dream” as having the white picket fence. A home, two children, a dog and spouse. The successful and/or stable career, financial security, owning a piece of land and later passing it down to the children, has been the definition.

Can Millennials Become The Saviors of Chicago?

Movements such as My Block, My Hood, My City, From The Go, Good In Englewood, Hugs No Slugs, Black Youth Project 100, Assata’s Daughters and BRAVE are led by millennials who are fighting to change the narrative of Chicago. 

Englewoodian Honored with Dr. King Humanitarian Award

The inspiring "Good In Englewood" work of Englewood residents continues to be recognized by the masses. For the last 19 years the community relations committee at St. Bernard Hospital honors and recognizes individuals who provide youth mentoring.

Let Hope Rise 2015: Hamilton Park Sat. February 14th

Beginning February 14th, 2015, Collaboraction continues its mission to unite communities, spark dialouge, and incite change with the newly announced Let Hope Rise Monthly Series hosted by Anthony Moseley & Brian Keys. 

       

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Peace/OSC Plus Program

One Summer Chicago/ Children's Home & Aid/ DFSS. My One Summer Chicago Summer Story.

Remembering Ryan Harris

Hundreds of Englewood community members honored Ryan Harris on Monday Afternoon.

Summer As An OSC + Intern at the Peace Center

One Summer Chicago Plus Youth.

Children's Home + Aid

Meet 1 of Children's Home + Aid One Summer Chicago Plus mentors.

A Little About Me

Green Corps Summer Program for the Englewood Youth

MY HOPE IS TO "SUCCEED WELL IN LIFE"

My hope's to getting a great job soon  "SUCCEED WELL IN LIFE"

Englewood Residents Spreading The Good News

The upbeat tweets and posts keep coming, a stream of good news about a community more commonly associated...

Make a difference.
HELP us help those in need. 
Noticeable Acts of Neighborhood Heroism in Englewood

Black History is American History and we must honor our African American men who sometimes go unnoticed and often times remain anonymous though they make life changing impacts on residents.

Turn-up in The Name of Fashion Fair

We all are walking billboards. Say Yes! In the name of Fashion Fair Cosmetics is what this die heart Englewoodian did last month during the Fashion Fair Cosmetics party, an event  empowering women...

Apartment Rental in Resurging Englewood Community!

Country club living in a beautiful building and quiet neighborhood in West Englewood. Historical landmark building along the beautiful Ogden Park.... For more details..

Chicago's View on Gun Laws

Will Rahm respond this time to a community activist?

2.5-BR Apt for Rent 67th & Union

Large, Newly Renovated 2.5-BR Apartment 67th & Union available for rent in the heart of Englewood.

Englewood Codes!

A 10-week summer project where teens from Englewood will learn how to build their own websites from scratch. Apply today!

Englewood Education Leadership Initiative Workshop

Join Teamwork Englewood for the Englewood Education Leadership Initiative Workshop, Monday March 18, 2013.

Alderman Roderick T. Sawyer's Open Letter on Plan to Reduce Violence

Alderman Roderick T. Sawyer of the 6th Ward has released a plan to reduce the levels of street violence in the city.  Alderman Sawyer has a history of working with grassroots organizations to reduce violent crime from the all-time highs of 900 killings per year in the 1990s. 

What Does Englewood Think?

My name is Brittany and I need the help of my community. I am conducting a project at my high school that requires me to make a website about the problems in my community......

Early Voting: A Teachable Moment

Dr. Aginah M. Muhammad shares her experience in participating in Early Voting 2012 with her three children, ages 5 and 8.

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