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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Englewood Public Safety Taskforce announces a new $953,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice

The Englewood Public Safety Taskforce announced today a new $953,000 grant it received from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)The DOJ’s Community Based Crime Reduction (CBCR) initiative provides resources to convene diverse local partners, including police, sheriffs, prosecutors, researchers, municipal agencies, service providers, community developers and residents.

Englewood Youth in Technology

Members of Englewood Codes were recently featured in the Chicago Independent Bulletin newspaper.

Englewood Quality of Life Plan II Task force Meetings

Quality of Life Plan II Mission: Engage people and organizations connected to the Englewood neighborhood in a planning process to articulate a clear vision of common neighborhood development goals and implementation strategies. 

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.

"Know Your Rights"

"Know Your Rights" presenetd by Teamwork Englewood's Re-Entry Department.  June 19, 2015 10:00am-1:00pm Teamwork Englewood (inside the U.S. Bank building). Learn about expungement, sealing of criminal record, clemency & certificate Information.

Johnny Outlaw works on the right side of the law helping ex-cons stay out of prison

The former inmate, who lives on Chicago's South Side, helps those who've served time to find work and keep out of trouble.

Englewood Youth Become Tech Savvy and Get A Piece of the Pi

The summer of 2013 will be unlike any summer for some Englewood youth.

Englewood Education Leadership Initiative Workshop

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

Englewood's A.A.M.I. Youth Spend A Saturday at C.R.O.E.

A typical Saturday afternoon for Englewood youth can vary depending on whom you ask.

Tentative Agreement Reached in Teacher Strike; Heavy Lifting Over

This afternoon CTU's president Karen Lewis spoke during a press confernce stating a tenative agreement has been reached with CPS on the 5th day of the strike.

Imagine Englewood if, Teamwork Englewood, et. al., hold Town Hall on Violence 3.31.
“IMAGINE ENGLEWOOD & PARTNERS HOLD URGENT TOWN HALL ON VIOLENCE!”
On Saturday, March 21, 2012, community stakeholders  are called to create a plan of action to reduce violence in Englewood.  Imagine Englewood if, Teamwork Englewood, and community partners will jointly hold an urgent Town Hall Meeting comprised of  youth, community leaders, ministers, elected officials, and residents at Imagine Englewood if...!, 730 W. 69th St., Chicago, beginning at 11:00 a.m.  “Englewood lost 60 souls in 2011, and the number is rising in 2012,” stated Mrs. Jean Carter-Hill, IEi’s Executive Director. “The explosion in gun violence makes it imperative that we unite to eliminate this scourge upon our community,” she added.
"IRON LADIES OF LIBERIA" FILM SHOWING AT KENNEDY-KING COLLEGE

In Honor of Black Women's History, Teamwork Englewood's Education Task Force is hosting a special screening of the critically acclaimed documentary "IRON LADIES OF LIBERIA."

The Englewood Community Becomes Digital Savvy

The Smart Communities Program in Englewood has helped the community and the residents bridge the digital disconnect through technology training.

Southside's This-Far-By-Faith Reports on CMAP'S 2012 GO-TO-2040 Community Process

Southsiders Join CMAP'S 2012 Regional Planning Meetings on the Futures of Greater Englewood, Woodlawn, and Washington Park Neighborhoods

Englewood's St. Bernard Hospital and Bethel Terrace Residents Celebrate Dr. King

Englewood's St. Bernard Hospital and Bethel Terrace Residents Join Southside Chicagoans in Remembering Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's Life and Legacy. 

WBEZ speaks to Englewood African American Male Initiative Members

Natalie Moore of WBEZ radio, interviewed Michael Tidmore, Program Manager of Teamwork Englewood's African American Male Initiative and one of the AAMI peer mentors. Listen live to hear their compelling stories.

Reggie Hilliard

My name is reggie hilliard I go to hydepark.

Ronisha Stewart

I, Ronisha Stewart, am a very intelligent, dependent, funny, king-hearted, 
and determined person.

Joshua lunn

My name is Joshua lunn. I am a 15 year old student at UIC College prep. I maintain a GPA of over 3.5 and currently have a 3.91.

maritza wills

All About ME: Hi my name is Maritza Wills  I attend Hyde Park Career Academy I am a senior.

Eugene Reed

my name is Eugene Reed , I go to Harper high school.

Lamirah Gill

Hi my name Lamirah Gill I am currently attending Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep Academy. 

Charles Ross

Information about Charles Ross of ASM.

Angela Jordan

All about  Angela Jordan

Harvey Barnett

All about Harvey Barnett.

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