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Greater Englewood Toastmaster

The Greater Englewood Toastmasters Club hosts meetings twice a month in the Seventh District Police Station, 1438 W. 63rd St., in the community room where members are given an opportunity to improve their public speaking, leadership, and listening skills.

Candy Bee's Bold Addictions

Candy Bee is the owner of Bold Addictions, an online fashion boutique that she launched after her son was shot. In order to be able to provide 24-hour care for her son while he was recovering from the tragic event, ...

Dr. Eric Whitaker of CPASS Foundation

Dr. Eirc Whitaker, a self-proclaimed South Sider by birth and by choice. Dr. Whitaker is Chairman of the CPASS Foundation which recently launched an online database that will help Illinoisans connect with STEM opportunities in their communities

New Shared Kitchen Space Will Provide Diverse Dining Options

For years, the president of the Bronzeville Culinary Kitchen, Shelby Parchman, has been involved in economic development and business planning in Chicago and through his work, he came to realize that there was a lack of opportunities for chefs and ...

Greater Chatham Initiative Hosts Greater Chatham Strong Fundraising Gala

The Greater Chatham Initiative recently hosted their inaugural fundraising gala, Greater Chatham Strong, at Stony Island Arts Bank.

Movie Maker Mondays Teach Fundamentals Of Screenwriting And Filmmaking

Eunice Smith, director of operations for Contexture Media Network recently sat down with Conversations With The Citizen to discuss their upcoming event to be held in Chatham.

Local Activist Aims To Replace Guns With Hammers To Reduce Gun Violence

A local activist, Demetrius Nash, recently founded the nonprofit organization Replace Guns WIth Hammers as a way to reduce violence in Chicago's most underserved communities. The goal of the organization is to give young men an opportunity to work on ...

Local author D. A. Rhodes

Local author D. A. Rhodes recently released her newest novel The Day Hate Stood Still. The much-anticipated sequel to her first published novel, Why?, is set in 1980’s Chicago, a time when Harold Washington was becoming the city’s first African ...

Southside Neighbors For Hope

Nearly a dozen residents from several of the communities surrounding Jackson Park recently came together to organize Southside Neighbors For Hope (SSN4H), an advocacy group in favor of the Obama Presidential Center (OPC) coming to the park. Erin Adams, co-founder ...

Annual #Goalgether Conference

Afenya Montgomery, the founder of the iCAN Collective, will hosts the 2018 #GoalGetHer Conference on Nov. 16 to 17 at The Connection, 4321 S. Cottage Grove, in Bronzeville. The annual conference celebrates diversity and inclusion in entrepreneurship and features inspirational ...

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