Lawndale News Chicago's Bilingual Newspaper - Local NewsThis week we highlight Kimberly Wasserman Nieto, a community activist and member of the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization, who was a recipient of the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize for her work in pushing for the closure of the Fisk and Crawford Coal Power Plants last fall. We congratulate Wasserman for her tireless work in mobilizing the people of Little Village and Pilsen to create positive change and believe no one is more deserving of this award than she. Hope her story inspires you to make a difference in your community. We also share with you some tips on how to live a healthier lifestyle inspired by the Diabetes Expo that took place over the weekend. For more stories, visit our website www.lawndalenews.com.

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