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Gov. Pritzker Announces New Approach to Transform Juvenile Justice

Gov. Pritzker Announces New Approach to Transform Juvenile Justice

Governor JB Pritzker and Lt. Governor Juliana Stratton announced the 21st Century Illinois Transformation Model, a new plan that will transform the state’s juvenile justice system over the next four… Read more »

Coors Light Announces Latino Leaders for Coors Light Lider of the Year

Coors Light Announces Latino Leaders for Coors Light Lider of the Year

Coors Light announced the finalists for Coors Light Lider of the Year 2020. This group of 12 emerging Latino leaders, ages 21 – 39, were nominated by national and local… Read more »

Chicago Foundation for Women Launches COVID-19 Response Grants

Chicago Foundation for Women Launches COVID-19 Response Grants

Chicago Foundation for Women (CFW) announced requests for proposals for its Response, Recovery, and Resilience Fund initial grant cycle. The grants will provide funding to eligible community-based organizations serving communities… Read more »

Triton College to Host Third Annual Backpack Give Back Event

Triton College to Host Third Annual Backpack Give Back Event

College is proud to announce the third annual Backpack Give Back Event to be held on campus Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020, 10 a.m.-noon. Backpacks filled with school supplies for families will be given… Read more »

CPS Set for Full Remote Learning this Fall

CPS Set for Full Remote Learning this Fall

By: Ashmar Mandou Amid an onslaught of uncertainty over how the pandemic will affect the upcoming school year, the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) and Chicago Public Schools (CPS)… Read more »

Sinai and KT’s Kids Bring Annual Camp to Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital

Sinai and KT’s Kids Bring Annual Camp to Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital

CAMP Schwab, an annual program that offers fun athletic and cultural activities for children with disabilities from across the West and South sides of Chicago, went “up top” this summer…. Read more »

IDHS Launches New Mental Health Programs

IDHS Launches New Mental Health Programs

The Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) announced three new mental health programs designed to provide additional support for Illinois residents. These new resources will be provided by community organizations… Read more »

Jesse White Encourages Organ/Tissue Donation for Virtual National Minority Donor Awareness Month

Jesse White Encourages Organ/Tissue Donation for Virtual National Minority Donor Awareness Month

Secretary of State Jesse White is hosting a virtual National Minority Donor Awareness Month “Wave Away the Waiting” to promote organ/tissue donation for multicultural communities at www.LifeGoesOn.com. “We are working… Read more »

Tips to Get Your COVID-19 Diet Back on Track

Tips to Get Your COVID-19 Diet Back on Track

By Amy Gorin, MS, RDN, in partnership with Panda Express A balanced diet may be helpful for immunity and for fighting the new coronavirus. Although we still have much to learn about how to… Read more »

Chicago Park District Announces Launch Digital Edition of Night Out in the Parks

Chicago Park District Announces Launch Digital Edition of Night Out in the Parks

The Chicago Park District launched the 8th season of Night Out in the Parks on a virtual and social media platform earlier this week. New cultural experiences, recorded across the… Read more »