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Chicago Latino Film Festival Announces Poster Contest Winner

Chicago Latino Film Festival Announces Poster Contest Winner

The International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago (ILCC), producer of the Chicago Latino Film Festival (CLFF), is proud to announce the winner of the 35th Chicago Latino Film Festival Poster… Read more »

Chicago Public Library, CHA Open Library Projects

Chicago Public Library, CHA Open Library Projects

The Chicago Public Library (CPL) and Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) joined local officials and community members to open the Independence Branch Library in Irving Park and the Little Italy Branch… Read more »

City Colleges of Chicago Faculty and Professionals Announce Strike Date

City Colleges of Chicago Faculty and Professionals Announce Strike Date

Nearly 2,000 faculty and professionals at the City Colleges of Chicago will be on strike starting February 4th unless a contract agreement can be reached. “All Chicago students deserve access… Read more »

Aprende a Crear Hermosos Paisajes

Aprende a Crear Hermosos Paisajes

Escapa de la depresión invernal durante la Conferencia de Jardín Naturalmente Bello en Triton College, donde paisajistas y jardineros se verán inspirados para cambiar espacios exteriores en un oasis de… Read more »

La Biblioteca Pública de Chicago y CHA Abren Proyectos

La Biblioteca Pública de Chicago y CHA Abren Proyectos

La Biblioteca Pública de Chicago (CPL) y la Autoridad de la Vivienda de Chicago (CHA) unieron a funcionarios locales y miembros de la comunidad para abrir Independence Branch Library en… Read more »

Facultativos y Profesionales de Los Colegios de la Ciudad de Chicago Anuncian Fecha de Huelga

Facultativos y Profesionales de Los Colegios de la Ciudad de Chicago Anuncian Fecha de Huelga

Cerca de 200 facultativos y profesionales de los Colegios de la Ciudad de Chicago estarán en huelga a partir del 4 de febrero, a menos que se alcance un acuerdo… Read more »

Eat What Your Grow

Eat What Your Grow

City of Chicago officials joined United States Senator Dick Durbin, Chicago Public Schools and Mars Food to announce a $500,000 donation to the Children First Fund: The Chicago Public Schools… Read more »

Latina Entrepreneur Making a Difference in the Community Through Education

Latina Entrepreneur Making a Difference in the Community Through Education

Anabelle Martinez, a Chicago entrepreneur and educator, is making a difference with Maestri Tutoring, a tutoring center providing academic programs for students from working-class households. Located in the vibrant Lower… Read more »

ISAC to Host Workshop

ISAC to Host Workshop

Parents and students in the Cicero area: Join the Illinois Student Assistance Commission Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 for their free workshop “Finding and Applying for Scholarships”(in Spanish) from 4:30 –… Read more »

CHA College Scholars ‘Take Flight’

CHA College Scholars ‘Take Flight’

By: Ashmar Mandou Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) college scholars participated in “Take Flight: Staying the Course” where scholars had the opportunity to meet with 19 big-name firms last week. The… Read more »