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By: Pastor Dan Osborn, Park Community Church Forest Glen January 7th, 2021 After a few hours to pray and process yesterday, I have collected some thoughts. First thing: seeing pictures of the confederate flag proudly waved by some in the nation's capital has been...
Both anti-racists and anti-racialists want racial progress, but they have a drastically different understanding of what it looks like.
by Kaelan Deese, Breaking News Reporter
Thanksgiving for Second Chances with Jeff Korzenik, Chief Investment Strategist for 5th Third Bank, and author of Untapped Talent
This special in-person event will highlight Jeff Korzenik, Chief Investment Strategist, Fifth Third Bank. Gather with members of the faith, nonprofit, and business community. We want to make sure we have enough lunches for everyone, and would love if you could RSVP to confirm your attendance!
Join us Monday, November 15th, 12:00 PM!
Park Community Church
1001 N Crosby St.
Chicago, IL 60610
Once you start paying attention to who owns the businesses you shop at and where your money is going, you’ll be surprised at how your mindset starts to shift. It’s an easy, practical step to start changing the way you think while providing tangible support to Black business owners who need your help right now.
Where to start? We’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled a list of 181 Black-owned businesses across the United States in many different categories. Check out the list below.
City officials have repeatedly blamed gangs for driving up shootings. But analysis shows that the Chicago Police Department’s own data doesn’t back up its leaders’ claims.