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by Southeast Side Coalition to Ban Petcoke (SSCBP)
The Southeast Side Coalition to Ban Petcoke (SSCBP) is a multicultural group comprised of residents, community environmental and social agencies, and other Chicago area activists. who have joined forces to rid the community of industrial wastes / toxins.
by Deborah L. Kunesh
Reflections on the Dance has been teaching people the truth about Michael Jackson and changing opinions and lives in the process, for the last 6 years. We rely on your donations to keep the website online. Can you help today?
by Vera Henderson
Gennine is a native of Trinidad and Tobago. She is a single mother of a 14 year old son and an 11 year old daughter. She has dedicated much of her life to helping at risk children and their families as well as those with disabilities.
by Emma Epstein
Emma and Rachel have decided to go to Sacred Stone Camp in North Dakota to stand in solidarity and support the cause to cease the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). We are raising funds to donate DIRECTLY to help further the cause.
by LUCHA (Latin United Housing Community Association)
LUCHA was founded in 1982 by residents of Humboldt Park, West Town and Logan Square to combat displacement and preserve affordable housing in the community. Since it's founding, LUCHA has helped more than 68,000 low-to-moderate income families rent decent
by David Bender
Illinois Water Protectors are an Indigenous led front line group dedicated to protecting our waters and protecting the burial sites of our Indigenous ancestors. We train, organize, and mobilize for short and long term gains to protect water - life.
by Fred Hampton Jr.
Every Aug. 30th, Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. of the Prisoners Of Conscience Committee/Black Panther Party Cubs, in Coalition with the Dec. 4, Committee organize a commemoration for Chairman Fred Hampton, Black Panther Party, assassinated by US government.
by Tracey Jamison
By rebuilding fields and revitalizing impoverished communities in the Dominican Republic, ADOBA Works is a group of professionals dedicated to improving the lives of young people and their families through the love of baseball.
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