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The Rev. Al Sharpton will preach on the issue of gun violence TODAY SUNDAY JUNE 30th at 10:30am at The Greater St. John Bible Church, located at 1256 N. Waller, where the Senior Pastor is the Rev. Ira Acree. Sharpton will be welcomed and joined by a number of local members and allies in... Read more »
This is a sad day for me as I was one of the senior strategists and community spokesperson for Jesse Jackson, Jr’s first campaign for Congress and one of those who helped coin the theme “young enough to serve long enough” for him to stay in Congress long enough to make history as the... Read more »
Fundraiser for funeral expenses for Hadiya Pendleton, the 15 year old Chicago honor student who was killed one week after attending and performing at The White House Inauguration
Anthony and Cleo Pendleton, the parents of Hadiya Pendleton, the 15 year old Chicago honor student who was killed one week after attending and performing at The White House Inauguration were alumni of Western Illinois University and tonight (Thursday, January 31st) at 6:00 PM until 10:00 pm some local WIU Alumni and friends are... Read more »
Bronzeville Economic Empowerment Discussion Sunday October 14th at Bronzeville Visitor Information Center
Bronzeville Economic Empowerment Discussion Sunday October 14th at Bronzeville Visitor Information Center Sunday October 14th 2012. Bronzeville Visitor Information Center 3501 South Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Drive, 2nd Floor Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Day (email@example.com) Open House Chicago is an event that the Bronzeville Visitor Information Center has participated in for the last... Read more »
“As Chairman of the National Black Wall Street Chicago Organization and on behalf of Rev. Michael Carter, National President of the National Black Wall Street USA organization, we offer our collective congratulations to the 40th Year Anniversary of Reggio’s Pizza, a legendary and historic Black owned and operated business from Chicago, led by Mr. John... Read more »