Month: February 2016

CCNM February 24, 2016

Posted by Mark S. Allen on February 23, 2016 at 6:01pm in Chicago: Windy City & Mid-West News Back to Chicago: Windy City & Mid-West News Discussions Rep. Dunkin to File Legislation to Rescue Chicago State University ILLINOIS STATE REPRESENTATIVE KENNETH “KEN” DUNKIN·TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2016 Proposal would bail out public universities and community colleges […]

CCNM February 23, 2016

By SAM RAPPAPORT Staff Writer at the Hyde Park Herald Submitted by Brian Vickers, CCNM Photojournalist A group of protesters shut down an event with Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez at the University of Chicago’s (U. of C.) Institute of Politics (IOP), 5707 S. Woodlawn Ave., Wednesday, Feb. 17. Alvarez visited the IOP on […]

CCNM February 23, 2016

Posted By AP On February 1, 2016 @ 11:16 am In Daily Digest,National |Excerpts from MintPress News – Submitted by Brian Vickers, CCNM Photojournalist Chicago Police break up demonstrators at the end of their march through the streets of Chicago to protest the NATO Summit taking place in the city on May 20, 2012. […]

CCNM February 22, 2016

By Wanda Carter, MSM, BA, APS Obstacles are challenges, problems, difficulties that people face in their daily travels throughout life. Each issue can be addressed independently by a person, or as a collective bargaining unit with one or more people. An individual’s approach to a situation becomes his or her innovative design for the resolution […]

CCNM February 20, 2016

Largely secretive company serves 850,000 students 10:36 AM – February 5, 2015: Excerpts from  A lawsuit filed last week in a Maryland federal court is going after a giant, private for-profit higher education company. Laureate Education is the largest internationally focused education company, serving around 850,000 students. But it has largely kept a low profile, […]

CCNM February 15, 2016

Excerpts from Sentencing Reform The NAACP seeks to eliminate harsh and unfair sentencing practices that are responsible for mass incarceration and racial disparities in the prison system. The US currently has the largest prison population in the world – 1 in 100 citizens is behind bars.When incarceration is used as the primary response to […]

CCNM February 15, 2016

          Excerpts from This is Wanda Carter’s Personality Makeup Encourage, lift and strengthen one another. For the positive energy spread to one will be felt by us all. People who share the ESFJ personality type are, for lack of a better word, popular – which makes sense, given that it […]

CCNM February 15, 2016

Anthony Overton: A Black Manufacturer, Banker, Lawyer and Publisher Excerpts from Black History Her0es Blog™ On March 21, 1865, Anthony Overton was born into slavery in Monroe, Louisiana. It was not until December 18, 1865 that slavery legally ended in the United States. Overton became a pioneering manufacturer, banker, lawyer and businessman. Much of his business […]

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