CCNM January 15, 2013

Target: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Sponsored by: Consumers Union Reverse mortgages are home loans that enable homeowners who are 62 or older to obtain cash by borrowing against the equity in their home. What most people don’t realize is that these loans can rapidly deplete the home’s equity. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) could […]

CCNM January 15, 2013

Englewood/West & Englewood SAPP Coalition Meetinj 7th Police District 63rd & Loomis Host: P.O. Goree-Pruitt Tuesday, January, 29, 2013 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM   M.A. Hudson I Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Beloved Community Family Services, Inc. 6430 S. Harvard, 2nd FL. Chicago, IL 60621 (773) 488-9063 Phone (773) 488-9069 Fax

CCNM January 15, 2013

Jessie W. (Ma) Houston Prison Outpost, Inc. Our first stop in our Annual Black history Tour will be Stateville, on February 1, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. where we will remember our late Educational Director, Founder of DuSable History Museum, The Community Art Center and Art Instructor at Stateville Correctional Center, Dr, Margaret Burroughs, friend and […]

CCNM January 15, 2013

Save The Date: Our next gathering and the launch of the 2013 Positively Powerful Woman Awards Nominations is January 28th @ The IDEA Shop at Illinois Institute of Technology. Look Out World! The Chicago Positively Powerful Woman Awards are taking flight! Donna Smith Bellinger is the leader of the Chicago initiative to empower and transform […]

CCNM January 4, 2013

Maureen McIntyre, of Cary, was first appointed to a judgeship in McHenry County in 1996   By BJ Lutz | Friday, Jan 4, 2013 | Updated 6:30 PM CST    Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/blogs/ward-room/judge-named-rj-vanecko-case-185621261.html#ixzz2H3oPr12H   Maureen McIntyre’s appointment comes after previous judge with ties to Richard Daley steps down. Carol Marin reports.   McHenry County Judge Maureen […]

CCNM December 19, 2012

www.chicagotribune.com/news/education/ct-met-school-closings-1217-20121219,0,4037886.story By Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah and John Chase, Chicago Tribune reporters 8:19 AM CST, December 19, 2012 Reprint from Chicago Tribune   An internal Chicago Public Schools document obtained by the Tribune shows for the first time that the Emanuel administration has weighed how many elementary and high schools to close in which neighborhoods and […]

CCNM December 18, 2012

WSCAC Presenting “The Village Gallery of African American Arts & Culture” promoting “Art, Culture, Green and Wellness.” Our mission is to identify African American artists to showcase their talents and to inspire inner-city undeserved youth. To provide artistic workshops as a demonstration to encourage youth to pursue “Art as an Entrepreneur.” To incorporate “Green Living […]

CCNM November 28, 2012

Submitted by Madeline Sanders Although the resurgence of the American Economy has been proceeding at an anemic pace, the reason being that allegedly a number of business owners are uncertain as to the direction the country will go, dependent upon whether President Obama or former Governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney wins the presidential race. Having […]

CCNM November 28, 2012

Reprint by Mary Mitchell November 19, 2012 7:48PM When Rhiana Gunn-Wright walked into the Chicago History Museum as a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship, she was a bundle of nerves.  Despite her stellar educational background (she graduated magna cum laude from Yale, and was at the top of her class at the Illinois Math […]

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