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05/09/2022

Photos from Pilsen Alliance's post

**Español abajo**Next Saturday FREE Health Fair at Rudy Lozano Library 10am to 2pmList of health services*Covid-19 vacci...
05/07/2022

**Español abajo**

Next Saturday FREE Health Fair at Rudy Lozano Library 10am to 2pm

List of health services

*Covid-19 vaccines, including booster
*Smoking cessation
*Stress reduction
*Trauma informed care
*Cardiovascular health
*Nutrition, exercise
*HIV testing
*Mental Health resources
*Blood Pressure

Proximo Sabado Feria de Salud GRATIS en Biblioteca Rudy Lozano 10am a 2pm

Lista de servicios de salud

*Vacunas contra el covid-19, incluido el refuerzo
*Dejar de fumar
*Reducción de estrés
*Atención informada del trauma
*Salud cardiovascular
*nutrición, ejercicio
*prueba de VIH
*Recursos de salud mental
*Presión arterial

04/30/2022

So much to celebrate! ¡Acompáñanos! Mural ribbon cutting and remarks at 3pm.

Ald. Sigcho-Lopez (25th) previously partnered with Ehrman’s team last March on the “Take the Vaccine to the People Ordin...
04/25/2022
Ald. Sigcho-Lopez, advocates say city’s COVID-19 relief money has largely gone to contractors: ‘They’re leaving our communities to bleed’

Ald. Sigcho-Lopez (25th) previously partnered with Ehrman’s team last March on the “Take the Vaccine to the People Ordinance,” which would create a community-based testing, contact-tracing and vaccination program. It has since languished in the City Council’s Rules Committee.

Sigcho-Lopez also questioned how the relief money is being spent.

“We talk about equity, then deliver equity,” he said of CPS’ expected enrollment-based cuts. “Deliver equity for our families, for staffing, for communities. They’re leaving our communities to bleed.”

“We talk about equity, then deliver equity,” the 25th Ward alderman said Sunday. “Deliver equity for our families, for staffing, for communities.”

Photos from The People's Response Network to Covid-19's post
04/21/2022

Photos from The People's Response Network to Covid-19's post

04/19/2022
04/19/2022
CPS received $1.8 billion in Federal assistance yet is cutting budgets! This is outrageous, NO school should be receivin...
04/14/2022
Chicago public schools brace for budget cuts as enrollment continues to decline

CPS received $1.8 billion in Federal assistance yet is cutting budgets! This is outrageous, NO school should be receiving cuts!

"Betzabel Laredo, a parent whose son attends Shields Middle School, said the school district got $1.8 billion in federal COVID-19 relief money and she accused Mayor Lori Lightfoot and CPS CEO Pedro Martinez of “stealing” money."

Parents and community members say the reduction in resources will hurt students already struggling with the effects of the pandemic.

Photos from Pilsen Alliance's post
03/29/2022

Photos from Pilsen Alliance's post

'Victoria Romero, a longtime Pilsen resident who lives near 18th and Bishop, said neighbors have had problems with the f...
03/28/2022
Pilsen's Alderman Wants Mole De Mayo Fest Moved After Complaints About Parking Problems And Noise

'Victoria Romero, a longtime Pilsen resident who lives near 18th and Bishop, said neighbors have had problems with the fest ever since it moved. The headache begins when crews loudly set up tents and booths before the fest and continues throughout the weekend as attendees publicly urinate, vomit and camp out around people’s homes, she said.

Romero said she’d like to be able to enjoy the holiday weekend, but instead she feels “trapped” in her home, where she keeps watch to make sure its not tagged or peed on.

“People are obliterated drunk,” Romero said.'

Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez said he's heard enough from locals fed up with the street closures and rowdiness the fest brings. But organizers said they're keeping it on 18th Street to bring people into local businesses.

03/28/2022
Check out the upcoming LSC candidate forums in Pilsen being scheduled for this week.  Call your local CPS school to find...
03/22/2022

Check out the upcoming LSC candidate forums in Pilsen being scheduled for this week. Call your local CPS school to find out when the LSC candidate forum will be or contact the Office of Local School Council Relations 773-553-1400

Juarez Community Academy
Wednesday, March 23, 2022 at 4:00pm via Zoom:
https://zoom.us/j/97265875188?pwd=eFEwYlFJT0RBaFIwT3ppK0NqblRhZz09
Meeting ID: 972 6587 5188
Passcode: 993686
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+13126266799

Galileo Scholastic Academy
Thursday, March 24th at 6pm via Google Meets: https://meet.google.com/fvv-cmtu-hca

"The parking garage construction, which started last month, surprised some residents on the block, they said.Michael McL...
03/14/2022
Some Pilsen Neighbors Worried Influx Of Workers From Mural Park Development Will Cause Traffic, Parking Issues

"The parking garage construction, which started last month, surprised some residents on the block, they said.

Michael McLean, principal at Condor Partners, said tenants in buildings neighboring the project were notified of the impending construction by mail.

But Dan Tollefson, who has lived in the area for two years, said he didn’t know about the project behind his home until he asked a construction worker about it.

“And we have no idea what the design might be,” said Tollefson, who said he’s concerned about the garage being an “eyesore.”

Alma Mora, who’s lived in her home on Peoria Street for nearly 22 years, said she also didn’t know about the construction project.".

https://blockclubchicago.org/2022/03/14/some-pilsen-neighbors-worried-influx-of-workers-from-mural-park-development-will-cause-traffic-parking-issues/?fbclid=IwAR1BhfCsipHEZ_Xvh4_iukwh-PL8QMIYTTpnkDbvtlufZrxFOjSmwqD6TE8

Blue Cross Blue Shield is leasing in Mural Park and plans to move in 400 employees. A four-story parking garage is being built exclusively for its workers, developers said.

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03/14/2022
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Tell Chicago Mayor Lightfoot & CPS CEO Martinez: Keep School Masks On and Save Lives!

Tomorrow at City Hall!  Keep our schools safe, keep the CPS mask mandate!
03/09/2022

Tomorrow at City Hall! Keep our schools safe, keep the CPS mask mandate!

What are Mayor Lori Lightfoot and CEO Pedro Martinez thinking, were still in a pandemic and lives are still at risk. We ...
03/08/2022
The majority of students at most Chicago schools are unvaccinated as CPS plans to lift mask mandate

What are Mayor Lori Lightfoot and CEO Pedro Martinez thinking, were still in a pandemic and lives are still at risk. We oppose the optional mask requirement in cps until we ensure that all students, teachers and staff are fully vaccinated.

"Less than half of all students are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at nearly 75% of all Chicago public schools, with schools on the South and West sides continuing to post particularly low rates, new data shows.

And at nearly 50 schools, 10% of students or less are fully vaccinated as of Feb. 22, according to a WBEZ analysis of vaccination data for the district’s nearly 650 schools".

CPS will go mask optional on March 14. Vax rates are climbing, but only a quarter of schools have more than half of all students vaccinated.

03/08/2022
Photos from Alderman Byron Sigcho Lopez 25th Ward Office's post
02/28/2022

Photos from Alderman Byron Sigcho Lopez 25th Ward Office's post

Parents, Students, Teachers and Community: Please sign and share!Padres, Estudiantes, Maestros y Comunidad: Porfavor fir...
02/24/2022

Parents, Students, Teachers and Community: Please sign and share!

Padres, Estudiantes, Maestros y Comunidad: Porfavor firma y comparte!

https://bit.ly/CPSclean

Are you fed up with Aramark?!?!

We want to hear your input on our schools' cleanliness issue. Mayor Lightfoot received tons of federal aid for CPS, but she renewed a $369 million contract w/ Aramark! Aramark consistently lets us down and has history of doing the bare minimum! Will you join our fight to cancel the Aramark contract???? 😤

fill out our survey --> https://bit.ly/CPSclean

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K*K chicago police are targeting blacks and hispanics to frame and kill anybody they want, we have over 8 years of police terrorism on them while investigating us(trying to frame many INNOCENT PEOPLE) and they are still continuing with their crimes today with their sick police investigators as retaliation(I cant post all their police terrorism on Facebook because its to much)
K*K chicago police targeting latinos committing any they want, we have over 8 years of police terrorism and they are still contiuing with their crimes tdoay with their sick police inevstigators spying on us. Lightfoot. COPA, Foxx, Prikster and eveybody else all do nothing
CALL TO ACTION We are all witnesses to the biggest national movement that awakened with George Floyd. HB163 and HB841 are house bills the will continue the fight for police accountability at state level #ProtestToPolicy Links needed to take action: 1. Find & contact your Illinois state representative: https://www.commoncause.org/find-your-representative/addr/ 2. Link to the letter template & talking points: https://bit.ly/2XwSoZS 3. Sign the petition advocating for the pretrial freedom part of HB here: https://actionnetwork.org/.../raise-your-voice-for.../ 4. To watch live: https://www.ilga.gov/houseaudvid.asp Notice the numbers in the last picture. Police want to remain unaccountable and have built such a strong campaign that the proponents of the bill are outnumbered by about 16,000 Legislation is a necessary step. We have to remember that choke holds were already banned when Eric Garner was killed by a cop in New York
Chicago Public School parents, you are invited on Thurs. 12/3, 5PM Chicago teachers want to hear from CPS families! Virtual forum on CPS return to in person learning proposal. 12/3 Registration Link: https://aft.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIlfumhqDoqHNNf0RkOOcU-mWgONd1oAtRb "The mayor and CPS have announced their plan to force students and educators in January and February to return to unsafe in-person learning, without spending the time or energy to make necessary improvements. Remote learning is a heavy burden, but it beats sickness and death any day. Students, parents and educators will have to rely on our own efforts to make the best of remote learning and to demand safe conditions for the return to in-person schooling. For that reason, the Chicago Teachers Union is inviting all parents, students, and community members to join in a virtual discussion of solutions and organizing steps to improve remote learning and safe return to school. We want to know what's working, what isn't, and what you think are the next steps to engage more parents in building a movement that can amplify these demands. If you're a teacher, we encourage you to let the families you're in touch know about this event. If you're a parent, register today and let other parents know that they should register too!"
Please check the event for your closest Dropbox location to donate winter clothes and dry/can food for the homeless. 2 east side locations. El Charro De San Francisco restaurant 3655 E.106th St and The Trim Barbershop 3837 E. 106thSt. Law office of Juan M. Soliz/ Native American Tribe 3203 s. Pulaski rd. Bridgeport Coffee house 3101 s. Morgan Taqueria Mi Barrio Es Tapito 2645 w. 63rd st. Chicago Midwest Made 1517 w. 18th st. Canton Regio 1510 w. 18th st and *T I A 922 119th st. Whiting, Indiana.
Kimski has been transformed into the Community Canteen, a take out restaurant serving free (or pay as you can) meals to anyone and everyone. It is open five days a week Tuesday- Saturday from Noon to 5pm . The worsening Covid-19 crisis, and the mandated closing of dine-in restaurants in Chicago prompted Public Media Institute In partnership with Kimski and Maria's Packaged Goods, to expand our aid to farmers, hospitality workers, and those affected by food insecurity. In order to feed more people more often, the Community Canteen uses a “Pay As You Can” model. Each person who pays for a meal “pays it forward,” making a more free food available for others. Community Canteen creates a way for folks to enjoy healthy and locally sourced meals regardless of their ability to pay. By offering free meals five days a week instead of one, and offering options, people will have more flexibility as colder months approach. The menu will feature Kimski favorites as well as cafeteria style plate lunches and dinners offering protein and vegetarian options. Want to pay it forward? Give a meal through an online donation or in person at the Community Canteen. Communitykitchenchicago.org
"CTU officers and rank-and-file members will address the looming announcement by Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot that she plans to force the district's youngest and most vulnerable students back into classrooms this November—in buildings that an arbitrator has ruled are unsafe. Already, 21 schools running with skeleton crews have now seen COVID-19 cases since the fall quarter began. CTU members have filed hundreds of safety complaints with the Union, and on October 2, an arbitrator ruled against CPS, finding that clerks must be allowed to work remotely because buildings are unsafe. The City's rolling seven-day COVID-19 caseload is up to 399/day, with a rising positivity rate at 4.4%. Rates for Latinx residents are five times as high, at 20%, and rates for Black residents, who've borne the brunt of COVID-19 deaths, now close to 9%. Positivity rates are near 10% for children who are 17 years old and younger. Black and Brown working class neighborhoods across the City—the very neighborhoods where CPS students live—are seeing double digit positivity rates." Yet Lightfoot and CPS are planning to announce shortly that special education students—children who are among the school district's most medically vulnerable students—will be learning in-person in November, along with the District's littlest learners. That move defies the science and puts thousands of students, family members and educators at risk from the deadly pandemic." https://www.facebook.com/ctulocal1/videos/3768003843210890/
RACIST CHICAGO POLICE ARE TARGETING LATINOS. We have over 8 years of police misconduct on 8th district Chicago police and their sick police investigators. We have over 8 years of discrimination, slander, harassment(Hate crimes)false arrest DUI and lots more police terrorism and they are still continuing today COPA, Lori Lightfoot, Kim Foxx, Prikster, FBI and everybody else in the corrupt city allows all this police terrorism
Garage break in- bikes stolen Hello all- Last night at 440am our locked garage was broken into and our bikes were stolen. The person came in and out through the alley. We’re in SE Pilsen, near Cullerton and Peoria. Wanted to share of the incident so others will be vigilant and keep an eye out for this person in the area. From what I can tell they’re wearing a Gray/silver jacket with hood up, black & white stripes on jacket and a black backpack. I’ve filed a police report. If you have any additional information, please let me know.
Chicago businesses with property damage will be eligible for infrastructure grants up to $10,000 to help with repair costs. Businesses that have at least a 25 percent revenue loss due to COVID-19 will be eligible for operational grants up to $4,000 to help cover economic losses.
There is a Pilsen drop off location tomorrow between 10a-1p at 1729 S.Halsted. Help us support Chicago's South Side Community -