What a great organization and what a great meeting on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at the Reilly School! The United Neighbors of the 35th Ward meeting was kicked off by co-founder Joyce Brody and Alderman Carlos Rosa gave us a generous introduction. Tom Tresser gave an overview of the book project and Amara Enyia explained why a public bank for Chicago is such a great idea.
The meeting was held at the Reilly School and Principal Ken Fitzner welcomed people to the school. He stayed for our presentation. This is what he said:
The Chicago Gazette in its March 4, 2017 issue ran an article and editorial on fighting back in the Age of Trump. We're proud to say that "Chicago Is Not Broke" is featured as one of the ways they suggest Chicago can fight and organize.
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