For All Points-Of-The-View.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 is Election Day. This time we get to choose several different city, state and federal offices including Governor, Cook County Board President, US Senators and Illinois senators and representatives. (See the second page of this release for a complete list).
We will also have a chance to weigh in on an increase of the minimum wage to $10.00 per hour.
What Matters Most to You? Tell Somebody!
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Pastor Roosevelt Watkins (at the mike) Pastor Roosevelt Watkins, national president of MAADD, held a press conference Thursday at the Blue1647, located at 1647 South Blue Island, Chicago, IL, to unveil two new programs. The first program is the Tech Trybe, a “Greek Squad for the community” with the goal to refurbish computers and other devices, which will be…Continue
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Business icon, humanitarian and chairman of the Chicago Baptist Institute International, Dr. Willie L. Wilson and a coalition are holding a legislative economic accountability summit 11:30 a.m., Monday, July 14, 2014, at the Chicago State University where Gov. Pat Quinn and GOP Gubernatorial hopeful Bruce Rauner will outline their economic development agendas.
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While 47-year-old Michael David Dunn, who killed 17-year-old Jordan Davis over some loud music was convicted on three counts of second-degree attempted murder and faces 60-years in prison, Father Michael L. Pfleger Sunday said that is not good enough because the jury failed to convict him for murdering the unarmed teenager.
Upset that the jury was deadlocked on…Continue
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Case ignites her compassion for justice
[by Chinta Strausberg] An assistant state’s attorney both in Cook and Will County since 2004, Sondra Denmark was inspired to run for the 15th sub-circuit judge position by a teenage girl once arrested for carrying drugs…a case that ignited a feeling of compassion but ended…
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Donnie McClurkin, Jr., a gospel music singer and a minister who has won three Grammy awards, ten Stellar awards, two BET awards, two Soul Train awards, one Dove award and one NAACP Image award, will preach a two-day revival at Saint Sabina 7 p.m., Monday, March 10, 2014, and Tuesday, March 11th, at Saint Sabina Church, 1210 W. 78th Place.…
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Pfleger vows to take blue lights nationwide
Saint Sabina’s Father Michael L. Pfleger lateFriday night proudly stood outside of Soldier Field after joining Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel in lighting the historic building with blue lights in honor of his mentor, Dr. Martin Luther King,…
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It’s time to stop the war on the poor in Chicago. We hear the talk all over the inner city. Poor people want to leave the city because they feel it is unsafe and un-affordable. It does not take sophisticated analysis to see the linkages between the poverty rate and violence in certain neighborhoods. Between 2000 and 2010, Chicago lost 200,000 residents. One-hundred…Continue
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‘This is the season of expectation’
~ By Chinta Strausberg ~ Preaching from the theme, “Looking for Weight Watchers,” Father Michael L. Pfleger Sunday said while this is the season of expectation, we live in a world consumed by losing weight where people fail to realize the results of their intake leads to…
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PURPOSE OVER PAIN GIVES VALUABLE LESSONS IN LIFE TO YOUTH Teaches basketball skills and mentoring at the ARK By Chinta Strausberg Purpose Over Pain, a group of grieving parents, are using their pain to not only fill avoid in their lives but because each lost a child to gun violence they filled Saint Sabina’s ARK gym up with dozens of energetic children seeking a safe haven toplay and a place to get positive mentoring, basketball skills and good free food all under the same roof. Purpose Over…Continue
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All invited to remember Chicago’s first black mayor
~ By Chinta Strausberg ~ At 11:01 a.m., Monday, November 25, 2013,the Harold Washington Legacy Committee, is holding a wreath laying ceremony inhonor of the late Mayor Harold Washington at the Oak Woods Cemetery, 1035 E. 67thSt., Chicago, IL where he was buried 26-years ago.
The gravesite ceremony will…Continue
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His blood spilled in Vietnam continues to heal today
~ By Chinta Strausberg ~ On this Veterans Day, I salute all men and women who have and are serving in the U.S. armed services—people who literally gave their lives to protect this nation including and especially my cousin, Milton Lee Olive, III, an18-year-old Englewood Vietnam War hero who paid the ultimate…Continue
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