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Chicago Beyond
An impact investor that backs the fight for youth equity to ensure all young people can achieve their fullest human potential.
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Chicago Beyond 10h
Join us on Thursday to WATCH the livestream!
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Arne Duncan 15h
We have so much hard work to do to make our city safer, and so many extraordinary leaders committed to doing it!
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Chicago Beyond 17h
Replying to @arneduncan
“If we dip below 400 homicides, it will be the first time in 55 years.” -
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Chicago Beyond 17h
Replying to @arneduncan
“I have tremendous hope.” - begins to lay out a challenge to the City of Chicago to reduce gun violence by at least 20% this year.
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Chicago Beyond 17h
Replying to @heartlandhelps
“I believe that the perspective we all bring helps inform our strategy and what that means to reduce violence. There is no one way to do this.” - Eddie Bocanegra,
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Chicago Beyond 17h
Today we support and a coalition of organizations challenging our city to reduce gun violence by 20% this year.
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Chicago Beyond Jan 27
Join us with at Chicago Beyond on 2.19 to explore the history of Black wealth in Chicago with and . 👇🏿
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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts Jan 24
, founder and CEO of talks about bias and power dynamics in social impact research in this podcast! Listen to it here!
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Sowmya Jan 24
Our latest podcast in which and I interview the amazing of where we talk about the role of , going beyond and social impact research.
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Britton Picciolini Jan 23
Join me & on 2/19 for a discussion on how technology can be better utilized to build a more equitable future for Chicago’s young people and communities. Our panelists are challenging the status quo for our youth & communities. RSVP at:
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Jennie Misong Magiera Jan 23
Join on Wed 2/19 at 6pm CT in Chicago to examine the implications of and . I'm excited to be on the panel to speak about the work that we are doing at to foster a more equitable ecosystem. RSVP to join us here:
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Chicago Beyond Jan 23
We're kicking off the year with a new event series: ! Join us on Wed 2/19 to examine the implications of and with Shanté Elliott of , Brian Hill of , of + of .
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National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership Jan 23
Over the past several years, has been intentionally thinking about how to more deeply embed diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within the activities of the Network. We've begun compiling resources for Partners and similar orgs:
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Chicago Beyond Jan 20
“Free to me means living by your own standards and your own rules. Not living from the outside in, but the inside out.” Meet , a Chicago-based artist whose piece “Freedom” is featured in Chicago Beyond’s Home for Social Innovation.
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Chicago Beyond Jan 16
WATCH: Since day one, our work has been rooted in backing the fight for Chicago’s youth – from investing in innovative ideas to tackling systemic injustices that affect young people nationwide. And 2019 was no different. Take a look back with us!
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Chicago Beyond Jan 14
❤️ We love this ! Thank you to , , & for backing the fight through our coat drive for & students 🙏🏾
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Chicago Beyond Jan 14
Chicago Beyond is headed back to Austin for 2020! Catch our Founder emcee and join a workshop on our guidebook, "Why Am I Always Being Researched?" See you there!
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Chicago Beyond Dec 30
Calling out injustice, calling in equity: check out our year of backing the fight for ’s young people! Here’s to 2020 and beyond. 🎥👀 Watch!👇🏾
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Chicago Beyond Dec 19
We Are Here. Check out Chicago Beyond's new space, Chicago's Home for Social Innovation. We hope what transpires here calls out injustice, calls in equity, and points the way toward a more fair and just future for 's youth.
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Bread & Roses Community Fund Nov 5
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