Standing for the interests of our ward's working people
I saw neighbors tell the painful stories of losing their homes, or telling us they were moving to the suburbs or beyond because their families could no longer afford to live in our beloved neighborhood. Then I got a call from my landlord.
Genoveva Ramirez-Laguna is a loving grandmother who has become an essential part in the fight against injustices in our city and surrounding areas.
We believe our district would be a better place to work and learn if it had more, rather than fewer, educators like Sarah Chambers within it.
Building an organized community resistance, particularly in immigrant neighborhoods like Albany Park, is both necessary and urgent.
Tuesday’s election results showed us that now, more than ever, we need to build an unapologetically progressive politics to fight against bigotry and the division of working people.
Referendum wins by a large margin as more than 9,500 voters in the 33rd Ward said 'no' to CPS's charter expansion scheme.
This November, 33rd Ward voters will have an opportunity to weigh in on Chicago Public Schools' long-standing plan to expand charter schools in the city. Here are ten reasons why we say NO.