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A Washington Park “visioning session”; a gospel concert for HIV awareness;  and town hall meetings on issues facing families, women, and youth.  

3-29  New Communities Project for Washington Park is holding the first of several “visioning sessions” to discuss economic development, youth programming, health services, job training, housing, cultural affairs and other components of healthy neighborhoods.

Saturday, March 29, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Edmund’s Church, 121 E. 61st. 773-324-7592



3-29  Equal Voice for America’s Families.  Hundreds of families from African American, Native American and immigrant communities of Chicago — representing dozens of community organizations — meet for a town hall meeting to discuss issues including health care, public safety and immigrant rights. It’s one of forty meetings taking place across the country, part of a national effort to create a family issues platform.

Saturday, March 29, 10 a.m., Our Lady of Mercy Church, 4432 N. Troy. 312-550-1352



3-30  The 7th Congressional District Women’s Advisory Committee hosts a town hall meeting exploring women’s issues and marking women’s history month by honoring community leaders. 

Sunday, March 30, 3 p.m., Westside Center of Truth, 3745 W. Ogden.  773-533-7520



3-30  The Let’s Talk, Let’s Test Foundation, promoting HIV awareness and prevention in the African American community, presents “I Need You To Survive” Sunday with a gospel concert.

Sunday, March 30, 6 p.m., Progressive Church, 3658 S. Wentworth. 773-821-2795



4-1  UCAN town hall forum gives young Chicagoans the chance to question local elected officials.  Sponsored by Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network.


Monday, April 1, 6 p.m., at UIC, 1040 W. Harrison (lower auditorium). 773-419-0015

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