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Submitted by Chicago in September 2018.
Thank you, Phil Kadner of the Chicago Sun-Times, for your kind words about The League of Women Voters.
Submitted by Chicago in July 2018.
In the wake of the Charlottesville confrontation and ensuing demands for the removal of offensive monuments, a number of aldermen in Chicago began to call for the removal of tributes commemorating the fascist warlord Italo Balbo.
More than 120 people recently gathered to watch and discuss an advance screening of The Long Shadow, a documentary on the history of slavery and racism in the U.S.
“Race: Are We So Different?,” an exhibit at the Chicago History Museum, prompted a lively discussion at a recent event sponsored by the LWV Chicago Diversity Committee.
The League is embarking on an ambitious transformation roadmap so that we can be as vibrant and relevant an organization now as when founded.