CHICAGO METRO LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2022-03-17T16:16:27-07:00
Chicago Metro | Wisconsin | Indiana Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Thursday - May 26
The latest local Chicago/Milwaukee/Indianapolis/Joliet/Madison area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
“Immigration Will Destroy Us” is the culmination of 3 years of research from @DefineAmerican looking at the impact, tactics & reach of anti-immigration narratives. Download the report to learn how these stories are shaping national conversations. https://defineamerican.com/research/great-replacement-network/
Photojournalists capture the truth of the world in their photographs. A new business model is hoping to revive this #art form and restore confidence in journalism. https://www.blind-magazine.com/stories/how-photography-can-help-restore-confidence-in-journalism/
Two years ago today, George Floyd was alive. And he should be alive today. His murder reflects the systemic challenges we face as country and encourages us to continue to advocate for social justice. #closingequitygaps https://youtu.be/UGSMYaw6LCQ
Our hearts mourn for all those killed & wounded by mass shootings & senseless violence across our nation & here in Chicago in recent months. Nobody should feel unsafe at school, at a grocery store, at a house of worship, or on the sidewalks of their community.
This week is Period Poverty Awareness Week! Period poverty is inadequate access to menstrual products, sanitation facilities, and adequate education. Our grantee, @GYRLSINTHEHOOD has a H.O.O.D Kits fundraiser to provide 50 girls with basic hygiene necessities. #EndPeriodPoverty
Thank you, @MerrillLynch and @BankofAmerica, for giving back through snack packs and baby kits last week for our agency partners, Infant Welfare Society of Evanston and @BlueCapCharity. #LIVEUNITED #Volunteer
Tchaikovsky’s take on Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet anchors a program led by @jamesgaffigan June 10-11, also featuring Mussorgsky’s fiery Night on Bald Mountain and violinist @lisabatiashvili as soloist in works by Chausson and Saint-Saëns.
"My family thought we came from nothing and created our own success...It has taken me more than 40 years to understand the tremendous advantages that my family was afforded, simply because we are considered white." >> https://www.cnpe.org/when-we-know-better
Our hearts go out to the families impacted by the shooting in Texas. As an organization committed to social justice & wellbeing for children and seniors in diverse communities, we call on elected leaders to enact the policies needed to create safer communities for all.
You might notice some changes around the giraffe habitat--lots of baby plants! Please be careful not to step on them while they're taking root.
Many thanks to Wild Ones, an organization that supports establishing native plant communities like ours! http://wildones.org/