Community Development

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Chicago Residents Recommend 300 Ways to Improve Community-Police Relations

More than 1,600 Chicago residents attended 19 conversations about police misconduct and community relations and then suggested 300 ways to improve police practices and restructure how police officers interact with residents. Read More
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Pullman Showcases Industrial Innovation, Urban Planning, & Civil Rights

The Pullman National Monument showcases industrial innovation, urban planning, civil rights, and the labor movement and a study estimates it could eventually sustain $40 million in economic activity. Read More
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Striving for Diversity and Equity in the Arts

Enrich Chicago brings together arts organizations and foundations with the aim of increasing the resources available for arts institutions led by and serving people of color. Read More
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Using Evidence When Supporting Community-Based Organizations

A brief from the Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative focuses on how governments can use evidence and data to support community-based organizations that are proven to be effective. Read More