https://www.chicagomaroon.com/article/2018/4/10/personal-stories-shared-black-lives-matter-stop-ev/ The Chicago branch of Black Lives Matter and local activist group Southside Together Organizing for Power (STOP) cohosted an event on Friday titled “Stories Against Stigma.”
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by Marissa Page
The red-and-white newspaper box once held editions of the Frederick News-Post, a local newspaper for a northern Maryland county of the same name. Now 650 miles away, the box resides in a garden on the southeast corner of Calumet Avenue and 51st Street. It bears a fresh coat of paint, and inside its contents range from Bulls T-shirts to applesauce cups.
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by Andrew Gill Black Lives Matter Chicago is piloting a food box program to address hunger in neighborhoods where it says food is too scarce. The inspiration comes from little free libraries, boxes that encourage neighbors to take a book or give a book.
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Monday, November 27, 2017
CHICAGO (WLS) --
Local activists have a new approach to tackling hunger with a self-serve food depository in Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood.