Volunteers greet people at the Bronzeville/Kenwood Mutual Aid network's food and supply distribution Oct. 2. The distributions are held at Sacred Keepers Sustainability Lab, 4445 S. King Drive.Provided

Bronzeville’s Mutual Aid Network Building A Community — And A City — Based In Reciprocity

A joint effort from the Bronzeville/Kenwood Mutual Aid network and Sacred Keepers Sustainability Lab — assisted by a host of Chicagoans — wants to make mutual aid a "lifestyle," not just a response to the pandemic.

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Chicago Failing To Enforce Recycling Rules In Big Buildings, Businesses — And Has Abysmal Results To Show For It, Watchdog Says

The city “makes no attempt" to identify big building owners who don't offer recycling, even though more than 40 percent of Chicagoans live in high-density buildings, the inspector general said.

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Coronavirus Kills 238 More Illinoisans, The Most Deaths Reported In A Day Yet

Among the most recent victims were 71 people in Cook County, including four women and men in their 40s. At least 12,639 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois.