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Logan Square Neighborhood Association Renamed Palenque LSNA In Solidarity With Black Community
The group is now Palenque LSNA, taking its name from a type of settlement formed by escaped enslaved people and Indigenous people throughout the Americas.
Logan Square Leaders Want Federal Relief For Affordable Housing, Extended Fines For Demolitions Near The 606
"Too often, people of color have been shut out of home ownership, and this is a time for us to turn that around ..." State Rep. Will Guzzardi said.
These Groups Are Trying To Slow Gentrification In Logan Square And Hermosa — One Affordable Home At A Time
After two years of planning, the community groups behind the Here To Stay Community Land Trust have acquired their first home. Now, they're looking for a buyer.
Logan Square Neighbors, Artists Unite For Día De los Muertos Installation And Celebration At Comfort Station
The installation will honor people who have died and institutions that have vanished in gentrifying Logan Square.
Logan Square Neighborhood Association Names Youngest President In Its History: ‘She Represents The Future’
"When we speak about shaping our future for young folks, we should really let young folks have an input in that," 19-year-old Prisilla Tito said.
Tami Love, Longtime Logan Square Organizer, Was A Fierce Advocate For Families: ‘They Knew They Could Depend On Her’
Love spent 25 years fighting for families and public housing residents as a community organizer for Logan Square Neighborhood Association. She died Sunday after a long battle with cancer.
To Support Struggling Undocumented Restaurant Workers, Logan Square’s Mi Tocaya Pivots To Serve Free Meals
The owner/chef behind the acclaimed Mexican restaurant is raising money to get the "todos ponen" program off the ground in February — and keep it going for a couple of months.
Logan Square Neighborhood Association Raising Money For Families In Crisis
The neighborhood group has identified 250 families in its network that need immediate assistance, some of whom are undocumented and don't qualify for federal aid.
Logan Square Neighborhood Association Names First New Executive Director In More Than 30 Years
Native Northwest Sider Juliet De Jesus Alejandre is taking the helm, starting May 1. "It's a gift to be able to use my life in this way, to honor my family," she said.
Cole’s Bar Owner Selling His Beloved Abraham Lincoln Art Collection, Donating All Proceeds To Local Immigrant Rights Group
The collection includes a mix of Lincoln-themed artwork, memorabilia and kitsch. "Since the Trump election, I've been looking for ways to leverage my voice and my resources to effect change," Cole Brice said.
Community Steps Up To Help After Mentor To Hundreds Of Hermosa And Logan Square Kids Critically Injured In Accident
Brian Perea, also known as Smiley, DJ Smiley and, simply, B, suffered a head injury while visiting family in Puebla, Mexico, according to an online fundraising campaign.
‘Learning To Lead By Listening’: Ald.-elect Daniel La Spata Pledges To Forge A New Way Of Doing Business
"I hope, for you, this models the kind of government that I’m really hoping to bring." Ald.-elect Daniel La Spata (1st) wants to hear from voters before he takes office on May 20.
Logan Square Neighborhood Association’s Big Fundraiser Is Coming Up — Here’s How To Get Involved
A kickoff event, which doubles as an informational meeting, is set for 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Cole's Bar, 2338 N. Milwaukee Ave.
As Gentrification Moves West, Hermosa And Logan Square Leaders Launch Plan To Fight Displacement
Ideas include establishing a "welcoming corridor" along Armitage west of Pulaski for immigrants.
Logan Square Activists To March For Development Without Gentrification
More than 600 activists and their supporters are planning to march through the neighborhood next week.
Will Fixing Logan Square’s Most Confusing Intersection Speed Up Gentrification?
Neighbors are invited to help craft what's called a Racial Equity Impact Assessment at a public meeting next week.