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WCIU-TV QLP Interview/ LISC Chicago

Quality-of-Life Plan and neighborhood.

Fight for affordable housing near transit lines takes on new urgency

“If we don’t use this moment right now to ensure that Logan Square remains inclusive and affordable, 10 years from now, 20 years from now, it will be Lincoln Park...”

Neighbors March Against Displacement in Logan Square

The demonstrators called on community members to vote out elected officials who aren’t doing enough to prevent longtime residents from being priced out of the community...

Logan Square Anti-Gentrification March Draws 500 People: ‘Fight Today, Vote Tomorrow’

"I want my son to graduate from the school I graduated from. I want my friends and family to continue to live in their neighborhoods."

Logan Square burns hot as many city neighborhoods cool down

The median price of a house sold in the Near West neighborhood in the first nine months of the year rose by a little more than 19 percent.

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.

JLC and the LSNA Testimonial Video

JLC and the LSNA Testimonial Video

Development In Humboldt Park Sparks Discussions Of Gentrification

“These are monuments to the displacement of working class families in Chicago and it’s a painful..."

Teamwork Englewood’s Grant Will Take Some Safe Passage Workers From The Streets To Inside The Classroom

Teamwork Englewood won a $50,000 grant from the Illinois Parent Mentoring Program, administered by the Logan Square Neighborhood Association, according to Rosalind Moore, director of programs for Teamwork Englewood.

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