The Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA) charts the course for our state to achieve 100% renewable energy by 2050, while at the same time saving consumers money. Come learn about this groundbreaking legislation and hear how activists are working to get it passed.
Christian Picciolini, former extremist and author, and Maureen Loughnane, Executive Director of Facing History and Ourselves Chicago, will discuss white nationalism in our own backyard, how we can be alert for it, and what we can do about it.
The speakers at LWV Chicago’s September 26 Chicago in Focus program have not only worked on issues involving police and the communities they serve. Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson and Helen Neville, PhD, have witnessed the aftereffects of crime and violence firsthand.
On August 20, Mayor Lightfoot’s administration announced a $16.2 million, 5-year contract for additional water pitchers with cartridges certified to remove lead from the drinking water. These are free to qualifying residents.
Chicago is a happening place, a place of fertile ideas. Let’s keep it up by listening to experts and discussing deep questions about topics that will be changing your world. No RSVP necessary, all are welcome.