Kimberly Britt, right, delivers meals to Alfredo Garcia at Hope House, a transitional living home, on Oct. 12, 2021, in Chicago. (Stacey Wescott / Chicago
Chicago Beyond’s Rapid Response Fund quickly mobilized unrestricted dollars to more than 25 hyperlocal organizations and individual efforts fighting for a better future for Chicago’s young people and communities, targeting those greatest in need.
This op-ed by Dr. Nneka Jones Tapia, Chicago Beyond’s Managing Director of Justice Initiatives, was published online on May 6, 2021 in USA Today. When
Today, Chicago Public Schools (CPS), in partnership with Chicago Beyond and the Children First Fund: the Chicago Public Schools Foundation, announced a first-of-its-kind, multi-year effort
Chicago Beyond, an impact investor fighting for youth equity, today launches Justice Initiatives, its newest line of work dedicated to systems-level change. To execute on the vision of Chicago Beyond’s justice-related work, Dr. Nneka
This article ran online on WBEZ/NPR on July 4, 2020. By Scott Simon Transcript: SCOTT SIMON, HOST: Metal detectors and armed resource officers have become common
Liz Dozier significantly improved a violent, under-performing South Side school. Here’s why she thinks there are better ways to create a safe school environment than
On Tuesday May 26, 2020 The University of Chicago Institute of Politics hosted a virtual panel to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 across the country,