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Chicago Poems By Carl Sandburg
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When such a quantity of beautiful and profound poems comes along at such a ludicrously low price, you owe it to yourself to get it. Carry this book in your work bag, take it on the bus, and get a... More > daily dose of Carl Sandburg, the Lowry of poetry, with his word-paintings of factories, immigrants, war, socialism, prostitution and so on. Buy it for a friend or donate it to a fellow passenger! Wonderful highly recommend< Less
Derelict Chicago By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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Derelict Chicago A Short Story by Untitled writer Wenna Ramsbottom looked at the solid torch in her hands and felt anxious. She walked over to the window and reflected on her cold surroundings. She... More > had always loved derelict Chicago with its bright, bored beaches. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel anxious. Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Darth Blacksmith. Darth was a spiteful coward with dirty legs and fragile toes.< Less
Quiet Chicago By Andy Mor
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Quiet Chicago A Short Story by Jane Doe Virginia Malkovich had always loved quiet Chicago with its comfortable, cooing cliffs. It was a place where she felt confident. She was a clumsy, spiteful,... More > beer drinker with solid hands and wide feet. Her friends saw her as a glorious, gigantic giant. Once, she had even jumped into a river and saved an unlawful blind person. That's the sort of woman he was.< Less
Noisy Chicago By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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Noisy Chicago A Short Story by John Doe Ruth Rockatansky was thinking about Flora Grey again. Flora was a wild writer with brown elbows and wobbly moles. Ruth walked over to the window and reflected... More > on her damp surroundings. She had always loved noisy Chicago with its ugliest, ugly umbrellas. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel cross.< Less
Chicago Poems By Carl Sandburg
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"Chicago," "Fog," "To a Contemporary Bunkshooter," "Who Am I?" and "Under the Harvest Moon," as well as many others on themes of war, immigrant life,... More > death, love, loneliness, and the beauty of nature. New introductory Note. Alphabetical lists of titles and first lines. Includes 2 selections from the Common Core State Standards Initiative.< Less
The Chicago Stones By Darcie Hind Posz
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Like many family histories, this story began with a man's acquisition of land; that land purchased in 1835 would fund three generations. Take a romp through one hundred years of Stone and Yager... More > history, with their lifestyle on full display in colorful scandal! Includes transcriptions of original records, pre- and post-1871 Chicago fire records and discussions, a Register style of the Yager genealogy, and recommended listening.< Less
DESERTED?: A Policy Report on Food Access in Four South Side Chicago Neighborhoods By Chicago Policy Research Team
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The problem of “food deserts” in Chicago is a serious one. Low-income neighborhoods are disproportionately affected by the lack of access to healthy fresh food options, and individuals... More > living in them disproportionately suffer from diet-related illnesses. The goal of the Chicago Policy Research Team (CPRT) in this report is to analyze the food access experiences of specific neighborhoods on Chicago’s South Side, and in doing so, contribute a rich, fieldwork-based examination of the food desert question to the existing literature that predominantly features quantitative data and city-wide analyses. The report also highlights local, state and federal efforts underway to address barriers to healthy food access and makes neighborhood-specific policy recommendations. Additionally, please check out the color map addendum: http://www.lulu.com/product/item/deserted-the-color-map-addendum/11053535< Less
DESERTED?: A Policy Report on Food Access in Four South Side Chicago Neighborhoods By Chicago Policy Research Team
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The problem of “food deserts” in Chicago is a serious one. Low-income neighborhoods are disproportionately affected by the lack of access to healthy fresh food options, and individuals... More > living in them disproportionately suffer from diet-related illnesses. The goal of the Chicago Policy Research Team (CPRT) in this report is to analyze the food access experiences of specific neighborhoods on Chicago’s South Side, and in doing so, contribute a rich, fieldwork-based examination of the food desert question to the existing literature that predominantly features quantitative data and city-wide analyses. The report also highlights local, state and federal efforts underway to address barriers to healthy food access and makes neighborhood-specific policy recommendations. Additionally, please check out the color map addendum: http://www.lulu.com/product/item/deserted-the-color-map-addendum/11053535< Less
REALIZING PROMISE: Nurturing Children and Building Community in Chicago's Woodlawn Neighborhood By Chicago Policy Research Team
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Initiated in 2009 by Bishop Arthur M. Brazier, the Woodlawn Children’s Promise Community (WCPC) is a community-based organization acting as a catalyst for change in Chicago’s Woodlawn... More > neighborhood. The WCPC models itself after the Harlem Children’s Zone and other “Promise Neighborhoods” in its effort to create a “pipeline” of programs to support children from early childhood through young adulthood. In conjunction with the WCPC, the Chicago Policy Research Team (CPRT) investigated how to best address challenges related to early childhood development, public schools, after-school programs, children’s health care, and public safety in Woodlawn. This report is a culmination of that research and our rewarding collaboration with the WCPC. The CPRT is comprised of 73 undergraduates in the University of Chicago’s Public Policy Studies Program.< Less
REALIZING PROMISE: Nurturing Children and Building Community in Chicago's Woodlawn Neighborhood By Chicago Policy Research Team
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Initiated in 2009 by Bishop Arthur M. Brazier, the Woodlawn Children’s Promise Community (WCPC) is a community-based organization acting as a catalyst for change in Chicago’s Woodlawn... More > neighborhood. The WCPC models itself after the Harlem Children’s Zone and other “Promise Neighborhoods” in its effort to create a “pipeline” of programs to support children from early childhood through young adulthood. In conjunction with the WCPC, the Chicago Policy Research Team (CPRT) investigated how to best address challenges related to early childhood development, public schools, after-school programs, children’s health care, and public safety in Woodlawn. This report is a culmination of that research and our rewarding collaboration with the WCPC. The CPRT is comprised of 73 undergraduates in the University of Chicago’s Public Policy Studies Program.< Less

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