#InTheNews – What a ‘new norm’ would mean for Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood?

Posted: March 20, 2022 in Uncategorized

In her new Op-Ed for Crain’s Chicago Business, our President, Co-Founder & CEO Asiaha Butler writes, “The new norm should be reliable transportation so that when amenities are not locally accessible, residents can access fundamental public assets and opportunities within our city. Our new norm should be a deeper coordination with the city, state and federal governments to implement equity-focused infrastructure improvements, especially if we want to “Build Back Better” in Chicago and across the nation.”

How can the city create a more equitable Chicago & support the transformation of neighborhoods like Englewood? Read the full article by Asiaha Butler for answers to these questions & more at Crain’s Chicago Business

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