Pilsen Alliance leaders supported a community driven process during the hearing at Saucedo Elementary.
We joined and supported the voices of teachers, parents and students who questioned CPS plan for the co-location of Saucedo, Telpochcalli, and Spry Community High School to save $95,000, while the mayor keeps giving away millions of dollars in public funding to private projects (TIF funding to DePaul stadium, luxury condos, etc), and in the […]
For Pilsen residents: Rising property taxes and rising rents are making some longtime Pilsen residents wonder if they can stay in the community that is their home. Our wish is that landlords and government take the needs of both longtime residents and newcomers into account and keep the community affordable for working class residents. We […]
PILSEN — In the face of rapid change, longtime Pilsen residents won’t let their beloved neighborhood become another Wicker Park, one activist said at a rally Sunday. Byron Sighco, new executive director of Pilsen Alliance, said the neighborhood is under attack at a My Block, My Hood, My City rally and march in Pilsen […]
While the great majority of public housing residents in Chicago are African-American, Latino leaders are looking to public and subsidized housing to alleviate displacement and gentrification pressures in neighborhoods with a strong Latino presence, like Pilsen and Logan Square. With increasing attention on the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), there are more calls for subsidized housing […]
La organización comunitaria Alianza de Pilsen tiene un nuevo director ejecutivo interino, el ecuatoriano Byron Sigcho, quien asumió funciones el pasado 4 de diciembre. El activista chileno Nelson Soza renunció a la dirección ejecutiva después de cinco años en ese cargo, debido a que regresó a su país de origen por cuestiones laborales. El activista […]
Saturday January 16 2016
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