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Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • Social agencies across Illinois have banded together since the announcement of Governor Rauner’s 1.5 million dollar budget cuts to make every effort to protect our communities. We at Chicago House would like to break down how these cuts will not only affect us as an agency, but more importantly the community we serve more broadly: The budget cuts […]

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  • Have you ever seen a superhero? We’ve all seen Superman, Batman and Spiderman in the comics and on television; but have you ever experienced superheroes in the flesh — in all their super-powered, super-strengthened, super-talented glory? Last Wednesday, at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago’s long-awaited Advocacy Day, I finally did. Don’t believe me? I’ll prove […]

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  • By Alex Xourias What is “oppression?” What does “injustice” look like? How does “inequity” differ from “inequality?” These words get thrown around a lot, but their abstract nature often turns conversations murky and directionless. A new initiative of Chicago House CEO Stan Sloan and partners, the LGBTQ Poverty Collaborative, is actively reversing this trend by […]

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  • On March 26th, 2015, CEO of Chicago House, Reverend Stan Sloan along with partner advocates from the Williams Institute, the Center for American Progress and the Vaid Group LLC, hosted a donor meeting on the LGBTQ Poverty Collaborative to address and prioritize the national issue of poverty within the LGBTQ community. Right on the heels of […]

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