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    Mutual Aid Collaborative - January 19, 2021
    Peace Fellows Jamila Trimuel, Dawn Hodges and David Gonzalez continue to innovate and share to get families on the South Side of Chicago the food and support they need during the COVID pandemic.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - January 08, 2021
    Chicago Peace Fellow Robin Cline invites your support as the team at NeighborSpace launches a campaign to add 100 garden beds in communities across Chicago.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - December 21, 2020
    Chicago Peace Fellow Annamaria Leon launched Soup for the Soul with partners in North Lawndale to provide food to neighbors in need as COVID-19 soars while simultaneously building a stronger and more peaceful community.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - December 04, 2020
    What I’ve learned in 14 years of running a non-profit is that philanthropy is one of the most racist sectors of society, competing neck and neck with the criminal justice, education and the health care systems in America.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - December 02, 2020
    Chicago Peace Fellows launched the Mutual Aid Collaborative as a model of shared leadership, collaborative decision-making and collective action to support our communities through the twin epidemics of COVID-19 and violence.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - August 09, 2020
    On Sunday, August 9, Joseph Williams jumped into action to calm tensions when an officer-involved shooting on his block set off long simmering tensions between the community, police officers and advocates for racial justice from across the city.
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    Global Fellows - August 03, 2020
    "To the children: I pledge to do all I can do to make your lives safe, even if it means laying down my own life... We as a people must get involved to stop the bloodshed of our people. It doesn't matter the color. We're dying at an alarming rate and we must take a stand now."
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - May 03, 2020
    On Sunday, May 3rd the Chicago Peace Fellows launched the Peace Flowers campaign by delivering over 75 flower bouquets to mothers that have lost children to violence.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - April 08, 2020
    The Chicago Peace Fellows hosted a conversation with Metropolitan Family Services (MFS) to learn about three critical strategies for reducing violence in Chicago, including the Communities Partnering for Peace (CP4P), the Metropolitan Peace Academy, and Lights in the Night.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - March 26, 2020
    On Thursday, March 26, the Chicago Peace Fellows participated in a workshop titled ‘Violence as an Adaptive Challenge’ with staff members at the University of Chicago Medical Center’s Violence Recovery team. This is the second workshop in the GATHER course, and the Fellows discussed issues related to solving complex, amorphous problems in the communities they serve.