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When We Were South Street Journal. Chicago Street Journal for March 18, 2018.

On August 1, 2013, South Street Journal (SSJ) became Chicago Street Journal (CSJ) . For the new readers, you will see just a taste SSJ from the old days. For the older readers, you may recognize some of the old faces and headlines from the past. Sonja Cassandra Perdue Associate Publisher - Digital 773-998-1925

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February 2 March 2018 2017 Chicago Street Journal 2018 Candidate's Questioner Chicago is a diverse city with a rich history and it deserves a robust, local paper that provides stories about local people and the community issues that inspire and create anticipation for readers. Although African American interest is still at the core of what we cover, these questions are still for a city-wide platform to provide our readers with the creditable work in partnership with the office you seek. 1. What one skill makes you the most qualified candidate for this elected office? 2. Do you agree with Governor Candidate Chris Kennedy and Cook Commissioner Richard Boykin that there has been strategic moving of African Americans in the City of Chicago to any extent? If so, please provide examples. If not, can you explain the disenfranchisement of African Americans in Chicago? 3. Would you support legislation of the Black Wall Street platform as in HB bill 27 [October 14, 2009] SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 432? 4.a How would you describe your own working style with the political party you represent and with the opposition party? 4.b What is the difference between a conservative and liberal? 5. If any, what one item do you agree with on President Donald Trump's agenda and what do you disagree on? 6. If (re)elected, what is the first thing you would tackle in this office? 7. Why do candidates use the term “representing the middle class” as opposed to the lower income persons? 8. Are you in favor of parity based on a geographical racial area in contract procurement and how would you address parity? 9. Are you in favor of term limits or not? If so, for which offices? 10. Do you believe that the Obama Foundation should have a Community Benefits Agreement? Thank you for taking the time to respond. Ron Carter, Publisher and Editor Chicago Street Journal 773-595-5229

Chicago Street Journal March February August 2018 2017 3 CALUMET CITY - Queen Academy is now in search of a business owner who can mentor their girls about what it takes to run/own a business. They serve girls of color ages 8 to 14 by offering over 20 courses including self-esteem building, hair care, financial literacy, modeling, and creative writing. If you'd be interested in joining their family, you can commit to teaching once a month for 45 minutes. Contact them at their website at CHILDREN - 14K empty shoes outside the US Capitol on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, to represent every child killed with a gun since the Sandy Hook Massacre. If we truly cared, would this be a news item? FREE CLOTHING - Everyone is Welcome and Everything is Free! The Lincoln Boutique Free Store located at 6454 S. Champlain in Chicago is inviting everyone to stop by on Saturdays from 1 PM to 4 PM. Hosted as an outreach ministry for Lincoln Memorial Congregational UCC church. GEORGIA – The more things change, the more they stay the same. Newly elected Mayor Rufus Davis of Camilla, GA was locked out of his own office for two years. And, if you visit the Mayor’s Facebook page, you can see the Civil War being played out in GA, on a smaller scale, as it is across our nation. FREE BOOK GIVEAWAYS – Are you a published author? Great! CSJ invites you to participate in our #FREE eBook Giveaway Series starting in April 2017. There is no charge for you to post your #FREE eBook giveaway for April and May in our next edition. Click HERE for details. Or follow CSJ on Facebook to stay up-to-date. SOUTH AFRICA – Newly elected South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced his intent to redistribute land, now owned by white farmers. A November audit showed that 73% of farmland was still owned by whites, two decades after the end of apartheid. A 1913 land act stripped most Black South Africans of their rights to own land. (Similar to the laws enacted by the Europeans upon the African and Native Indians on this continent, denying access to the same resources, the reason for continued generations of poverty.) Health Care Professionals? Call 773-998-1925 to be in the next edition of CSJ or visit www.CSJads.INFO. Chicago Street Journal Advertising Sales Rep This is an outstanding opportunity, selling advertising (print, online): • Initiate sales and marketing calls to prospective or current clients and documents sales efforts • Our ideal candidate must be a self-motivated overachiever with a strong desire to succeed. • Prior sales experience, developing both new accounts and servicing existing accounts is preferred. • Highly disciplined, independent, entrepreneurial, confident, well organized self-starter • Compensation, Base Salary Negotiable. Call 773 595 5229 Publisher and Editor: Ron Carter Associate Publisher: Sonja Cassandra Perdue Chicago Street Journal 8036 S. Cottage Grove, Chicago, IL 60619. E-mail: 773.595.5229 For delivery direct to your inbox. Columbia University South Street Journal archive: Archived by Columbia University’s Urban Research Workshop (URW), back issues from 1993 to 2006 of Chicago Street Journal’s predecessor, the South Street Journal, were donated to provide material for URW students to collaboratively research themes such as gentrification, racism, political affairs, and youth development. CSJ is free, except special request drop offs and street sales where a $1 donation is requested. Copyright 2014. All rights reserved. CSJ assumes no responsibility to return unsolicited editorial or graphic material. All rights in letters and unsolicited editorial Ron Carter, Publisher and Editor

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