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WE WOULD L I KE TO THANK
THE PEOP L E AND
ORG.AN IZAT I ON£:, MENT I ONED
THROUG.HOUT
THE BOOK FOR THE WORK THEY HAVE DONE
AND
CONT I NUE TO BR I NG, ABOUT
J"U£:.TICE
W ITH I N AND OUT£:, I DE OF THE£:,E UNIVER£:, ITY
WALL-£:.. WE A L-£:.0 RECOG.NIZE
AND
THANK
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BEFORE
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NOT EVEN KNOW . I T lb A CA L-L. TO AC T ION FOR UCH ICAG.O b T UDENT£:, TO
HO L-D THE
UNIVERb tTY ACCOUNTABL-E
FOR
IT£:, WRONG.DO ING,£:, THAT
THE
ADM I NlbTRATION
ATTEMPT£:,
TO H IDE . WE PREbENT
TH I£:, KNOWL-EDG.E
NOT Ab
A WAY TO DEB I L-ITA T E YOU , B UT TO IN£:,P I RE YOU . THERE 1£:, A PL.A C E FOR YOU
TO J"O IN THEIR CAU£:.E . U£:.E YOUR PO£:. ITION A£:. A UCH ICAG.O £:,TUDENT To G.IVE
BACK
TO
COMMUN ITIEb
THAT
HAVE
BEEN
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bURVIVOR£:,
OF THE ACT ION£:, OF AN UNEMPATHETIC
INbT ITUT I ON . EMPOWER
YOURbEL-F
AND YOUR
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TO TAKE
UP. 1£:,£:.UE£:. THAT
YOU
BEL-IEV E ARE WORTH FIG.HT ING. FOR .

WE' RE OUT HERE
SAV/Nt:i THE WORLD
• AND * HAV/Nt:i FUN!
ARE YOU t:iO/Nt:i TO
JOIN US OR WHAT?

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IN 1967, IN RE~PON~E TO WIDE~PREAD PROTE~T~ AGtAIN~T THE
VIETNAM
WAR, A FACUL.TY COMMITTEE
CHAIRED
BY L.AW
PROFE~~OR HARRY KAI.-VEN PRODUCED WHAT WOUL.D COME To
BE KNOWN A~ THE KA I.-VE,N R EP OR T. IN J"U~T TWO PAGtE~, THE
REPORT OUTL.INE~ THE UNIVER~ITY'~ ''ROL.E IN POL.ITICAL. AND
~OCIAL. ACTION.'' THE REPORT ARGtUE~ THAT THE UNIVER~ITY I~ AN
IN~TITUTION THAT EXIG,TG, TO PROMOTE
FREE INQUIRY AND, """"""""""
THU~, CANNOT (IN MO~T CA~E~) TAKE A ~TANCE ON POL.ITICAL.
l~~UE~ WITHOUT J"EOPARDIZINGt THAT CORE VAL.UE. IT CONCL.UDED
THAT THERE I~ A ''HEAVY PRE~UMPTION AGtAIN~T THE UNIVER~ITY
TAKING, CoL-L-ECTIVE ACTION OR EXPRE~~ING, OPINION~ ON THE
POL.ITICAL. AND ~OC IAL. l~~UE~ OF THE DAY, OR MODIFYING, IT~
CORPORATE ACTIVITIE~ TO FO~TER ~OCIAL. OR POL.ITICAL. VAL.UE~,
HOWEVER COMPEL.L.ING, AND APPEAL.ING, THEY MAY BE.''
WHIL-E THI~ ~TATEMENT MAY ~EEM AGtREEABL.E IN PRINCIPL-E, UNIVER~ITY ADMINl~TRATOR~
HAVE Hl~TORICAL.L-Y REL-IED ON THE REPORT To 3'1.JG,TIFYINACTION IN THE FACE OF
HORRENDOU~ HUMAN RIGtHT~ ABU~E~. UCHICAGtO WA~ ONE OF THE ~MA L-I.. HANDFUL- OF
UNIVER~ITIE~ THAT REFIJG,EO TO OIVEG,T IT~ ENDOWMENT FUND~ FROM COMPANIE~
DOING, BU~INE~~ WITH APARTHEID ~OUTH AFRICA, CONTINUING, TO PROVIDE TACIT FINANCIAL.
BACKING, TO THE APARTHEID REGtlME WEL.L. INTO THE 1980~. MORE RECENTL.Y, THE KAL.VEN
REPORT HA~ BEEN CITED TO J"U~TIFY A REFU~AL. TO DIVE~T FROM COMPANIE~ DOING,
BU~INE~~ IN DARFUR, FROM THE WORL.D'~ L.ARGtE~T FO~~IL. FUEL- COMPANIE~ , AND FROM
COMPANIE~ THAT PROFIT FROM THE I~8AEL.1 OCCUPATION OF THE WE~T BANK AND GtAZA.
WHIL.E THI~ INACTION I~ IT~EL.F A POL.ITICAL. PO~ITION, AOMIN/G,TRATORG, HAVE NOT

G,EEN THI& A& VIOI.-ATING THE G,PIRIT OF THE KAI.-VEN REPORT .

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t.ITICG. o
OF TH:te. !

OH , REALLY,
CAPTAIN HYPOCRISY?
&£. 60AC: TO TE.L.t..

CON~ERVA TIVE £70/YOR~
,: &AID ''HEl.-~a.,.

THE REPORT IT~ELF ACKNOWLED~E~
THAT
IT~ CONCLU~ION~ ~HOULD NOT BE AB~OLUTE,
RECO~NIZIN~
THAT
IN
"£XC£PTIONAtlN~TANC£ ~ 11 THE
UNIVER~ITY'~
FINANCIAL
ENTAN~LEMENT~
''MAY
APPEAR
~o

INCOMPATIS/,E
WITH
PARAMOIJNT
G,OCIA/, VAl,IJEG, A~ To REQUIRE CAREFUL
A~~E~~MENT
OF
THE
CON~EQUENCE~."
KALVEN'~ NOTE~ ~U~~E~T THAT THI~ WA~
INTEN DED TO ALLOW HOT-BUTTON l~~UE~
(LIKE FO~~IL
FUEL DIVE~TMENT)
TO BE
RE~OLVED ON A C~E-BY-CA~E
BA~I~. TO
THE BE~T OF OUR KNOWLED~E, THERE HA~
NEVER
BEEN
A
CA~E
IN WHICH
THE
ADMINl~TRATION HA~ PUBLICLY INVOKED THI~
CLAU~E
TO
'7"U~TIFY ANY
DIVE~TMENT
DECl~ION.

lJCHICAGO
Al/MIN

•..CAN YOU FOR
ONCE PRIORITIZE
HUMAN BEING,~
OVER MONEY?

WHY

'

THEHELL
WOULD I DO

THAT?

PROFEG,G,OR 3'0HN HOPE FRANKi,IN ,
THE ONLY ~URVIVIN~ MEMBER
OF THE
1967 COMMITTEE, CALLED THE ~ITUATION
IN DARFUR ••~o TRA~IC THAT IT QUALIFIE~
A~ THE EXCEPTIONAL IN~TANCE WHERE ...
DIVE~TMENT
I~ CON~l~TENT
WITH THE
CORE VAWE~ OF OUR REPORT,'' BUT THI~
WA~ NOT ENOU~H TO CONVINCE THE
ADMINl~TRATION
TO DIVE~T. ~IVEN THAT
APARTHEIO AND (J,ENOCIOE HAVE NOT
BEEN RECO~NIZED
A~
''INCOMPATIBLE
WITH PARAMOUNT ~OC IAL VALUE~,•• IT I~
~TILL AN OPEN QUE~TION WHAT, EXACTLY,
QUALIFIE~
A~
AN
''EXCEPTIONAL
IN~TANCE.''

IN ~ENERAL, THE REPORT DOE~ NOT APPEAR TO
~UIDE UNIVER~ITY DECl~ION-MAKIN~.
IN~TEAD, IT
I~
U~ED
To
RETROACTIVE!,Y
3'/JG,TIFY
WHATEVER DECl~ION~
THE ADMINl~TRATION
HA~
ALREADY MADE, WITH NO OPPORTIJNITY FOR
G,TIJOENT OR FAC/Ji,TY OVERG,l(J,HT OF THE
UNIVER~ITY'~
FINANCIAL
DEALIN~~WHEN THE
UNIVER~ITY
Wl~HE~
TO EN~A~E
IN POLITICAL
ACTIVITY, IT CHOO~E~ TO l~NORE THE REPORT. THE
KALVEN REPORT HA~ CERTAINLY NOT HINDERED
THE UNIVER~ITY IN IT~ A~~RE~~IVE
EFFORT~ TO
~HAPE
THE CHARACTER
OF G,IJRRO/JNOIN(J,
NEl(J,HSORHOOOG, , DECl~ION~ WITH PROFOUND
~OCIAL AND POLIT ICAL IMPLICATION~ .

WHEN THE UNIVER~ITY APPOINTED A NEW VICE
PRE~IDENT FOR CIVIC EN~A~EMENT
IN 2008 WITH
THE EXPLICIT ~OAL OF LOBBYIN~ ON BEHALF OF
CHICA~o•~ BID FOR THE 2016 OLYMPIC ~AME~, THE
REPORT '~ CLAIM THAT ''[THE UNIVER~ITY] I~ NOT A
LOBBY'' NEVER ENTERED
THE Dl~CU~~ION.
BY
CONTRA~T, WHEN THE ADMINl~TRATION DOE~ NOT
Wl~H
FOR
PROFE~~OR~
AND
~TUDENT~
TO
INFLUENCE
HOW THE
UNIVER~ITY'~
FINANCE~
OPERATE, THEY ~IMP LY INVOKE THE REPORT

TO ENO THE OEBATE .

WHERE rN THE WORLl' r&
YOUR MONEY GorNG?
• •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

1) WHAT I~ A BUDG,ET?
A
BUDG,ET
I~
A
1.-l~T OF
PRIORITIE~.
ANY
TIME
THE
UNIVER~ITY MAKE~ A DEClblON
ABOUT WHAT TO bPEND MONEY
• • •
• • • • • • •
ON AND HOW MUCH MONEY TO
• • • • • • • • • •

• • •
• • • • • • •

• • • • • • •
bPEND,
IT lb IMPORTANT
TO
• • • • • • • • • •
UNDERbTAND WHAT MATTERb TO
THEM, WHObE PRIORITIEb
ARE
TAKEN
INTO
CONblDERATION,
AND
HOW THEbE
DEClblONb
IMPACT EVERYONE El-bE IN HYDE
PARK AND (G,AbP!) AROUND THE
WORI.-D.
WHEN YOU COME TO UCHICAG,O, UNDERbTANDING, THAT ABOUT
THE BUDG,ET lb CRUCIAL- FOR UNDERbTANDING,
WHAT
HAPPENb,
WHAT DOEbN'T
HAPPEN, AND HOW TO TAKE
CONTROL- OF THE NARRATIVE.

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2) WHO'~ WHO IN THE G,AME?
UOFC'b BUDG,ET lb, ON PAPER, $2>.7 Bll-1.-ION, COMING, FROM THE ENDOWMENT, TUITION
PAYMENTb (40%),
AND DONATIONb.
THE ENDOWMENT
lb THE 1.-ARG:iEbT AND MObT
CONbTANT bOURCE OF REVENUE. IT lb EbbENTIAl-1.-Y A VERY l-ARG,E bUM OF MONEY (l-lKE,
$8.2 Bll-1.-ION 1.-ARG,E)IN A BANI-'! ACCOUNT, AND THE ANNUAL- INTER~T OF THAT bUM G,OEb
TOWARDb THE BUDG,ET.. IN ADDITION, TUITION PAYMENTb Fl-OW INWARDb TO FUND THE
UNIVERblTY; WHEN TUITION G,OEb UP, THERE'b MORE MONEY TO BE bPENT (IN WAYb THAT
ARE WOEFUl.-1.-Y OPAQUE TO THE bTUDENT BODY). THE l-AbT bOURCE OF REVENUE lb
DONATIONb;
WE'RE TAI.-KING, bMAl.-1.-, MEDIUM, BIG,, AND HUG,E. Al-THOUG,H bMAl-1.DONATIONb, WHICH THE UNIVERblTY TIREI.-Ebbl-Y bOl-lCITb FROM Al-UMNAE AND FAMll-lEb,
MATTER, THEY PAI.-E IN COMPARlbON TO THE Mll-l-lON-DOl.-1.-AR-Pl-Ub
AMOUNTb THAT THE
UNIVE Rbl TY RECEIVEb FROM PEOPI.-E RANG,ING, FROM AFFI.-UENT Al-UMNI TO UNAFFII.-IATED
FOUNDATIONb. OFTEN, THEbE BIG,-TICKET DONORb ARE CONNECTED TO PEOPI.-E ON THE
BOARD OF TRUbTEEb , bOMETIMEb
BEING, ONE AND THE S.AME .

·-••••~
··.·
•• •

•• • • •

DEClblONb ABOUT HOW THAT MONEY ENDb
UP G,ETTING, Al-1.-0CATED COME DOWN TO
THE PREblDENT,
ROBERT
ZIMMER,
THE
DEAN OF THE COl.-1.-EG,E,iTOHN BOYER, THE
PROVObT, DANIEL- DIEP.MEIER, THE BOARD,
AND VARIOUb OTHER MEMBERb OF bENIOR
ADMINlbTRATION.
THE FACUI.-TY, NOTABI.-Y,
HAVE bOME bAY IN THEbE DEClblONb, BUT
NOT TO THE EXTENT THAT ADMINlbTRATORb
DO. THE bTUDENTb, IRONICAl.-1.-Y,HAVE VERY
1.-IMITED bAY IN HOW THEIR TUITION lb
bPENT,
DEbPITE
CONTRIBUTING,
TO A
blG,NIFICANT PORTION OF THE UNIVERblTY'b
ANNUAL- REVENUE.

3) WHY OOES IT MATTER,

OR: WHAT SHOIJLO A IJNIVERSITY LOOK LIKE?

Ab NEW bTUDENTb OF A 'PREbTIG>IOUb' INbTITUTION, AbK YOURbEl..F: WHAT bHOUl..D A
UNIVERblTY
l..OOK l..lKE? WHAT FACIL.ITIEb, WHAT bUPPORT bTRUCTUP.Eb, AND WHAT
CONNECTIONb bHOUL.D IT HAVE WITH 1Tb CONbTITUENTb? HOW CAN IT ENbURE THAT 1Tb
COMMUNITY'b
MENTAL., PHYb lCAL., EMOTIONAL., AND bPIRITUAL. HEAL.TH NEEDb ARE
ADDREbbED?
WHAT KINDb OF bPACEb
DOEb IT CREATE FOR MINORITY bTUDENTb
NAVIG>ATING>bTRUCTUREb OF POWER TO CONG>REG>ATEAND TO HEAL.? Ab AN INbT ITUTION
DEDICATED TO EDUCATION AND THE G>ENERATION OF KNOWL.EDG>E, HOW bHOUL.D IT TREAT
1Tb WORKERb? IF THE UNIVERblTY PRIORITIZEb 1Tb bTUDENTb AND 1Tb COMMUNITIEb, WHAT
bHOUL.D 1Tb POL.ICIEb AND BUDG>ETARY NOTEb BE?
AbK YOURbEl..F, TOO, WHAT A UNIVERblTY bHOUL.D NOT l..OOK l..lKE. bHOUL.D IT l..OOK l..lKE
WEAPONIZED AND l..ETHAL. POL.ICING, OF AN AREA Al..MObT TWICE THE blZE OF THE
UNIVERblTY'b
CAMPUb?
bHOUL.D IT REbPOND
TO MENTAL. HEA L.TH CRlbEb
IN THE
COMMUNITY WITH l..ETHAL. FOP.CE? bHOUL.D IT l..OOK l..lKE THE G>ENTRIFICATION AND
OWNERbHIP OF PROPERTIEb
BEL.ONG>INC:, TO BL.ACK HOUbEHOl..Db AND BUblNEbbEb?
bHOUL.D IT BE UNDERPAYING> 1Tb INbTRUCTORb AND CONTINUAL.l..Y DENY ING>THEM THE RIG>HT
TO UNIONIZE AND NEG>OTIATE FAIRER WAG>Eb? bHOUL.D IT BUIL.D MEG>ADORMb AFTER
MEG>ADORMb, EXPANDING, bOUTH OF 61bT bTREET IN VIOL.ATION OF A L-ONG>bTANDINC:,
AG>REEMENT THAT IT HAb MADE TO THE WOODL-AWN COMMUNITY? TO ECHO OUR FIRbT
QUEbTION: WHObE PR IOP.ITIEb bHOUL.D OUR UNIVERblTY VALUE, AND WHObE CONCEP.Nb
DOEb IT ACTUAL-L-Y PRIORITIZE?
WHEN FUNDING> FOR ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTb AND PROG>RAMb L.IKE CUL.TURAL. CENTERb
OR A TRAUMA
CENTER
G>ETb PAbbED
OVER OR bl..AbHED , AND AN EXPENblVE
CONbTRUCTION PP.OvECT BEG>INb, THE UNIVERblTY lb ARTICUL-ATING> THE VAL-UEb OF THE
PEOPL-E AT THE TOP. FOR EXAMPL-E, CUTTING> FUNDING> THAT DIRECTL-Y bUPPORTED FG>L-I
bTUDENTb
AND bTUDENTb
OF COL-OR HAb BEEN BAL.ANCED BY INCREAblNC:, THE
WEAPONlbED FOP.CE OF UCPD AND THE CONbTRUCTION OF A MEG>ADORM ~OUTH OF THE
MIDWAY ON WOODL-AWN AND 60TH.
UCPD, IN PARTICULAR, I~ A blG>NIFICANT ITEM IN THE UNIVER~ITY'~ BUDG>ET. IT lb THE
~ECOND L-ARG>E~T PRIVATE POL-ICE FORCE IN THE WORL.D, AND IT I~ ONE OF THE FIR~T
MIL-ITARIZED UNIVER~ITY POL-ICE FORCE . DEbPITE IT~ MANPOWER AND FIREPOWER, ~ INCE
UCPD I~ A PRIVATE POL.ICE FORCE, THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA) DOE~ NOT
APPL-Y TO IT--THAT MEAN~, THE PUBL.IC CANNOT MAKE REQUE~T~ FOR IT~ RECORD~ (bUCH
A~ TRAINING>~, REPORT~ , BUDG>ET AL-L-OCATION, VIDEO FOOTAG>E, AUDIO RECORD ING,~ , AND
MORE.) THU~, IT PATROL-~ 15,000 ~TUDENT~ AND 50,000
HOU~EHOL.D~ IN THE ~OUTH ~IDE
WITH AB~OL-UTEL-Y NO ACCOUNTABIL.ITY.

A BUDG>ET THAT PRIORITIZE~
THI~ L.EVEL- OF
VIOL.ENCE
AND
TRAUMA
TOWARD~
A
COMMUNITY I~ A VAL-UE ~ET, COMING> FROM THE
UNIVER~ITY'~
ADMINl~TRATION,
THAT
PRIORITIZE~
VIOL-ENCE IN PL-ACE OF HEAL-ING>
AND
G>ROWTH,
PUNITIVE
IN~TEAD
OF
RE~TORATIVE
vU~TICE,
AND
PROPERTIE~,
A~~ET~,
AND PRE~TIG>E IN~TEAD
OF L-IVING>,
BREATHING> HUMAN BEING>~. :CT I~ A ~ET OF
PRIORITIE~
THAT ~HOUL-D NOT EXl~T AT AN
EDUCATIONAL- IN~TITUTION.

'I) HOW 170 WE FIGHT SACK?
TH£ 6HORT AN6W£R:

ORGANIZE

THE
PEOPL-E,
UNITED,
CAN
NEVER BE DIVIDED, AND IF WE
WANT TO CHAN~E
THE WAY
THAT
AN
IN~TITUTION
L-IKE
UCHICA~O WORK~, WE HAVE TO
WORK TO~ETHER.
HERE ARE
~OME ON~OIN~ CAMPAl~N~ ON
CAMPU~.

FAIR

81.)00,ET

IJCI-IICA(},,O, A

CAMPAl~N
WITHIN UCHICA~O
~TUDENT
ACTION
OR~ANIZE~ AROUND THE UNDER~TANDIN~ THAT A BUD~ET I~ A L-l~T OF PRIORITIE~, AND
THE WAY TO BUIL-D A MORE DEMOCRATIC, ACCE~~IBL-E, EQUITABL-E CAMPU~ I~ TO
CREATE A BUD~ET THAT REFL-ECT~ ~TUDENT NEED~ NOT TO WEAL-THY AL-UMNI AND
TRU~TEE IDEA~. WITH THE PRO~PECT OF NEW WEL-L-NE~~ CENTER IN THE NEAR FUTURE,
AND CON~TRUCTION UNDERWAY, IT I~ A CRITICAL- TIME TO BUIL-D ~TUDENT POWER.

#CARENOTCOPG,

(CNC) I~ A CAMPAl~N CREATED THE Nl~HT THAT UCPD ~HOT A
~TUDENT DURIN~ A MENTAL- HEAL-TH CRl~I~.
CNC I~ COMMITTED
TO BUil-DiN~
AL-TERNATIVE~ TO POL-ICIN~ IN BETTER HEAL-TH ~ERVICE~ AND COMMUNITY BUil-DiN~, A~
WEL-L-A~ EDUCATIN~ THE COMMUNITY ON UCHICA~o•~ IMPACT ON THE ~OUTH ~IDE. READ
THEIR DEMAND~ HERE.

G,TIJOENTG, WORK/NO, A(},,A/NG,T PRIG,ON (~WAP ) I~ A ~TUDENT ~ROUP WHICH AIM~
TO EDUCATE THE COMMUNITY ON THE PRl~ON-INDU~TRIAL- COMPL-EX, OFFER ~UPPORT
TO PR l~ONER€., AND UL-TIMATEL-Y ~EVER UCHICA~O'~ TIE~ TO PRl~ON~.

A,:;,,:;,EN,:;,lJM:
WE CAN'T TRlJG,TOlJR TRlJG,TEE&
FOP. A FUL-L- L-l~T OF TP.U~TEE~, ~EE HEP.E.

WE MUST ENC DEMOCRACY ANO CIV!LIZATlON FOREVER!

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THE
UNIVER~ITY
OF
CHICAG,O I~ G,OVERNED BY
A 55-MEMBER
BOARD OF
TF.U~TEE~ WHO, AMONG,
OTHER RE~PON~IBIL-IT IE~,
• INFL-UENCE THE ~CHOOL!~
BUDG,ET. THE TRU~TEE~
' ARE L-AF.G,EL-Y WEAL-THY
. AND POWERFUL- PEOPL-E,
.. MANY
OF WHOM HAVE
, POL.ITICAL- INFL-UENCE IN
~ CHICAG,O
AND
BEYOND •

BETWEEN
THE
55
OF
, THEM ,
OUR
TF.U~TEE~
HAVE CONTRIBUTED VA~T
AMOUNT~ TO NUMEROU~
CON~ERVATIVE POL-IT ICALCAMPAIG,N~,
BACKED
AU~TERITY
ME~URE~
THF.OUG,HOUT THE ~TATE,
AND EVEN PROFITED OFF
G,ENOCIDE . HERE ARE A
FEW HIG,HL-IG,HT~.

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OF THE UCHICAG,O ECONOMICb
DEPARTMENT, I~ THE CEO OF CITADEL. AND THE RICHE~T MAN IN IL.L.INOI~. HE WA~
FOF.MER-G,OVEF.NOF. BRUCE RAUNER'~ TOP CAMPAIG,N CONTRIBUTOR, AND DONATED AT
L.EA~T $36 M IL.L-ION TO EL-ECTING, THE REPUBL.ICAN G,OVEF.NOF. WHO~E INFAMOU~ BUDG,ET
~HUTDOWN DE~TF.OYED L-IVE~ ACF.O~~ THE ~TATE (~EE ~ECTION 7).

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OF F.G,G,'~ CF.OWN HOU~E, I~ A
DIRECTOR OF 0-P MOF.G,AN CHA~E AND CO. , ~ARA L.EE, AND G,ENEF.AL. DYNAMIC~. THE
L.ATTER PRODUCE~ MANY OF THE WEAPON~ THAT ARE U~ED IN THE ~AUDI WAR ON YEMEN,
INCL.UDING, A BOMB THAT KIL.L.ED 26 CHIL.DREN AND WOUNDED AT L.EA~T 19 MORE. A~ OF
0-UNE, G,ENERAL- DYNAMIC~ MADE $124 MIL-L-ION ON WEAPON~ ~OL-D TO ~AUDI ARABIA .

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G,TEVE G,TEVANOVICH : ~TEVANOV ICH I~ THE DIRECTOR OF ~G,~ G,L.OBAL. HOL.DING,~,
WHICH CONTROL.~ THE INVE~TMENT~ OF NUMEF.OU~ COMPAN IE~. IN AUG,U~T 2018 , THE
CHICAG,O MAROON PUBL.l~HED AN EXPO~E OF ~TEVANOVICH'b
F INANCIAL. ~CHEME~,
POTENT IAL- FF.AUD, AND EN~UING, L.EG,AL. BATTL.E~. ~TEVANOVICH HAD PL-EDG,ED 17
MIL-L-ION DOL-L-AF.~ TO THE UNIVEF.~ITY OF CHICAG,O, BUT WA~ UNABL-E TO FOL.L.OW
THF.OUG,H DUE TO HI~ L-INKb TO MUL-TIPL-E PONZI ~CHEM~
. IN A ~TATEMENT , THE
UNIVER~ITY ~AID bTEVANOVICH REMAINED A ''VAL.LIED TF.U~TEE. 11

BYRON TROTT: BYRON TROTT I~ THE FORMER VICE CHAIRMAN OF G,OL-DMAN bACH~,
AND THE FOUNDER OF BOT CAPITAL.. HE I~ KNOWN A~ THE "B IL.L.IONAIRE~ BANKER," WITH
CL-IENT~ ~UCH A~ ROB WAL.TON, TOM PRITZKER, AND WARF.EN BUFFET. ACCORDING, TO
FORTUNE MAG,AZINE, THE YEAR THE FINANCIAL- MARKET~ AL.MO~T COL.L.AP~ED WA~ ONE
OF THE BE~T OF TROTT '~ CAREER. HE HA~ CONTR IBUTED TO NIJMEF.OU~ F.EPUBL-ICAN
AND DEMOCRATIC POL.IT ICAL. CAMPAIG,N~ .

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orVESTMENT??

THE POl-lTIC& OF THE KAl-VEN REPORT,
·.· Dl&CU&&E
·.·. IN CHAPTER ONE, HAVE A REACH MUCH
FURTHER
THAN HYDE PARK AND CHICAG,O, AND OFTEN
FURTHER THAN THE NATION AT l-AP.G,E. DE&PITE
THE
REPORT'& Cl-AU&E THAT THE UNIVEP.&ITY'& MAY DIVE&T OP.
MAKE
OTHER
&UCH
POl-lTICAl&TATEMENT&
IN
"EXCEPTIONAlCIP.CUM&TANCE&,"
THE UNIVEP.&ITY HA&
NEVER INVOKED &AID Cl-AU&E IN IT& DECl&ION MAKING,.
IN&TEAD,
THE UNIVEP.&ITY HA& U&ED IT& ''APOl-lTICAL.!'
PP.INCIPl-E&
IN DEFEN&E
OF IT& OWN QUE&TIONABl-E
FINANCIAl- DEAl-lNG,&, IN AND OUT OF THE COUNTRY. EVEN
WHEN OUR PEEP. IN&TITUTION& l-lKE cot...UMBIA UNIVEP.&ITY
AND HARVARD UNIVEP.&ITY DIVE&TED FROM APARTHEID IN
&OUTH AFRICA , UCHICAG,O IN&l&TED ON PROFITING, FROM
THE P.ACl&T, &EG,P.AG,IONl&T P.EG,IME.

E&RAEL/PALE&TENE
ONE PAP.TICUl-AP.l-Y PROMINENT
l&&UE, BOTH (:,l-OBAl-l-Y
AND IN TERM& OF
ON-CAMPU&
OP.C:JANIZATION&, I& THAT OF I&P.AEl-/PAl-E&TINE
. TO &UM UP THE
l&&UE AND Al-l- IT& NUANCE IN iTU&T A FEW PAP.AG,P.APH& WOUl-D BE, TO PUT IT
Bl-UNTl-Y, NEAP.l-Y IMPO&&IBl-E.
P.EG,AP.Dl-E&&, THE &ITUATION IN THE P.EG,ION
TODAY 1& AN ONC:JOING,HUMANITARIAN CP.1&1&, WITH FREQUENT CA&UAl-TIE& AND
Cl-A&HE& A& MORE PAl-E&TINIAN TERRITORY I& &ETTl-ED . THE UNIVEP.&ITY HA&
G,ENEP.Al-l-Y ACTED ON THI& l&&UE A& THEY HAVE ON Al-l- OTHER& P.EG,AP.DING,
THEIR C:,l-OBAl- INVE&TMENT&--BY
PRETENDING, THAT ''INACTION'' 1& &OMEHOW
APOl-lTICAl-, OP. THAT CHANG,ING, NOTHING, l&N'T, IN AND OF IT&El-F, CHOO&ING, TO
BE ACTIVEl-Y
COMPl-lCIT.
&TUDENT
C:JOVEP.NMENT PA&&ED
A P.E&Ol-UTION
RECOMMENDING, Dl&INVE&TMENT
IN 201.6 , A P.E&Ol-UTION THAT THE UNIVEP.&ITY
PUBl-lCl-Y P.EiTECTED BY P.El-EA&lt:,t(;, A &TATEMENT ON IT& PO&ITION AG,AIN&T
DIVE&TMENT l-E&& THAN A DAY AFTER THE VOTE WA& HEl-D. IN l-lG,HT OF THI&,
AND IN l-lC:JHT OF Al-l- OF THE UNIVEP.&ITY'& OTHER QUE&TIONABl-E INTEP.NATIONAlP.El-ATION&HIP&, l-l&TED AT THE END OF THI& &ECTION ARE OP.G,ANIZATION& THAT
&PEAK OUT AND TAKE ACTION WHERE THE UNIVEP.&ITY P.EFU&E&.

THERE I& A l-OT OF Dl&COUP.&E ABOUT THE I&P.AEl-/PAl-E&TINE
CONFl-lCT ON THE
UCHICAC:JO CAMPU&, AND &EVEP.Al- &TUDENT OP.G,ANIZATION& ARE DEDICATED TO
THE l&&UE. Al-MO&T Al-l- OF THEM, AND CEP.TAINl-Y THE ONE& THAT IDENTIFY A&
BEING, ON THE l-EFT, ACKNOWl-EDG,E
I&P.AEL!&
ONC:JOING, OCCUPATION OF
PAl-E&TINIAN TERRITORY. I&P.AEl- HA& OCCUPIED WE&T BANK AND C:JAZA FOP. OVER
50 YEAR&. ANOTHER PP.E&CIENT FACT P.EG,AP.DING,THE CONFl-lCT 1& THE ONG,OING,
E&CAl-ATION
OF THAT OCCUPATION ON THE PART OF I&P.AEL!&
CUP.RENT
P.IC:JHT-WINC:J
G,OVEP.NMENT, U&UAl-l-Y IN THE FORM OF I&P.AEl-1 &ETTl-EMENT&.
AT
TIME OF WRITING,, I&P.AEl-1 PRIME MINl&TEP. BENiTAMIN NETANYAHU HA& Pl-EDG,ED
TO ANNEX A THIRD OF THE WE&T BANK IF P.EEl-ECTED .

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PRE&CRIPTION&
FOR DE-E&CAL-ATING. THE CONFL-ICT, 1.-ET AL-ONE
RE&OL-VING. IT, ARE EXTREMEL-Y VARIED AND NUANCED, EVEN ON THE
POL-ITICAL- 1.-EFT. REG.ARDL-E&&, THERE ARE A FEW THING.& TO KNOW THAT
CAN HEL-P YOU AVOID J:&L-AMOPHOBIA AND ANTl&EMITl&M
WHIL-E TAL-KING. ABOUT
THE&E l&&UE& ON CAMPO&.
J:T'& IMPORTANT TO BE ABL-E TO &EPARATE THE &TATE OF J:&RAEL- FROM iTEW& IN
G.ENERAL-. NOT AL-I.- CRITICl&M OF J:&RAEL- 1& ANTl&EMITIC.
J:N FACT, MANY iTEW&
(INCL-UDING. J:&RAEL-1 iTEW&) ARE EXTREMEL-Y
CRITICAL- OF THE I:&RAEL-1
G.OVERNMENT AND DO IMPORTANT WORK IN COMBATING. THE OCCUPATION.
''J:.&RAEL-1&,'' ''iTEW&,'' AND ''ZIONl&T&'' AL-I.- MEAN DIFFERENT THING.& AND ARE NOT
INTERCHANG.EABL-E
TERM&.
THE IDEA THAT AL-I.- iTEW& UNCONDITIONAL-1.-Y
&UPPORT J:&RAEL- 1.-EAD& TO &OME DANG.EROU& AND EVEN ANTl-&EMITIC
TROPE&.
ANOTHER COMMON TROPE I& THAT OF '' DUAL- L.OYAL-TY,'' THE IDEA THAT AMERICAN
iTEW& CAN'T TRUL-Y BE AMERICAN BECAU&E THEY HAVE TO BE 1.-0YAL- TO THE
&TATE OF J:&RAEL- A& WEL-1.. THI& I& PRETTY OBVIOU&L-Y FAL.&E; A& WE KNOW BY
NOW, 1.-0T& OF iTEW& DON'T 1.-IKE J:&RAEL- VERY MUCH, AND EVEN AMERICAN iTEW&
WHO ARE MORE PRO-J:&RAEL- AREN'T &UBiTECT TO IT& L-AW& OR ANYTHING. 1.-IKE
THAT (UNL-E&& THEY HAVE DUAL- CITIZEN&HIP). THE DUAL- 1.-0YAL-TY TROPE COME&
UP A L.OT IN REFERENCE TO iTEWl&H POL-ITICIAN& (BIZARREL-Y INCL-UDING. BERNIE
&ANDER&, WHO'& QUITE VOCAL- IN HI& CRITICl&M OF J:&RAEL-). J:T AL-&O BEAR&
&OME RE&EMBL.ANCE TO A &IMIL-AR ARG.UMENT THAT WA& ONCE COMMON ABOUT
CATHOL-IC POL.ITICIAN& AND THEIR &UPPO&ED 1.-0YAL-TY TO THE VATICAN.
1.-A&TL-Y, IT'& IMPORTANT TO AVOID TAL-KING. ABOUT "G.L-OBAL-l&T&,'' "iTEWl&H
MONEY,'' AND THING.& 1.-IKE THAT IN REFERENCE TO J:&RAEL-. THE&E &ORT& OF
WORD& INVOKE THE ANTl&EMITIC
IDEA THAT iTEW& ARE PART OF A RICH AND
POWERFUL- G.1.-0BAL- CABAL- OR CON&PIRACY, A DANG.EROU& TROPE THAT'&
FUEL-1.-ED MO&T OF THE ANTl&EMITl&M
IN THE 1.-A&T FEW CENTURIE&. AVOIDING.
THI& CAN <:.ET TRICKY, E&PECIAL-1.-Y WHEN TAL-KING. ABOUT THE PRO-J:&RAELINFL-UENCE ON AMERICAN POL-ITIC&. WHEN TAL-KING. ABOUT THE J:&RAEL- 1.-0BBY,
REMEMBER TO DRAW A Dl&TINCTION BETWEEN iTEW&, J:&RAEL-1&, AND ZIONl&T&,
AND TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THAT MANY PRO-J:&RAEL- <:.ROUP& AND 1.-0BBYl&T& ARE
CHRl&TIAN, NOT iTEWl&H.
A& WITH J:&RAEL-, IT'& IMPORTANT TO UNDER&TAND THAT THE PAL-E&TINIAN
NATIONAL- AUTHORITY AND HAMA& (ORG.ANIZATION& INVOL-VED WITH G.OVERNING.
THE WE&T BANK AND THE G.AZA &TRIP) ARE NOT REPRE&ENTATIVE
OF
PAL-E&TINIAN PEOPL-E, NOR CAN THEIR ACTION& BE CONFL-ATED WITH THE
&TRUG.G.L-E FOR PAL-E&TINIAN 1.-IBERATION. PAL-E&TINIAN&, ARAB&, AND MU&L-IM&
ARE THREE OVERL-APPING. BUT Dl&TINCT CATEG.ORIE&--A L-ARG.E POPUL-ATION OF
PAL-E&TINIAN&, BOTH IN Hl&TORIC PAL-E&TINE AND IN THE DIA&PORA,
ARE
CHRl&TIAN--&o
DON'T U&E THE TERM& INTERCHANG.EABL-Y OR A&&UME THAT
EVERYONE IN ANY OF THO&E CATEG.ORIE& &HARE&
OPINION& ABOUT THE
CONFL-ICT OR ANY OTHER l&&UE.

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GJRADUATION CEREMONY
IN 1 9 7S , THE VAI....EDICTORIAN WAb NEARI....Y
ARRE&TEO ON bTAGJE WHII....E GJIVINGJHER VAI....EDICTORIAN bPEECH . ACCORDING. TO AN
Al-UM (UNNAMED DUE TO bECURITY PURPObEb) WHO GJRADUATED THAT YEAR , HER bPEECH
WAb GJOINGJWEl.-1....UNTIi... THE VAI....EDICTORIAN AbKED THE AUDIENCE AN tJNEXPECTEO
DURING.

THE

QUE&TION .

YOU KNOW WHY AL-LTHE ~TREET~ ARE
ONE WAY?

TO KEEP THE Bl.ACK
CITIZENS IN THE
SIJRROIJNOING
NEIGHSORHOOO&
OIJT!

~HE PAU~ED WHII..E THE
AUDIE NCE I..OOKE D SAC K
AT HE R PUZZ I..ED.

•••bHE bHOUTED. THE AUDIENCE GJAbPED. THE ADMINlbTRATION blTTINGJ BEHIND HER l-OOKED
AT ONE ANOTHER IN bHOCK. THE Al-UMNI RECOL.l-ECTED HOW THE FACEb OF THE AUDIENCE
AND THE ~ECURITY WERE bURPRl~ED. THE VAL.EDICTO R IAN CONTINUED HER ~PEECH IN
TAL.KINGJABOUT THE UNIVER~ITY '~ REl-ATION~HIP WITH THE ~UTH ~IDE OF WHICH NOTHING
WAb EVER RECORDED OR DOCUMENTED.

IN 2019

THE HEADQUA RTE R~ OF A&SATA '&
OAIJGHTERS , A YOUTH-1....EDBL.ACK FEM INl~T
GJR OUP, W~
BURNED DOWN . THE FOL.l-OWINGJ
WAb PART OF THE IR ~TATF:.MENT Rf l-EA~E :

UCl<ICAC.0'!>

&1:1:N l'Rl:l'ING,ON
MINOf!mes FOR oec,,,oes.

He's A l</Lt.e l? WHOSe

Wl:AP()NSOF CHOlCI:AIU:
ll>ENTRIFICATION,
RACIAL. PROFI L.INll>•

ANDl!CPI'-

''THERE HAVE BEEN COUNTI....E~~ DEMOl-lTIONb
~TAY WOKE ,
TURNED TO 'VACANT l-OT~.' IT HA~ BEEN ~Ol-D
FOO L-~.
AWAY AND PREYED
UPON BY FORCE~
OF
GENTRIFICATION
AND Ol&Pl.ACEMENT
l-lKE THE IJNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO , WHO ...,....._..
~PENT MORE THAN $1S Mll.l.lON BUYING. UP
OVER 10 ACRE~ OF PROPERTY IN WA~HINGJTON
PARK IN THE l-A~T 11 YEARS , INCL.UDINGJ
WHEN IT BOUG,HT AND ~HUT DOWN THE ONL.Y
G,ROCERY ~TORE . WE REMEMBER l-A~T YEAR,
WHEN ONE OF OUR COMMUNITY
GJARDEN~
WHICH WA~
PL.ANTED
ON
A CITY
L.OT THE RE I~ AN IMMEN&E
AMOIJNT OF
AD~ACENT TO THE R.T.W. VETERAN~ CENTER,
TRAIJMA THAT THE UNIVE R~ITY REFU~E~
WA~ MOWED DOWN WITHOUT NOTICE AFTER
TO ACKNOWL.EDGJE BUT CONTINUE~
TO
BEING. PURCHA~ED BY THE IJNIVERSITY OF
~ Y~TEMATICAL.l- Y INFL.ICT THROUGJH THE
CHICAGO ."
CON~T RUCTION~
OF
ECONOM IC,
l===================I
I PHYS/CA/..., AND &OCIA/... BO RDERb NOT
ONI....
Y A ROUND THE IVY TOWER~ THAT WE
TO ~A Y THE
NEIGJHBOR INGJ ~UTH
~IDE
CAl....l-''CAM PU~ ,'' BUT AROUND THE WHO/...E
NEIGJHBORHOOD~ ''Dl~TRU~T THE UNIVE RblTY
NEIGHSORHOOO OF Hn:,E PARK ANO
OF CHICAGJO'' I~ AN IJNOER&TATEMENT.

PART& OF WOOt,l.AWN .

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J:T I& EA&Y TO WRITE OFF THE Q.oUTH &IDE AND FAU.. VICTIM TO THE OVERWHEL-MINGt TOXIC
MEDIA COVERAGtE AND L.ANGtUAGtE&URROlJNDINGt IT& COMMlJNITIE& AND RE&IDENT& . OFTEN
DEPICTED A& A L.AWLE&& REG.ION WITH NO HOPE OF RECOVERY, THE &OlJTH &IDE 1&
INFAMOlJ&. THI& M~E&
IT IMPERATIVE THAT WE MA~
EFFORT& To HUMANIZE AN&1

FIJUY CONTEXTIJAI-IZE THE &OIJTH &117£ ANU IT& RE&l&1ENT& THROUGH
IJN&1EIUTAN&1/Nt.IT• HI.TORY AN&1POL.ITIC• ..
UPON ENTERING. THEe»E COMMUNITIEe», IT le»
IMPORTANT TO KEEP IN MIND THle» Hle»ToRY AND
COMPL.EXITIEe» THAT GtAVE Rle»E TO THE le»e»UEe»
THEY NOW FACE . THE e»oUTH e»IDE le» AN
EXCEL.L.ENT EXERCle»E AT THINKING! CRITICAL.L.Y,
BECAUe»E NO le»e»UE IN THE e»oUTH e»IDE le»
WITHOUT ITe» COMPL.EX Hle»TORY.Ae» e»TUDENTe»
AT THE UNIVER&ITY OF CHICAGiO, IT le» OUR
UNIQUE PRIVIL.EGIE TO ENGIAGIE WITH THEe»E
COMMUNITIEe» AT e»UCH PROXIMITY. IT
le»
CRUCIAL. TO ENGIAGIE WITH THEM MINDFUL.L.Y
AND TO AVOID THE 'Mle»e»IONARY' MINDe»ET,
Ee»PECIAL.L.Y
WHEN
PARTICIPATING,
IN
COMMUNITY e»ERVICE PROiTECTe» IN THE AREA.
THEe»E COMMUNITIEe» HAVE BEEN HERE FOR
YEARe» AND WIL.L. CONTINUE TO BE HERE ONCE
YOU GIRADUATE AND L.EAVE HYDE PARK.

YOUR ROL.E IN THEe»E COMMUNITIEe» le»
TEMPORARY.
AT MOe»T, THINK OF
YOURe»EL.F Ae» A GIUEe»T,PERMITTED TO
PARTICIPATE IN THE INCREDIBL.E Hle»TORY
AND CUL.TURE OF THEe»E COMMUNITIEe».
SIJT YOU'RE NOT A &AVIOR . THEe»E
COMMUNIT IEe» HAVE BEEN ORGIANIZINGI
FOR AI..MOe»T A CENTURY TO PROTECT
THEIR RIGIHTe».ORGIANIZATIONe» L.IKE MY
8£.0CK MY HOOt:J MY CITY AND THE
BREATHING
ROOM
&PACE ARE
WORKING, TO REVE Re»E THE NEGIATIVE
IMAGIE OF THE e»oUTH e»IDE WHIL.E AL.e»o
IM PL.EMENTINGI
PR EVENTATIVE
MEA e»UREe» TO QUEL.L. VIOL.ENCE IN
THEe»E COMMUNITIEe» .

wrrH

GREAT POWER
COMES GREAT

RISPONSZIIZUT'Y -.

THE ~OIJTH ~lt)E I~
NOT YOIJR~ TO ~AVE
BECAIJ~E IT t)OE~N'T
NEEt) ~AVING .. IT I~ A
Hl~TORICAl-1-Y
IJNOER~ERVEO ANt)
ACTIVELY
~IJPPRE~~Er::, AREA
THAT t)E~ERVE~
RE~PON~IBI-E
ENGAGEMENT ANt)
ATTENTION,

THE iT~E&, MEME&, THE L.INE "DON'TG,o PA&TCOTTAG,E

1. STOP
PERl'ETIIAT111Ga.ROVE OR FURTHER THAN 61&T'' 1& PROSL.EMATIC TO &AY
THE t..EA&T. THEY ARE VIOL.ENT AND &1/SRESPECTFUL.STEREDm'S
OF
TOWA P.D& TO t..OCAt..& WHO CAt..t.. &OUTH &IDE THEIR
HOME BY PERPETUATING, AN IMAC::,E OF &oUTH &IDE THAT
«Jl/11IS/Df
1& UNCONTEXTUAL-IZED

TO THE

Hl&TOP.ICAL. &Y&TEMIC

oPPRE&&lON THE COMMUNITY
HA&ENDURED.

2. BEIUlfTOYOUR
6IIRRCIIIIPI""

CRIME CAN

HAPPEN

ANYWl-tERE AT ANYTIME. XT'&

DIFFICUt..T TO AVOID, BUT NOT IMPO&&IBL.E. AVOID WAL.KING,
AROUND FOP. t..oN<:, Dl&TANCE& t..OOKINC::,AT DEVICE& OP.
ANY
OTHER
Dl&TRACTION& . KNOW
HOW
YOU'RE

tJcTI 1N(j FROM F'OINT A TO POINT 5 .

J. IIARIItTA£11QIIE11i
Pt..EA&E REMEMBER THAT WHIL..E
YOU ARE U&ING, CTA TO TRAVEL.,
EXPL..OP.E AND HAVE FUN MAN Y
L..OCAL..&IN THE AP.EA P.EG,UL..AP.L..Y
U&E CTA FOR WORK. SE AWARE OF
HOW MUCH &PACE YOU ARE
TAKING, UP!

ON MO&T
CTA SU&E& ,
PEOPt..E NOP.MAL.L.Y DON'T
TAL.K ON THE BU& OP. IF
THEY DO THEY TAL.K IN A
L.OW VOICE .

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TORTURED
INTO
Q.IV INQ.
FA L..£:,E
CONFE£:,£:, ION£:, BY BURQ.E
AND
OFF ICER£:,
UNDER
H t£:, COMMAND.
THE£:,E MEN £:,PENT
DECADE£:,
WRONQ.FU L-L-Y IMPR l £:,ONED
AND
WERE DENIED THEIR FREEDOM
, EVEN AFTER
EV IDENCE
PROVED
THAT
THEY
WERE
TORTURED.

SI-A CK ANO

PINK

1£:, FOCU£:,ED
AROUND
ABOL.. 1£:,HINQ.
THE
PRl£:,ON
INDU£:,T R IALCOMPL-EX . £:,TARTED
BY iTA£:,ON L-YDON
IN
2005 , THE
ORQ. IN IZATION
BEQ.AN
A£:, A
£:,PEC IF ICAL-L.Y ANARACHl£:,T
PROiTECT
WITH
THE NAME
REFERENC
INQ. THE BL.ACK FL-AQ.
OF ANARCHl£:,M
AND THE POWER OF QUEER
PO L..ITIC£:,
AND
EXEPERIENCE.
£:,PANNINQ.
ACRo£:,£:, MUL-TIPL-E £:,TATE£:, , BL.ACK & PUNK
L-AUNCHED
THEIR WEB£:, ITE IN 2006
AL-ONQ.
WITH THE IR PEN PAL- DATABA£:,E .

AFTER
DECADE£:,
OF
FIQ.HT INQ.
FOR iTU£:,TICE , CH ICAQ.O BECAME
THE F IR£:,T MUN ICIPAL..ITY
IN THE
UNITED
£:,TATE£:,
TO
PROVIDE
P,EPARAT ION£:,
TO
THO£:,E
HARMED
BY
RAC IAL-L-YMOT IVATED
L-AW ENFORCEMENT
VIOL.ENCE
IN MAY
2015.
THE
REPARATION£:,
ORD INANCE
INCL-UDED
THE CREATION
OF A
COMMUN ITY CENTER
INFORMED
BY THE NEED£:, OF £:,URV IVOR£:, OF
POL.ICE
TORTURE , THE IR FAM IL-Y
MEMBER£:, ,
AND
COMMUN ITY
MEMBER£:,.
CTiTC 1£:, THE FIR£:,T
COMMUN ITY
CENTER
IN
THE
UNITED
bTATEb
THAT PROVIDE£:,
bPECIAL-IZED
TRAUMA
£:,ERV ICE£:,
TO THO£:,E
TORTURED
BY L-AW
ENFORCEMENT
OFFICER£:,
W ITH
THE COUNTRY.

£:,PECIFICAL-L-Y , THE CH ICAG,O CHAPTER
OF BL-ACK
AND
PINK
£:,TARTED
IN 2013.
THEY FIR£:,T CAME TOQ.ETHER
TO READ AND
D1£:,CU£:,£:, A BOOK
CAL.L-ED
THE NEW iTIM
CROW , AND
WRITE
HOL..IDAY
CARD£:,
TO
L-Q.BTQ PEOPL-E
L..OCKED
UP IN !L-L-IN0 1£:,,
THEN OFFIC IAL-L-Y FORMED
A£:, A CHAPTER
OF BL-ACK AND P INK L-A£:,T £:,PR INQ. . £:,INCE
THEN ,
THE
CH ICAQ.O
CHAPTER
HA£:,
FOCU£:,ED
ON
F IND INQ.,
MATCHINQ. , AND
£:,UPPORT INQ. L-Q.BTQ PENPA L..£:, IN !L-L-IN0 1£:,,
AND L-EARN INQ. MORE
ABOUT
THE P Rl£:,ON
INDU£:,TRIAL- COMPL-EX , OR P!C.

#ERA~ETHEOATASA~E

CAMPA/0,N

1£:, A CAMPAIQ.N
BETWEEN
BL-ACKAND
BROWN- L-ED ORQ.ANIZAT I ON£:,,
INCL..UD INQ.
ORQ.AN IZED
COMMUNIT
IE£:,
AQ.A IN£:,T
DEPORTATION£:,
(OCAD) , BL-ACK
YOUTH
PROiTECT
100
(BYP100)
AND M l iTENTE , AND L-ATE R Q.REW TO INC L-UDE
THE BRIQ.HTON
PARK NEIQ.HBORHOOD
COUNCIL(BPNC) ,
BL.ACK£:, TOQ.ETHER , AND THE L-ATINO UN ION. THE L..ONQ.
TERM
Q.OAL- OF THE CAMPA IQ.N 1£:, TO EL-IM INATE THE
CHICAQ.O
POL.ICE
DEPARTMENT
' £:, Q.ANQ. DATABA£:,E ,
WH ICH
ORQ.ANIZER£:,
£:,AY
1£:,
UNCON£:,TITUTIONAL-,
INACCURATE
AND
Dl£:,PROPORTIONATEL-Y
TARQ.ETb
BL.ACK
AND
L-ATINX
INDIV IDUAL..£:,. THE
CAMPAIQ.N
WORK£:,
TO
EDUCATE
COMMUN IT IEb
ABOUT
THE
DATABA£:,E , MEET W ITH EL-ECTED
OFFIC IAL-£:,, AND WORK
AL-ONQ.£:,IDE
THO£:,E
WRONQ.L-Y
INCL-UDED
IN
THE
DATABA£:,E
TO £:,EEK iTU£:,TICE.

THE NO COP ACAOEMY

CAMPAIGN

lb
AN
EFFORT
bUPPORTED
ACRObb
CHICAG.O BY MORE THAN 85 COMMUNITY
ORG.ANIZAT IONb . THE
MA IN G.OAL- OF
THE CAMPA IG.N I~ TO bEE $95
M IL-L..ION
G.O TO THE bURROUNDING.
COMMUN ITIEb
AND NO POL-ICE TRA IN ING, G.ROUNDb.
IN
A
bTATEMENT
FOUND
ON
THEIR
WEB~ITE , THEY bTATE :

FUID
Cit UITI

" CHICAG.O
AL-READY
~PENDb
$1 .5 BIL-L-ION
ON
POL- ICE EVERY YEAR- - THAT '~ $4 MIL-L-ION EVERY
b lNG.L-E DAY. WE bPEND
300%
MORE ON THE CPD
Ab A C ITY THAN WE DO ON THE DEPARTMENTb
OF
PUBL- IC HEAL-TH , FAM IL-Y AND ~UPPORT
~ERVICE~
,
TRANbPORTATION
,
AND
PL-ANNING.
AND
DEVEL-OPMEN
T
( WH ICH
HANDL-E~
AFFORDAB
L-E
HOU~ING.).
TH I~ PL-AN I~ BEING, PRA l~ED
A~ A
DEVEL-OPMENT
OPPORTUNITY
TO
HE L-P L-OCALREblDENTb
AROUND
THE PROPO~ED
~ ITE , BUT
WHEN RAHM CL-O~ED
50 ~CHOO !.-~ IN 2013 , b lX
WERE IN THI~ NEIG.HBORHOOD
. THE MEbbAG.E
lb
CL-EAR :
RAHM
~UPPOR T~
~CHOO L-b
AND
REbOURCE~
FOR
COP~ , NOT
FOR
BL.ACK
AND
BROWN KIDb .

DffUIID
PILICE
INoCopAt
ademy

WE DEMAND
A REDIRECT ING, OF TH I~ $95 MIL-L- ION
INTO
CHICAG.O 'b
MObT
MARG. INA L-IZED
COMMUN ITI Eb
INbTEAD.
REA LCOMMUN ITY
bAFETY
COME~
FROM
FUL..L..Y-FUNDED
~CHOO!.-~
AND
MENTA LHEAL.TH
CENTERb
,
ROBUbT
AFTER-~CHOOLAND iTOB- TRA IN ING. PROG.RAMb
,
AND ~OCIALAND ECONOM IC iTUbT ICE . WE WANT
INVEbTMENT
IN
OUR
COMMUN IT IEb,
NOT
EXPANDED
REbOURCEb
FOR PO L-ICE. ''

THE
#I-ETIJ&S~EATHECOl-1-ECTIVE
lb
AN
AL-L- IANCE OF ART l bTb AND ACT IV lbTb ORG.ANIZING,
..
THROUG,H A CREATIVE
L-ENb TO IMAG.INE
A WORL-D
WITHOUT
PR l~ON~
AND
PO L-ICE . WE ORG.AN IZE
ART lbT~ TO L-OVE AND TRANbFORM
THEMbEL-VE~,
THEIR
FAMIL- IEb , THEIR
COMMUN ITIE~ , AND THEIR
CIT IE~
THROUG.H
RAD ICALIMAG.INATION
AND
HEAL-ING. . THE COL-L-ECTIVE
PRODUCE~
CUL-TURALEVENTb
AND
D IRECT
ACTIONb
THAT
DlbRUPT
OPPRE~~IVE
bY~TEM~,
AMPL-IFY
MARG. INAL-IZED
VOICEb , AND
bERVE
PEOPL-E
AND
COMMUN ITIEb
MObT
D IRECTL-Y
HARMED
BY
MAbb
INCARCERATION
, PO L-ICE V IOL-EN C E , AND bY~TEMIC
INiTU~TICE . WE L-EVERAG.E
ACCE~b
, POWER , AND
CUL-TURAL- CAPITAL.. TO bTEWARD
REbOURCEb
FROM
THE
INbT ITUT ION~
THAT
bTOL..E
THEM
To
THE
PEOPL-E
AND
COMMUNITIE~
WHO
HAVE
BEEN
HlbTORICAL-L-Y
PIL-L-AG.ED .
THE
#L-ETUbBREATHE
COL-L-ECT IVE
PROG.RAM~
AND
OPERATE~
THE
BREATH ING, ROOM bPACE , AN ART~,
HEAL-ING,, AND
ORG.ANIZ ING, HEADQUARTER~
AND PL-AT F ORM FOR
IBERATORY
AND CUL-TURA L- WORK IN CH ICAG.O .

22

-~

HYDE PARK A~ IT EXl~T~ TODAY I~ A PRODUCT OF THE UNIVER~ITY OF CHICAG,O'~ AG,ENDA TO
CREATE A 111COMPATIBL-E ENVIRONMENT ' FOR IT~ OPERATION~ ." THE Hl~TORIE~ OF HYDE
PARK AND THE UNIVER~ITY ARE BOUND TOG,ETHER BY THE PROCE~~E~ OF Dl~PL-ACEMENT
AND PRIVATE INTERE~T THAT HAVE BEEN IN~TRUMENTAL- IN ACTUAL-IZ ING, THAT G,OAL-. OUR
INTENTION HERE I~ TO FOCU~ ON THE 1950~
AND TODAY: TWO PARTICUL-ARL-Y ~AL-IENT
POINT~ IN Hl~TORY THAT 11.-L-U~TRATE HOW HOU~ING, PRACTICE~ , INFRA~TRUCTURE , AND
PUBL-IC POL-ICY WERE U~ED TO MOL-D HYDE PARK INTO A PL-ACE WITH A RACIAL- AND
~OCIOECONOMIC MAKEUP THAT ~UIT~ THE UNIVER~ITY.

0



CoN~ERVATION AND URBAN RENEWAL-, THE TWO
MAvOR
HOU~ING, 1.-EG,l~L-ATION~ AT PL-AY IN
HYDE PARK DURING, THE 1950~, HIG,HL-IG,HTBOTH
A ~HIFT
IN PUBL-IC POL-ICY AND A PRIME
EXAMPL-E OF HOW FAR THE UNIVER~ITY
I~
WIL-1..ING,TO G,O TO MOI..D THE COMMUNITY TO
IT~ OWN INTERE~T~.
CATAL-YZED BY THE
EXPANDING,
BL-ACK
BEL-T,
THE~E
TWO
PROG,RAM~ WERE WEAPONIZED AG,AIN~T BL-ACK
COMMUNITIE~ IN WOODL-AWN AND HYDE PARK.
PUL-L-ED FROM ARNOL-D R. HIR~CH'~ MAM/NG
THE 6ECONCJ GHETTO : RACE ANO HOU6ING IN
CHICAGO :19406-:19606
, ''THE UNIVER~ITY AND
~OUTH
~IDE,''
A 2017
CHICAG,o
MAROON
ARTICL-E BY L-EE HARRI~ , AND "U OF C/HYDE
PARK Hl~TORY,'' A 2014 MAROON ARTICL-E BY
vOHN (':,AMINO , THE FOl.-1.-0WING, I~ A BRIEF
~YNTHE~I~
OF THE PL-AYER~ AND POI..ITIC~
THAT ~ET INTO MOTION CON~ERVATION AND
URBAN RENEWAL- IN HYDE PARK.

URBAN RENEWAL- IT~Et..F WA~ PART OF A
PARTICUL-AR t..lNEAG,E OF EXCL...U~IONARY
HOU~ING, PRACTICE~ DATING, BACK TO THE
1930~.
WITH THE FOUNDING, OF THE
FEDERAL- HOU~ING, ADMINl~TRATION
IN 1°=--~
1934,
RED L-INING,
AND
HOU~ING,
Dl~CRIMINATION WA~ ETCHED INTO REAL..
E~TATE PRACTICE~ ON A NATIONAL... L...EVEL-.
NO ENTITY IN THE ~OUTH ~IDE OF CHICAG,O
TOOK
THE~E
Dl~CRIMINATORY
MECHANl~M~ INTO IT~ ~TRIDE MORE THAN
THE
UNIVER~ITY
OF
CHICAG,O.
THRoUG,HoUT
THE 1930~
AND 1940~,
UCHICAG,o '' INDIRECTL-Y FUNDED RA CIAL-1..Y
RE~TRICTIVE
CoNVENANT~,
1.-EG,At..t..Y
ENFoRCEABL-E CONTRACT~ TO PREVENT
~EL-1..ING, PROPERTY
TO
NON-WHITE
PEOPI..E, THROUG,H VARIOU~ 'COMMUNITY
INTERE~T~'
PROvECT~.''
''COMMUNITY
INTERE~T~,''
TO BE EXPL...ICIT, MEANT
MAINTAINING, THE 11Cot..0R
1.-INE'' THAT
EXl~TED BETWEEN THE BL-ACK BEL-T AND
PREDOMINANTL...Y WHITE-HYDE PARK. THE
UNIVER~ITY WA~ ~O KNOWN FOR FUNDING,
RACl~T
HOU~ING, PRACTICE~
THAT, A~
REPORTED BY THE CHICAG,o DEFENDER
''MANY OF THE REAL.. E~TATE OWNER~ IN
[HYDE PARK, WOODL...AWN, AND KENWOOD]
REFER TO RE~TRICTIVE COVENANT~ A~
'THE UNIVER~ITY OF CHICAG,o ,AG,REEMENT
TO G,ET RID OF NEG,RoE~ ."'

----------------

13

FOR ONE , RE~TP.ICTIVE COVENANT~ WERE MADE UNENFORCEABL.E
IN
1948 . CONCURRENTL. Y, TREND~ ~UCH A~ WHITE FL.IG,HT AND THE G,P,EAT
MIG,RATION WERE RAP IDL.Y AL.TEP.ING, THE RAC IAL. MAl'iEUP OF PO~TWAR
CHICAG,o , PARTICUL.ARL.Y THE ~OUTH ~IDE . OF PARTICUL-AR CONCERN To
THE UNIVER~ ITY WA~ THAT THE BL.ACl'i BEL.T, A PREDOMINANTL.Y AFRICAN
AMERICAN CORRIDOR OF T HE ~OUTH ~IDE , WA~ BEG,INNING, TO PRE~~ INTO
HYDE PARK . FEAR~ OF RACIAL. ~UCCE~~ION ( OFTEN REFERRED TO A~
''BL.ACK 'INVA~ION'" ) BY RE~IDENT~ AND THE UNIVER~ ITY AL-IKE ACTUATED
THE REPI..-ACEMENT OF RE~TRICTIVE COVENANT~ WITH A NEW MEAN~ OF
CONTROL.L.ING, THE RACIAL. MAKEUP
OF THE NE IG,HBORHOOD . THE
UNIVER~ ITY '~ INFL-UENCE IN COMMUN ITY AFFAIR~ , NORMAI..-IZED AND
ENTRENCHED BY DECAD~
OF INVOL.VEMENT, AND IMPENDING, RAC IAL.
~UCCE~~ION
CUL-MINATED IN THE ~UCCE~~FUL.
IMPL-EMENTAT ION OF
URBAN RENEWA L...
TWO
MAvOP.
PL.AYER~
PU~HED
FOP. UP.BAN
RENEWAL. : THE HYDE PARK-KENWOOD COMMUNITY
CONFERENCE
(HPKCC)
AND THE ~OUTH
EA~T
CH ICAG,O COMMl~~ION
(~ECC) . THE FOP.MER WA~
MADE UP OF P.E~IDENT~ , THE L-ATTEP. A UNIVEP.~ITY
OF
CHICAG,O AFFIL.IATE . BOTH
WERE ACTING,
TOWARD~
THE G,OAL. OF PREVENTING, RACIA L.
~UCCE~~ION
IN HYDE PARK , AND IN DOING, ~o ,
BROUG,HT ABOUT
A L-AP.G,EP, ~HIFT
IN PUBL.IC
POL.ICY: Dl~INVE~TING,
IN PP.EVIOU~ PP.OG,P.AM~
THAT DE~TP.OYED ~L.UM~ AND BUIL.T AFFOP.DABL-E
HOU~ ING, IN FAVOP. OF CON~ERVING, AND RENEWING,
''~OUND AND THREATENED NEIG,HBOP.HOOD~ .'' PUT
ANOTHER WAY, THEY L-EVEP.AG,ED NARRAT IVE~ AND
RHETOR IC AROUND
'' CON~EP.VATION '' TO ~HIFT
UP.BAN RENEWAL. FP.OM AN l~~UE
OF ~L-UM
CL-EAP.ANCE AND P.EDEVEI..-OPMENT TO ONE OF
G,ENTP.IFYING, ~O-CAL- L-ED ~OUND AND THREATENED
NE IG,HBOP.HOOD~ .

THE ~ HIFT CHARACTERIZED
PO£:.TWAR
RECO~TRUCTION IN CHICAGO A~ AN
ERA OF " PRIVATE INIT IATIVE, POWER,
AND INTERBT. " UCHICAGO 'f, OWN
BL.ATANT f,EL.F- INTEP.Ef,T If, BEf,T
f,UMMED UP BY vUL-IAN L-EVI, THE
FATHER OF
HYDE PARK
UP.BAN
RENEWA L- POL-ICIEf, : "WE' RE NOT A
PUBt.lC IMPRO VEMENT Af,f,O CIATION.
WE' RE NOT f,UPP ~ ED TO BE A
DEVEL.OPE?.. WE'RE NOT INT EP.Ef,T ED
Ab
A
GOOD
GOVERNMENT
AbbO CIATION. THE ONt.Y bTANDAP.D
YOU OUGHT TO APP t.Y TO THI£. lb
WHETHER
THE
UNIVEP.blTY
OF
CHICA GO A f, AN A CADEM IC ENT ITY
P.EQUIP.Ef,
A
COMPATIB L-E
COMMUNIT Y.''
-

--

--

CON~ERVAT ION POL.ICIE~ AND THE 1958 URBAN RENEWAi..- PL.AN REbU L.TED IN HYDE PAP.K
BECOM ING, ''A CONTROL.L..ED, INTEG,RATED ENV IRONMENT. '' THE UNIVER~ ITY COUL.D NOT
P.EAL.l~T ICAL.L.Y MAINTAIN THE PP.EDOMINANTL.Y WHITE NEIG,HBOP.HOOD OF EAP.L..Y CENTUR Y,
~o IT TURNED TO THE ECONOMIC UPG,P.ADING (P.EAD : UP.BAN RENEWAL.) OF HYDE PAP.l'i ~o A~
TO P.EG,UL.ATE THE P.~IDENT~
BY CL.A~~ A~ HIP.~CH NOTE~ , CL.A~~ WA~ ''NOT. •.A
~UB~TITUTE FOP. P.ACE BUT. ••A BACl'i-UP FOP. IT.'' THE CHOICE TO INTEG,P.ATE MAY APPEAR A~
A PP.oG,P.E~~IVE ONE , E~PEC IAL-L..YIN L.IG,HT OF AMERICAN POL.ITIC~ IN THE MID-1900~
. BUT,
IN HIP.~CH '~ WORD~ AG,AIN, ''IT
WOUL.D•••BE MORE ACCURATE TO CONCEIVE OF THE
INTEG,P.ATION OF HYDE PARl'i ~IMPL-Y A~ A NECE~~ARY BY-PRODUCT OF IT~ RENEWAL. RATHER
THAN THE PURPO~E BEH IND IT '' (HIR~CH , 169) .
BECAU~E REMEMBER , CONTROL.L.ED
INTEG,P.ATION WA~ CHO~EN A~ AN AL-TEP.NATIVE TO HYDE PAP.l'i BECOMING, PP.EDOMINANTL.Y
BL.ACK ; L.EFT TO IT~ OWN DEVICE~ , HYDE PAP.l'i WOUL.D HAVE BECOME PAP.T OF THE BL.ACl'i
BEL.T. IN THI~ CA~E , INTEG,P.ATION WA~ A MECHANl~M FOP. THE " MAINTENANCE OF A WHITE
PRE~ENCE AROUND THE UNIVEP.~ ITY OF CHICAG,O.''

24 ~-----------------------~

Ab AN ODE TO WHERE HE FIRbT BECAME
ENC:,AC:,ED WITH THE KIND OF COMMUNITY HE
WOUL-D Q,ROW TO bER VE Ab THE PREb lDENT
OF THE UNITED bTAT Eb , FORMER PREb lDENT
BARACK OSAMA AND Hlb FOUNDATI ON
CHObE CHICAQ,o Ab THE CITY THAT WOUL-D
HOUbE HI~ PRE~IOENTIAICENTER . IT
lb IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT OBAMA DOEb
NOT PL-AN FOR THE DRAB (& FRANK L-Y,
bOMEWHAT
ARCHA IC)
MODELOF
PAbT
PREblDENT IAL- RECORDb To BE HOUbED IN
THE bOUTH
blDE
OF CHICAC:,O. RATHER ,
OBAMA AND Hlb FOUNDATION PL-AN TO HAVE
THE OBAMA PREblDENTIA L- CENTER BREATHE
,.,NEW,., 1.-IFE INTO ~ACKbON PARK- - 1.-0CATED
bPECIF ICAL-1.-Y
IN
THE
WOODL-AWN
COMMUNITY- - VIA AN URBAN , MUL-Tl-bTOR IED
COMPL-EX .

WITHIN THE AEbTHETIC OF THlb URBAN blTE ,
MOOERNIZATION WAb DEFIN ITE L-Y AT THE
FOREFRONT
OF OBAMA'b PL-ANb . THE
CENTER , bET TO OPEN IN 2021 , WIL-1.CONblbT
OF A MUL-TI-BU IL-DINC:, CAMPUb
THAT
WIL-1.BE
COMPRlbED
OF
CL-AbbROOMb , 1.-ABb, OUTDOOR bPACEb ,
PERFORMANCE
bPACEb ,
BAbKETBAL-1.CoURTb , A REbTAURANT, FOOD TRUCKb , AND
FIL-M
AND
RECORDING,
bTUD IOb .
IN
bUMMATION , THE CENTER WIL-1.-BE BP.OKEN
UP INTO FIVE MAIN PAP.Tb : THE MUbEUM
(*THINK TAL-L-*), THE FOP.UM (CL-AbbROOMb ,
RECORD ING, bTUDIOb, ETC) , THE 1.-IBRARY
(YOU Q,UEbbED IT, A 1.-IBRARY), THE PL-AZA
(THE C':,ATEWAY THAT WIL-1.- CONNECT THE
CENTER
To ~ACKbON
PARK) , AND THE
PROQ,P.AM / ATHL-ETIC
CENTER
(TH INK
FITNEbb
CL-AbbEb
AND
BAbKETBAL-1.COUP.Tb) .
OBAMA
AND
Hlb
FOUNDATION
HAVE
REPEATEDL-Y bTATED THAT THEY HOPE THlb
UNIQUE, bHINY-NEW PROTRUblON
IN THE
bOUTH blDE Wll-1- ATTRACT PEOPI-E TO
CHICAGO . AblDE FROM NEIC:,HBOP.HOOD
REblDENTb
BENEFITING,
FROM
THE
bEL-DOM-bEEN
1.-IBRARIEb , PAP.Kb , AND
AMENIT IEb , OBAMA AND Hlb FOUNDATION
EbT IMATEb THAT THEY WOUI.-D BE BR INQ,INQ,
IN OVER 1 ,000 NEW ~OBb AND SIi-i-ION~
OF REVENUE TO THlb PART OF THE CITY.

OMGJJ S IWWION~ OF
DOWWAP.=, FOP. WOODL.AWN
P.E=,IDEN T=,?? =,OUND=,
l- lKE A OWE'AM •••

THE PEOPL.E HAVE A PROBL.EM WITH THE~E E~T IMAT ION~ ,
PRIMARI L.Y BE CAU~E THE Y' RE J'U~T THAT : ESTIMATIONS .

WHEN OBAM A HO~T E D A PUB L.IC MEET ING, WITH COMMUNIT Y ORG,AN IZER~ AT THE HYATT
REG,ENCY M CCO RMICK PL.ACE , iTEANNET T E TAYL.OR (A WEL-L--KNO WN oRG,AN IZER AND
A L.DERMAN OF THE 20TH WA RD) A ~KED WHAT PO~~ IB L.E HA RM OBAMA AN D HI~
FOUNDATION COUL.D FACE IF THE Y ~ IG,NED A COMMUN ITY BE NEFIT~ AG,REEMENT (CBA) .
WITHOUT A CBA , MAN Y COMMUN ITY MEMBER~ FEAR THAT RENT PP.ICE~ WIL.L. ~ KYP.OCKET
(A~ THE Y AL.READ Y HAVE ... HYDE PAP.K P.ENT~ HAVE HIT THE IR HIG,HE~T PP.ICE~ IN Hl~TORY ),
FORE IG,N INVE~TOR~
Wit..(... FOR CE THEIR
COMPANIE~ /C HAIN~
INTO T HE AREA ,
CONTRAC TOR~ AND ~UB~EQUENT
BU~INE~~E~
WIL.L. FAIL. TO ~E CURE iTOB~ FOR
RE~ IDENT~ , DE VEL.OPEP.~ Wlt..L. CoNTINUOU~ L-Y ENCROA CH UPON PUB L.IC PARK ~PA C E, AND
THE T RAFFI C ••• TEP.P.IB L-E.

THEREFORE , MAN Y CON~ IDER IT IRON IC THAT
OBAMA RE~PONDED
THAT HE WOUL.D RATHER
NOT ~ IG,N A CB A BE CAU~E IF HE A CQUIE~CED To
ONE G,ROUP'~ DEMAND~ , HE WOUL.D HAVE TO
INEVITA BI-Y L.l~TEN TO 20 OTHEP. O RG,ANIZER~
WHO WOUL.D M Y~T ERIOU~ L.Y APPEAR OUT OF THE
WOO DWORK , PE~TERING, HI~ FOUNDAT ION ON
BEHAL-F OF THEIR CON~T ITUENT~ .

NOTE

A

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•••

Fablana•s Bakery
""91,$1

26 1t ~:29

Ptl

0

Fabiana'sBa~ery. would li1<eto Inform you 1ha1our tocalion 111658 E.
53rd Streel, willbe closed tor 1hepubUc for the last time on August
30th. \Ve are relocating 10a new place on the Sou1hsde of Chicago.
Un!ortunate y, It has become lncrcasingy expensive to run our reta I
bal<eryIn ,ts Hyde Par~ location. Hence vmy,the decis,on to move to

anothe, 10ca1ion.

COMMIJNITY BENEFIT~

AIJ,REEMENT

I~
A
CoN T P.ACT
~IQ.NED
BY
CO MMUNITY
G.P.OUP~ AND A DEVEI.-OPEP. THAT
P.EQUIP.E~ THE BU II..DEP.~ TO PP.OVIDE ~PEC IFIC
WPPOP. T
TO
THE
I..OCAI..
NEIG.HBOP.HOOD.
OFTENTIME~
(WHE N
DONE
P.IG.HT!),
DP.AFTING./ IMPI..EMENTING. A CBA DEPEND~ ON AN
INTEP.~ECTIONAI.~01..UTION
IN- BETWEEN
COMMU NITY OP.G.ANIZAT ION~, INDIV IDUAi.. P.E~IDENT~ ,
AND MAiJOP./CONTP.ACTED DEVEL-OPEP.~.

ADD IT IONA L-L-Y, ~INCE THE UNIVER~ITY OF CHICAG,o I~ THE UNIVER~I TY A~~O CIAT ED WITH
OBAM/lt~ PRE~IDENT IA I- CENTER , THE Y RE CENT L.Y RE L-EA~ED THE IR OWN G,ENTRIFY ING,
PL.AN~ . IN PREPARAT ION FOP. THE AP.RIVA L- OF OBAM A'~ PP.E~ IDENTIAL- CENTER , UCHICAG,O
HA~ UNVEIL.ED THE IR Pl- AN~ FOR A ~6-~TORY HOTEL. IN HYOE PARK-- REP I-AC ING, THE
VACANT HYDE PAP.K DAY ~CHOOL- BUIL-DING, ON THE COP.NEP. OF 60TH
~TREET AND
DoR CHE~TER AVENUE A ND BECOMING, THE FIR~T SUIL.OING ON CAMPU~ OEOICATEO
TO FOR-PROFIT BUSINESS . THI~ HOTEL- I~ POl~ED To BE THE PREMIERE 1-0DG,ING, FOR
O UT-O F-TOWNER~ WHO ARE Pl- A NNING, TO Vl~IT THE CENTER . APPAP.ENT L.Y THE NEW YORK
DE VEL-OPER~ WHO ARE IN CHAR G,E OF THI~ PROiTECT EX PE CT THAT THEIR HOTEL. WIL.L.
ENCO UP.AG,E ~OCIA L- INTERACTION , REF L-ECT ION , AND REiTUVENATI ON. !T
WIL.L. BE
INTERE~T /N<J,TO ~EE HOW MUCH THE ~TUD Y AT THE UNIVER~IT Y OF CHICAG,O CAN INTERACT
WITH THE COMMUN ITY IT I~ ~ITUA T ING, IT~EI-F IN WHEN IT~ PRI CE WIL.L. BE AROUN D $260
A

2 6 /GHT..

~0 , IF

oRG,ANIZING, AC:,AIN~T G,ENTRIFICATION ~EEM~ L.IKE
~OMETHING, YOU WANT TO DEDICATE YOUR ENERG,IE~ TO,

CHEC!f OIJT IJCHICAGO FOR A CSA AN&J &TOP!

IJC ICAGO FOR A CSA I~ A 11G,ROUP OF ~TUDENT~,
l..OCAL- RE~IDENT~,
AL-UMNI, CL.ERG,Y, AND MORE WHO
ORG,ANIZE FOR A COMMUNITY BENEFIT~ AG,REEMENT
AROUND THE INCOMING, PRE~IDENTIAL. CENTER." THEY
AL.~O ORG,ANIZE DIRECTL.Y WITH THE OBAMA COMMUNITY
BENEFIT~ AG,REEMENT COAL.ITION WHICH I~ AN AL-L-IANCE
BETWEEN ~OUTH ~IDE ORC:,ANIZATION~ THAT DEMAND
THAT OBAMA , HI~ FOUNDATION, AND THE CENTER L-l~TEN
TO THE VAL.ID CONCERN~ COMMUNITY MEMBER~ HAVE.

&TOP (~OUTH~IDE

TOG,ETHER ORG,ANIZING, FOR
POWER) I~ ''A COMMUNITY
ORG,ANIZATION THAT
BU IL-D~
THE POWER
OF RE~IDENT~
ON THE
~OUTH~IDE OF CHICAG,O TO IMPACT THE FORCE~
AND DECl~ION~ THAT AFFECT OUR L-IVE~.' ' THEY
HAVE ~PENT THE BETTER
PART OF 12 YEAR~
MOBIL-IZING,
COMMUNITY
MEMBER~
AND
ORG,ANIZATION~ TO PROVIDE ~UPPORT FOR THE
~OUTH~IDE . ~OME
OF
THE~E
ACH IEVEMENT~
INCL.UDE PREVENTING, THE D l~PL-ACEMENT OF l..OW
INCOME
BL.ACK
RE~IDENT~ ,
~TOPPING,
THE
CL.o~URE OF ~OUTH~IDE MENTAL. HEAL.TH CL.INIC~,
AND ~O MUCH MORE.

11

[ CHAPTEP. 7 ]

A G>HORT GlJll7E TO EL-ECTORAL. POI-ITICG> IN CHICAGO ANl7 Il-1-INOIG>

~ 0101\lE'r
CO/A£
UP
W1
1\Ii\-\l$'6Jo\lU.\
ON

?R\C£TAG?

28

THE CHICAOO CITY COUNCIL.. I~ MADE UP OF 50 AL.DEF.MEN WHO P.EPP.E~ENT WAAD~
ACF.~~
THE CITY. A~ MENTIONED t,e,oVE, THE CITY COUNCIL.. H~ Hl~TOP.ICAL..L..YSEEN THE
EPICENTER OF POL..ITICAL.. COP.P.UPTION IN CHICAG.o. IN FACT, ED SUP.KE, THE L..ONG>E~T~EP.VING> AL.DERMAN IN CHICAG>O Hl~TOP.Y AND AP.G>UABL..YONE OF THE MObT POWERFUL..
PEOPL..E IN THE CITY, WAb P.ECENTL..Y INDICTED FOP. 14 COP.P.UPTION CHAAG>E~, INCL..UDING>
BP.IBEP.Y AND EXTORTION. THE 2019 MUNICIPAL.. EL..ECTION~, HOWEVER, PROVIDED HOPE
FOP. MANY CHICAG>O ACTIVlbT~. ~IX DEMOCRATIC ~IAL..l~T~
WEP.E EL..ECTED TO ~EP.VE ~
AL.DEF.MEN, AL..L..OF WHOM HAD BACKG>P.OUND~ IN G>P.A~bP.OOTb OP.G>ANIZING>.ONE OF
THE~E NEWCOMER~, vEANETTE TAYL..OP.
, P.EPP.E~ENTb THE ~UTHEP.N PAAT OF UCHICAOO'b
CAMPU~, AND HAb AL..P.EADY PP.OVEN TO BE A CL..O~E AL..L..YTO ~TUDENT OP.G>ANIZEP.b ON
CAMPU~. bTUDENT~ FF.OM UCHICAOO ;,TUDENT ACTION (UC;,A) DEDICATED A QUARTER TO
CANVA~~ING> AND PHONE-BANKING> FOP. vEANETTE TO HEL..P HEP. G>ET EL..ECTED. IF YOU L..IVE
IN P.G>G>,
B;T, OP. I-HOUbE, iJ"EANETTE I~ YOUP. AL.DEF.WOMAN. IF NOT, YOUP. AL-DEF.WOMAN lb
L..E~IE HAIP.~TON, A bL..IG>HTL..Y
L..E~~ EXCITING> DEMOCP.AT WHO MO~TL..Y VOTE~ WITH P.AHM.

THE CURRENT G.OVERNOR OF I(..(..INOI~ I~ v.B. PRITZKER, OF THE ~ME
U(..TRA-WEA(..THY
FAMl(..Y THAT BROUG.HT Ub UCHICAG.o'~ PRITZKER bCHoo(.. OF
MEDICINE. IN
201.8,
PRITZKER
WON IN
AN E(..ECTION AG.AINbT REPUB(..ICAN INCUMBENT BRUCE RAUNER,
WHO WA~ RE~PON~IB(..E FOR !(..(..!NOi~' TWo-YEAR
BUDG.ET IMPA~~E CRl~I~ , WHICH (..ED
TO MA~~IVE (..ONG.-TERM CUT~ TO HIG.HER EDUCATION & FORCED DOME~TIC VIO(..ENCE
HOME(..E~~
~HE(..TER~
TO
~HUT
DOWN
ACRo~~
THE
~TATE.
PRITZKER I~ A DEFINITE IMPROVEMENT -- HE HA~ A(..READY ~IG.NED (..AW~ (..EG.Al..lZING.
MARliTUANA AND BANNING, PRIVATE DETENTION CENTER~ (l..lNK~). BUT HE'b Al..~O A
Bll..l..lONAIRE WHO ~PENT OVER $117.5 Mll..l..lON OF Hlb OWN MONEY ON HI~ CAMPAIG.N,
AND
HE
HA~
BEEN
ACCU~ED
OF
TAX
FRAUD
AND
RAC l~M .
MANY
COMMUNITY
ORG.ANIZER~
~UPPORTED
HI~
MORE
PROG.RE~~IVE
OPPONENT,
DANIE(..
Bl~~'
IN
THE
PRIMARY.

!L-L-INOlb G.ENERAL- AbbEMSL-Y lb MADE UP OF 59 bTATE bENAToRb &
bTATE REPREbENTATIVEb.
MICHAEL- {MIKE)
MADIG.AN , THE !L-L-INOlb
bPEAKER OF THE HOUbE, lb A SIG, NAME IN CHICAG.o AND !L-L-INOlb POL.ITICb.
HE HAb SEEN IN OFFICE FOR A RECORD-SREAKING, THREE DECADEb, AND
HE lb INFAMOU~ FOR THE ROL-E~ HE PL-AYED IN UNCoN~TITUTIONAL-L-Y
WORKER PENbloNb
AND CREATING, THE !L-L-INolb FlbCA L- CRlblb.
-- ,!F
YOU L-IVE ON OR NEAR CAMPUb , YOUR bTATE REPREbENTATIVE
lb
CURTtb TARVER, AND YOUR bTATE bENAToR lb ROSE.RT PETE.Rb. REP. CURTtb
TARVER lb G.ENERAL-L-Y PRoG.RE~~IVE-lbH
- HE HA~ $PON$0RED (..EG,l~L.ATION
PROMOTING, "J"OSb IN CL-EAN ENERG.Y AND SANNING, PRIVATE PRlboNb ,
SUT HE AL-bO HAb F(..IP-F!..OPPED ON RENT CONTRO!... bTATE bENATOR
.__.,ROSERT PETE.Rb WAb A RAD COMMUNITY oRG.ANIZER SEFORE HE TOOK
OFFICE, AND IN OFFICE HE HA~ FOUG,HT FOR EQUITASL-E ~CHOOL-ING.,
--...,
DECARCERATION, ENVIRONMENTAL- vUbTICE, AND OTHER IMPORTANT lbbUEb.

UCbA lb A RADICAL- <:.P.MbROOTb OR<:.ANIZATION DEDICATED
TO Fl<:.HTIN<:. FOR RACIAL-, ECONOMIC, <:.ENDER, DlbASIUTY
AND ENVIRONMENTAL- iTUbTICE ON OUR CAMPUb
AND IN
OUR COMMLINITIEb . UCbA ENVlblONb
AND Fl<:.HTb FOR A
WORL-D IN WHICH Al.-l.- PEOPL-E l.-lVE FREE FROM bTRUCTURALoPPREbblON.
THlb YEAR UCbA'b CAMPA l<:.Nb Wll.-l.- INCL-UDE
Fl<:.HTIN<:. ENVIRONME NTAL- RAClbM IN CHICA<:.o AND PUbHIN<:.
FOR SETTER MENTAL- HEAL-TH REbOURCEb
oN CAMF'Ub. IN
ADDITION
TO lbbUE-SAbED
WORK, UC~A
WOP.Kb
IMTH
PRO<:.REbblVE
CAMPAl<:.Nb ACRObb
THE CITY TO El.-ECT
OFFICIAL-b WHO bHARE THEIR VAL-UEb. UCbA lb A PEOPL-E'b
ACTION AND bTLIDENT ACTION AFFIL-IATE , AND UbEb
1Tb
NETWORK TO PLlbH lbbUEb l.-lKE FREE PUSUC Col.-l.-E<:.E ONTO
THE NATIONAL- bTA<:.E SY F'ROVIDIN<:. OPPORTUNITIEb
FOR
bTLIDENTb TO b lT DOWN WITH AND l.-OSSY Lib bENATORb,
CON<:.P.EbbPEOPL-E,
AND
PRE&IDENT IAL- CANDIDATE&.
IF
YOU'RE INTEREbTED
IN <:.ETTIN<:. INVOL-VED, CHECK UCbA
OUT
ON
FACESOOK
OR
EMA IL- AATTIE@UCHICAC..O.EDU

wac.o.1E

10TI,jECW8.

THERE ARE Al.-bO MANY oPPOR TUNIT IEe. TO <:.ET INVol-VED
WITH EL-ECTORAL- WORK THROU<:.H THE IN!/,T/T IJTE OF POU T/Cf!,
(IOP } . WHIL-E bOME &TUDENTb HAVE CRITICIZED THE :COP FOR
1Tb
El.-lT l&T
EMF'HAbl&
ON
DEVEL-OPIN<:.
CAREER
POl.-lTICIANb THE IN&TITUTE HAb &EVERAL- PRO<:.RAMb THAT DO
IMPORTANT EECTOP.Al.- WORK. UCHI VOTE& , FOR EXAMPL-E ,
lb
A
NoN-PART lbAN
VOTER
EN<:.A<:.EMENT
INITIATIVE
THAT
e.t<:.NIFICANTL-Y
SOObTED
UCHICA<:.O
VOTER
TURNOUT
DUR!~
THE
2018
MIDTERM&.
THE tJNIVERbfTY
OF CHICA<:.O DEMOCRATb
Al.-bO
PROV IDEb CANVMblN<:.
oPPoRTUNITIEb
TO bUPPoRT
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATEb THP.oUa.HoUT THE bTATE.

0..:

[CHAPTERS]

WHAT CAN YOIJ 0 0
OIJT~ICJE THE
UCHICAGO SUSS L-E?

Ae. e.TUDENTe. AT UCHICAG,o, CAMPUe. o?.G,ANIZING,
CAN APPEAP. Ae. THE Moe.T IMMEDIATE
WAY TO
AG,ITATE AND MAKE CHANG,E IN OU?. COMMUNITIEe..
HOWEVEP., WE MUe.T P.ECOG,NIZE AND ACT ON THE
P.Ee.PoNe.lBll ..lTIEe. WE HOL.D Ae. REG,IOENTG, OF

THE G,OtJTH G,IOE ANO CIT/ZENG, OF CHICAGO .

A ~OT.

THI~ ENTAIL.~ BOTH MIT IG,ATING, THE HAP.M THAT
UCHICAG,O DOE~ TO ~UP.P.OUNDING, COMMUNITIE~,
WHICH WE AP.E COMPL.ICIT IN, A~ WEL.L. A~ HEL.P ING, TO
UPL.IFT THE VOICE~ OF COMMUNITY OP.G,ANIZEP.e. AND
P.E~IDENT~ ACP.o~~ THE CITY.

/,Y'n
CHICAG,O I~ A CITY OF NUMEP.OU~ NAME~ AND ATTP.IBUTloNe,, EACH OF
,... WHICH e.PEAK~ TO ONE OF IT~ MANY FACE~ . THE MONIKEP. THAT WE WOUL.D
L.IKE TO CENTEP. IN THI~ ~ECTION I~ CH ICAG,O A~ 11 THE SIRTHPI-ACE OF
COMMIJNITY ORGANIZING .'' !N THE FOL.L.OWING,, WE WIL.L. NAME 3'tJG,T
A FEW oP.G,ANIZATION~ IN OPEP.ATION ACP.oe.~ CHICAG,o IN HOPEe. OF
DEMON~TP.ATING, TO YOU THE BP.EADTH AND DEPTH OF CHICAG,o 'e,
COMMUNITY OP.G,ANIZING, ~CENE. BUT FIP.~T, WE WOUL.D L.IKE TO NOTE THAT
CHICAG,O '~ PAP.TICUL.AP. oP.G,ANIZING, CUL.TUP.E I~ COUCHED IN ITe. Hle.To?.Y
OF SI-ACK FEMINIG,T ASOI-ITIONIG,T POI-IT/CG, , CHICAG,o BEING, A
CITY THAT HAe. L.ONG, PAP.TICIPATED IN TH£ BI..ACK RAO/CAI.. TRAOIT ION.
A~ CHARI-ENE A, CARRtJTHERG, COVE?.~ IN HEP. BooK UNAPol..oG£TJC: A
BI..ACK, QU££R, ANO F£MINl~T MANOAT£ FOR RAO/CAI.. MOV£M£NT~ , 11:!F WE DP.EW
A MAP OF THE CP.EATION ~TOP.Y OF THE BL.ACK P.ADICAL. TP.AD IT ION , CHICAGO

ANO ITG, PEOPI-E WOtJl-0 APPEAR AT NEARI-Y EVERY CRITICAi.POiNT IN TIME. '' THI~ I~ DIP.ECTL.Y INFOP.MED BY THE VIOL.ENT P.ACl~M THAT
HAe. PEP.~l~TED IN CH ICAG,O ~INCE THE TEP.P.OP.l~M THAT BL.ACK MIG,P.ANT~ WEP.E
MET WITH WHEN THEY CAME To CHICAG,O DUP.ING, TH£ GREAT M IGRAT ION: " BL.ACK
MOVEMENTe. AP.E ~o INTENe.E BECAU~E BL.ACK COMMUNITIE~ HAVE BEEN PETP.I
D ie.HE~ FOP. e.TATE-~ANCTIONED P.EPP.Ee.~ION, VIOL.ENCE , AND APAP.THEID. WHIL.E
BL.ACK MIG,P.ANTe. CAME TO CHICAG,O TO E~CAPE TEP.P.OP.l ~M , THEY WEP.E MET
WITH TEP.P.OP.--FP.OM POL.ICE , ~L.UML.OP.D~ , AND WHITE COMMUNITIEe.
WHO
WANTED TO KEEP THEM OUT." THE P.ADICAL. IDEOL.OG,IE~ THAT ~PP.ANG, FP.OM
THI~ ENVIP.ONMENT AP.E FOUND IN CHICAG,O'~ COMMUNITY
OP.G,ANIZAT IONe.
TODA Y. FOP. EXAMPL.E , CAP.P.UTHEP.e. I~ THE FOUNDING, NATIONAL. DIP.ECTOP. OF
SI-ACK
YOUTH PR03'ECT
100
(SYP100}
AND ATTE~T~
To THE
oP.G,ANIZATION '~ IN~l~TENCE ON '' BL.ACK FEMINle.T IDEOL.OG,Y IN AN o?.G,ANIZATION
OF AL.I.. G,ENDEP.~ .'' IN ANOTHEP. IN~TANCE , THE CHICAG,o CHAPTEP. OF THE
BL.ACK PANTHEP. PAP.TY e.PEAP.HEADED CP.oe.e.-MOVEMENT
COL.L.ABOP.ATION , A
P.ADICAL. P.ECOG,NITION OF INTEP.e.ECTIONAL.ITY INFOP.MED BY BL.ACK FEMINl~M .

THERE /&
G.o MU CH
MORE TO SE
!;AID ON TJ-11~
~US;TECT, AND
FOR TJ-IAT, WE
WOUl.D POINT
YOU
~PECIFICAU.Y

To CHAPTER

6 , " THE
CHICA<;O
MODE&." OF

UNAPO/..OG/ZTIC
(WE Al.-~0
Hl(;HI.Y
RECOMMEND
Tl-IE RUT OF
THE SOOK!).

31

THE FO I..I..OWIN~ A RE ONI..Y A FEW (!!)
OF THE COMM UNITY OR~AN IZ ATION~
THAT YOU CAN A ND ~H OU/..0 ~ ET
INVO I..VED WITH!

A~IAN AMERICAN~
AOVANCING J"U~TICE CHICAGO
{AAAJ"-C) BUII..D~ POWER THROU~H

ASIANAMERICANS

ADVANCIN
JUSTICE
CHICAGO

St.ACK

YOUTH

PRO;[ECT

COI..I..ECTIVE ADVOCACY AND OR~ANIZIN~
TO ACHIEVE
RACIAi..
EQUITY.
FOR
OVER
25
YEAR~,
A6 /AN
AMERICAN6
ACJVANCING iTU6TICE / CHICAGO HA~
WORKED TO BRIN~ TO~ETHER THE ~IAN
AMERICAN
COMMUNITY, AND EMPOWER THEM TO CREATE CHAN~E
IN THEIR COMMUNITI~.
:IN 2017 THEY ADOPTED A NEW
RACIAi.. EQUITY Ml~~ION
THAT Al-1..0W~ THEM TO
EXTEND
BEYOND THEIR COMMUNITY,
FOR~E
NEW
REL-ATION~HIP~ , AND WIN ON l~~UE~ THAT AFFECT Al-I..
MAR~INAI..IZED
COMMUNITIE~.
AAAv-C
MOBIL-IZE~
THROU~H
1-EADER~HIP
DEVEI..OPMENT
PRO~RAM~,
CIVIC EN~A~EMENT, AND ADVOCACY.

(SYP~OO)

I~
NATIONAi..,
MEMBER-BA~ED
OR~ANIZATION
OF Bl-ACK 18-35
YEAR 01..D
ACTIVl~T~ AND OR~ANIZER~,
DEDICATED TO CREATIN~ vU~TICE
AND FREEDOM FOR Al-I..- Bl-ACK PEOPI..E. THEY DO TH I~ THROU~H
BUii-DiN~
A
NETWORK
FOCU~ED
ON
TRAN~FORMATIVE
I..EADER~HIP
DEVEI..OPMENT,
DIRECT
ACTION
OR~ANIZING,,
ADVOCACY, AND POI..ITICAI.. EDUCATION U~ING, A SL-AC!-< QUEER
FEMINl6T /..EN6. THEY MOBII..IZE THROUG,H BUIL-DING, A NETWORK
FOCU~ED ON TRAN~FORMATIVE
I..EADER~HIP
DEVEL-OPME .NT,
DIRECT ACTION ORG,ANIZING,, ADVOCACY, AND EDUCATION. THEIR
MEMBER~HIP
CORE
BEL-IEVE~
IN THE
PRINCIPI..E~
OF
DECl~ION-MAKING,,
RADICAi.. INCI..U~IVITY, AND I~ BUii-DiNG, A
Bl-ACK POI..ITIC THROU~H A Bl-ACK, QUEER , FEMINl~T I-EN~.

/..ITT/..E VI/../..AGE ENVIRONMENTAi,.
ORGANIZATION (/..VEJ"O)

J"U~TICE

THE Ml~~ION OF /..VEiTO I~ TO OR~ANIZE WITH OUR
COMMUNITY
TO
ACCOMPl..l~H
ENVIRONMENTAi..
vU~TICE
IN I..ITTL-E Vll-1..AG,E AND ACHIEVE THE
~EI..F-DETERMINATION
OF IMMIG,RANT, I-OW-INCOME,
AND WORKING,-CI..A~~ FAMII..IE~. THEIR Vl~ION I~ TO
BUII..D A ~U~TAINABI..E COMMUNITY THAT PROMOTE~
THE HEAi-THY
DEVEI..OPMENT
OF YOUTH AND
FAMII..IE~,
PROVIDE~
ECONOMIC
vU~TICE,
AND
PRACTICE~
PARTICIPATORY
DEMOCRACY
AND
~EI..F-DETERMINATION.

32

CI-IICAGO COALITION FOR Tl-IE I-IOME/..E$$ ARE
THE ONL-Y NON-PROFIT
IN IL-1..INOle. DEDICATED TO
ADVOCATINC:, FOR PUBL-IC POL-ICIEe. THAT CURB AND
CAN
UL-TIMATEL-Y
END
HOMEt..Ee.e.NEe.e..
THEIR
ORC:,ANIZATION
L-EADe.
e.TRATEC:,IC
CAMPAIC:,Ne,,
COMMUNITY
OUTREACH,
AND
PUBL-IC
POL.ICY
INITIATIVEe. THAT TARC:,ET THE L-ACI-', OF AFFORDABL-E
HOUe.lNC:, IN METROPOL-ITAN CHICAC:,O AND ACRoe.e,
IL-L-INOle..

~WEET

SWEETWATER
FOUNDATION
There grows the neighborhood

Pl/..~EN

WATER

CHICAGO
COALI
TION
FORTHEHOMELESS

FOIJNOATION

PRACTICEe.
REC:,ENERATIVE
NEIC:,HBORHOOD
DEVEL-OPMENT,
A
CREATIVE AND REC:,ENERATIVE e.oCIAL- ;rue.TICE METHOD,
THAT CREATEe. e.AFE AND INe.PIRINC:, e.PACEe. AND
CURATEe. HEAL-THY, INTERC:,ENERATIONAL- COMMUNITIEe.
THAT TRANe.FoRM THE ECOL-OC:,Y OF ONCE-'Bt..lC:,HTED'
NEIC:,HBORHOOD!,. !,WEET WATER FOUNDATION UTIL-IZE!, A
BL-END OF URBAN AC:,RICUL-TURE, ART, AND EDUCATION TO
TRAN!,FORM
VACANT
!,PACE .e.
AND
ABANDONED
BUIL-DINC:,!, INTO ECONOMICAL-1..Y AND ECOL-OC:,ICAL-1..Y
PRODUCTIVE AND e.U!;TAINABL-E COMMUNITY
A!;!,ET!,
THAT PRODUCE ENC:,AG>ED YOUTH , !,KIL-1..ED WORl-',ER!,,
ART, L-OCAL-L-Y-C:,ROWNFOOD, AND AFFORDABL-E HOUe.lNC:,.

ALLIANCE

I!, A e.oCIAL- ;rue.TICE
ORC:,ANIZATION
COMMITTED
TO
DEVEL-OPINC:,
C:,RAe.!;ROOT!,
1.-EADERe.HIP
IN
PIL-!,EN
AND
NEIC:,HBORINC:, WORl'ilNC:,
CL-A!,!,,
IMMIC:,RANT
COMMUNITIE!,
IN CHICAC:,O'!, 1.-0WER WE!,T !,IDE.
THEY WORl'i FOR QUAL-ITY PUBL-IC EDUCATION ,
AFFORDABL-E
HOU!,INC:,,
C:,OVERNMENT
ACCOUNTABIL-ITY AND HEAL-THY COMMUNITIE!, .
THEIR
C:,OAt..e. INCL-UDE
U!;INC:,
INNOVATIVE
COMMUNITY EDUCATION TOOL-!, AND PROC:,RAM!, ,
DIRECT ACTION ORC:,ANIZINC:, CAMPAIC:,N!, AND
ADVOCACY INITIATIVE!, REFL-ECTINC:, THE POPUL-AR
EDUCATION PHlt..oe.oPHY
OF BUIL-DINC:, !,OCIALCON .!,CIOUe.NE!,!,
FOR PER!;ONAL- AND !,OCIALCot..t..ECTIVE TRAN!;FORMATION.

A$$ATA$

••

OALIG,I-ITERG,{''AO'') 1e. A BL-ACK WOMAN-1..ED,

YOUN<:, PER!,ON-DIRECTED
ORC:,ANIZATION ROOTED IN THE
BL-ACK RADICAL- TRADITION. THEY WERE FOUNDED, PL-ANNED,
-,......AND OPERATED BY BL-ACK WOMEN, FEMME!,,
AND (:,ENDER
NON-CONFORMINC:, PEOPL-E TO CARRY ON THE TRADITION OF
RADICAL- 1.-IBERATORY ACTIVl!,M
ENCOMPA!,!,ED
BY Ae.!;ATA
!,HAKUR, TO TRAIN UP OTHER!, IN THE RADICAL- POL-ITICALTRADITION OF BL.ACK FEMINl!;M,
AND TO L-EARN HOW TO
ORC:,ANIZE ON THE <:,ROUND AROUND BL-ACK L-IBERATION,
PART ICUL-ARL-Y FOR ABOL-ITION. AD PROVIDE!, YOUN<:, BL.ACK
~
PEOPI..E IN CHICAC:,O WITH POI..ITICAL- EDUCATION , L-EADER!,HIP
DEVEI..OPMENT, MENTOR!,HIP, AND REVOI..UTIONARY e.ERVICEe. -

~-----------------~

33

[CHAPTER

9]
..-,.,_..._

~

'

,___,
.............
_,
A BR/£F

_,
'J.J

H l~TOR Y..,,

WHII.-E UCHICAG,O F IR&T OPENED
IT& DOOR& IN 1890
IN HYDE PARK--ACCORDING,
TO THE UNIVER&ITY
&EAl---THE
UNIVER&ITY
WA& ACTUAl.-1.-Y FOUNDED
Al-MO&T
HAL.F-A-CENTURY
PRIOR TO THE E&TABl.-l&HMENT
OF THE HYDE PARK CAMPU& ,
IN THE BP.ONZEV l l.-1.-E NEIG,HBOP.HOOD
OF CHICAG,O . THE OP.IG,INAI.- UNIVER& ITY
OF CHICAG,O
CAMPU&
WA&
FOUNDED
IN 1856
ON I-AND
DONATED
BY THE
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bPR ING. 2018
AND W INTER 2019,
REbPECTIVEL.Y
, WHERE PREbENT
VFACUL.TY AND
bTUDENTb
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AND
AL.I.. FACUL.TY
HAVE
UNANIMOUbL.Y
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bTRUCTURE
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OF THE PROG.RAM , Ab WEL.L. Ab
PATHWAYb
TO RETAINMENT
OF PERMANENT
CREb FACUL.TY AT THE UNIVERb l TY .
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A RE~OL.UTION
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OF
THE EbTABL.lbHMENT
OF A RACE
AND
ETHNIC bTUDIEb
DEPARTMENT
, FURTHER
bOL.IDIFY ING. bTUDENT
DEMAND
FOR
THE
DEPARTMENTALIZAT ION
OF
THE
CREb PROG.RAM .
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DEbPITE
DEMON~TRATED
NEED AND VOCAL.IZED
CoNCERNb
, THE
UN IVERblTY
ADMIN lbTRATORb
REMAIN
IN OPPOb lT ION TO THE EbTABL-lbHMENT
OF
THE
DEPARTMENT
. blMIL.ARL.Y
TO
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CAMPAIG.N , WE
KNOW THAT THE UNIVERb lTY HAb THE
REbOURCE~
TO CREATE
A RACE
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bTUDIEb
DEPARTMENT--FOR
THEM,
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WHII.-E THERE 16 A 1.-0T TO BE 6AIO ABOUT IMM ll:IRATION TO
THE NORTH AMERICAN CONTINENT, WE WANT TO FOCU6 ON
ONE A6PECT OF IT: THE CRIM INAI.-IZATION OF CR066 /N<:,
BORO£R6.
TRUMP ANO H/6 AOMINl6TRATION~
CURRENT
RHETORIC
EXACERBATE6
THE AI.-REAOY
TRAUMATIZIN<:,
EXPERIENCE OF IMM l<:,RANT6 TO THE UN/TEO 6TATE6 OF
AMERICA . HOWEVER , I T 16 IMPORTANT
TO NOTE THAT
OVER-POI.-ICIN<:, BOROER6 , CRIMINAI.-IZIN<:, INOIVIOUAl.-6 WHO
CR066,
TARGETIN<:, MINORITIE6 VIA UNFAIR 1.-A~ ETC. HAVE
BEEN A PART OF AMER ICA~ IMM IGRAT ION POI.-ICY FOR YEAR6 .
BEFORE THE .19206 , M06T IMMIGRANT6 TO THE UN/TEO 6TATE6
OF AMER ICA CAME FROM EUROPE ANO A6 IA. CON6EQUENTI.-Y,
IMMIGRATION WA6 FOCU6EO ON THE EA6T ANO WE6T COA6T6 .
OUR/NG TH/6 ERA , A61AN IMMIGRANT6 WERE THE .t6T TO BE 6EEN
A6 ''11.-1.-E<:,AI.. '' FOR EXAMPI.-E , THE CHINE6E EXCI.-U6ION ACT OF
.1882 WA6 THE F IR6T 6 1<:,NIFICANT 1.-AW THAT RE6TRICTEO
IMMl<:,RAT ION TO THE UN/TEO 6TATE6 . IN
AOO ITION TO
RE6TR ICTING IMMl<:,RANT6 FROM ENTERING THE UN/TEO 6TATE6 ,
TH/6 ACT Al.-60 PREVENTEO TH06E WHO 1.-EFT THE COUNTRY FOR
WHATEVER REA60N
FROM RETURN IN<:, TO THE CONTINENTAi.UN/TEO 6TATE6 . MOREOVER , THE CHINE6E EXCI.-U6 ION ACT
COUPI.-EO WITH THE IMMIGRAT ION ACT OF .191.7 Ol6T INCTI.-Y
CHARACTER IZEO AMERICAN POI.-ITIC6 A6 A GOVERNANCE THAT
PURP06EFUI.-I.-Y FAVOREO WHITE NAT IVl6M. THE IMM l<:,RATION
ACT OF .19.17 IMP06EO
1.-ITERACY TE6T6 ON IMM l<:,RANT6,
CREATEO NEW CATEGOR IE6 FOR INAOMl66IBI.-E PER60N6 , ANO
PROH IBITEO IMMIGRAT ION FROM A6 IA-PAC IFIC ZONE6 .
IT 16 IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT IN TH/6 POINT OF AMER ICA~
Hl6TORY, IT WA6 NOT A CRIME TO CR066 BOROER6 . IT WA6
CRIM INAI.-IZEO ANO OEMEANEO TO BE ANYTHING OTHER THAN A
WHITE AMER ICAN BUT, IT WA6 NOT A CRIME TO ENTER INTO THE
UN/TEO 6TATE6 . 6AO/...Y, THE <:,OVERNMENT COU/...0 OEPORT
UNOOCUMENTEO INOIV IOUA/...6 BUT IT COUl.-0 NOT PR06ECUTE
THEM FOR CRIME6 COMMITTEO Al:IA IN6T THE UN/TEO 6TATE6 OF
AMER ICA.
IN THE .19206 , THAT~ WHEN WHITE NAT I Vl6T6 6TARTEO TO E6PEC IAI.-I.-Y WANT AMER ICA TO
REMA IN WHITE. THERE WA6 AN OBVIOU6 PREFERENCE TO THE RACE/ETHNICITY OF TH06E
INOIVIOUAl.-6 WHO IMMll:IRATEO
TO THE UNITEO 6TATE6 OF AMERICA . THE /OE.Al.IMMIGRANT WA6 FROM NORTHERN ANO EA6TERN EUROPE . THE OROER OF OEC/...INING
PREFERENCE WENT FROM 60UTHERN EUROPE TO A6IAN ANO AAPI WITH 1.-ATINE ANO
BI.-ACI</ AFRICAN IMMl<:,RANT6 BEIN<:, THE I.-EA6T OE6 IREO. TH/6 6ENTIMENT
16 M06T
CI.-EARI.-Y MOOEI.-EO WI TH THE IMMIGRATION
ACT OF .1924 . AFTER Fl<:,HTING IN
AMERICA VERY CI.-EARI.-Y WANTEO TO Ol6TANCE I T6E/...F FROM THE CONTAGIOU6 NATURE
OF COMMUN l6M . MOREOVER , M06T WHITE AMERICAN6 CON6IOEREO THE INOIVIOUA/...6
IMMIGRATIN<:, TO THE UN/TEO 6TATE6 A6 UN6J<II.-/...EO ANO UNEOUCATEO ; THE WHITE
MAiTORITY TREATEO IMMIGRANT6 A6 UNWORTHY COMPETITION FOR iTOB6 ANO /...ANO.
THEREFORE , THE ACT INTROOUCEO --FOR THE FIR6T TIME EVER-- IMMIGRAT ION QUOTA6 .
IT WA6 OUR/N<:, TH/6 TIME THAT THE MEXICAN REVO/...UTION WA6 OCCURR ING WHICH WA6
A REA60N FOR THE INF/...UX OF MEXICAN IMMIGRANT6 INTO THE UN/TEO 6TATE6.

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41

6/NCE U6 PO/..ITICIAN6 HAO IMPL-EMENTEO
6TRINGENT
L-AW6
AGAIN6T
A61AN
IMMIGRATION,
60UTHERN
AGRICUL-TURA/..
SU61NS6£6
HAO TO /..OOK TO ANOTHER
RACIAL-/ETHNIC GROUP TO EXP/..OIT. TH/6 16
WHY WITH THE IMMIGRATION
ACT OF .1924,
AGRISU6IN£66
WA6 ASL-£ TO PREVENT ANY
IMMIGRATION
QUOTA6
ON NORTH ANO
60UTH AMERICAN
COUNTR/£6 . THE ON/..Y
THING THAT COUL-0 CURTAIL- AN OSVIOU6/..Y
RAC/6T
/..AW
WA6
CAPITA/..l6TIC
SU61NS6MEN
ATTEMPTING
TO PROTECT
THE IR
WI0£6PREAO
EXP/..0/TATION
OF
PEOP/..£ OF COL.OR.

ANO M06T
TERRIFYING/..Y, TH/6
CRIM INAL-IZATION /..IV£6 ON IN
CURRENT
AMERICAN
POL.ICY
THROU<:,H 6£CT ION .1325
OF
TIT/..£ B WHICH MAKS
IT A
CRIME FOR AN INOIVIOUAL- TO
ENTER INTO THE UN/TEO 6TATS
60MEWHER£
OTHER THAN AN
OFF ICIAL- PORT OF ENTRY

HOWEVER ,
IN
.1929,
WHITE
6UPREMAC l6T
6£NATOR
CO/..EMAN
/..IV/N<:,6TON S/..£A6£
ACHIEVEO
A
COMPR/6£
BETWEEN
NATIVl6T
ANO
A<:,R/CUL-TURAL- INTER£6T6 . IN6TEAO
OF
IMPL-EMENTIN<:,
A
QUOTA
OR
CAPPIN<:, THE P066IS/..£
NUMBER OF
/..AT/NE IMMIGRANT6,
THE U6 COU/..0
PA66 A /..AW THAT CRIMINAL-IZEO --FOR
THE FIR6T TIME EVER IN UN/TEO 6TATS
Hl6TORY--INOIV IOUAL-6 WHO CR066£0
BOROER6 .
S/..£A6£
INTROOUCEO
"L-EGAl.!1 ENTRY
PO tNr6 ,
THROUGH
WHICH
EVERY
INOIVIOUALWHO
IMM/<:,RATEO TO THE UN/TEO 6TAT£6
HAO TO PA66 THROU<:,H. MOREOVER, AT
TH£6£
''L-EGA/.!1
ENTRY
POINT6 ,
IMMl<:,RANT6 HAO TO PAY A FEE ANO SE
6USiTECT£0
TO T£6T6 . THSE
T£6T6
WERE
OVERTL-Y
OEHUMANIZ/N<:, ;
IMM/<:,RANT6 TO THE UN/TEO 6TAT£6
HAO TO BE 6USiTECT TO KER06£N£
BATH6 ANO 0£/..0U6 /N<:, PROCEOUR£6 .
IN ONE YEAR AL.ONE , 6£CT ION .1325 OF
TIT/..£ B AL-/..OWEO FOR THE GOVERNMENT
OF THE UN/TEO 6TAT£6 , FOR THE F IR6T
TIME IN IT6 Hl6TORY, TO PR06£CUT£ ANO
CRIMINAL-IZE
OVER
44 ,000
UNOOCUMENTEO ENTRY CA6£6 BECAU6£
ONE
WHITE
6UPREMACl6T
6£NATOR
WANTEO TO KEEP AMERICA WHITE.

HOWEVER , CRIMINAL-IZ/N<:, ANO PR06£CUTION
UNOER 6£CTION .1325
QUICKL-Y L-£66£N£0
OURIN<:, WWII BECAU6£
THE U6 N££0£0
CHEAP
/..ABOR WHI/..£ THEIR 60/..0IER6
WERE OFF F/<:,HT/N<:, IN THE WAR. YET
AGAIN, CAPITAL-l6T IC INTER£6T WA6 THE ON/..Y THIN<:, THAT 6UPER6£0£0
6TUPIO/..Y RACl6T POL.ICY. /..OVEL-Y. TH/6 TIME, THE U6 IMPL-EMENTEO EVEN
MORE POL.ICY TO CIRCUMVENT THE NATIV l6T L-AW6 THAT THEY PUT INTO
PL.ACE FOR THEM6£/..V£6. THE BRACERO PRO<:,RAM , BEGAN IN .1942 , WA6
A 6£R/£6
OF AGR££MENT6
THAT PROM /6£0 MEX ICAN IMM/<:,RANT6
6ANITAT ION, AOEQUATE 6H£/..TER , FOOO/WATER , A6 WE/../..A6 A M IN IMUM
OF 30 CENT6 AN HOUR IF THEY FU/..Fl/../..£0 THE 6£VER£
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IT WA6N 1T UNTIL- <:,EORGE W. SU6H'6 AOMIN l6TRATION THAT THE U6
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IT 16 6£CTION .1325 THAT PROV/0£0
THE /..£<:,A/..l6TIC BACKBONE FOR
OBAMA ANO TRUMP$, PR£6/0£NCl£6
TO A/../..OW FAM I/..Y 6£PARATION6 ,
CHI/..OREN IN CAG£6, ANO 60 MUCH MORE.

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45

AA l TWEOII.Y l'ERSOH
ON THE TEAAtlMO'S
SIRAJGIIT?

Janelle Monae has unleashed the emotional, sexual bender in all of us.
If there's anything ,,,e can agree on in the nameof POCSolidarity, it's that
We're All Gay™. No more packing in like meaty sausages next to the
"socially liberal, fiscally conservative" \Vhite gay male v,ho said something
problematic in sosc the ot her day. Or being forced to talk with the \vhite
soft butch lesbianwith a partially shavedhead \vho has #BLM on her
tinder profile. Come dance \ 1ith people who actually have rhythm, v1ho
don't perform their queernessas wokeness.This is your time to feel
poy1erful but also ,•lit h a litt le bit of tender.
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Baby,dont make me spell it out for ya: Queer Poe, this is made for you.
Come out and feel so good so good so fucking real.
[FB
EVENT
DE~CP.IPTION
FP.OM THE 1 ~T G.OC , 2018]

NON-MEN

COMMUNITY

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PEOPL.E
&
WOMEN/
WOMEN-AL.IC.NEO L.OVINC. WOMEN ON CAMPO& .

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[CHAPTER

12]

FRATERNITIE~

AT THE IJNIVER~ITY OF CHICAGO : !T MAY NOT COME A~ A ~U RPRl~E

THAT <:>REEK L.IFE AT UCHICAG>O I~ NOT Ab PROMINEN T Ab IT lb AT OTHER UNIVERblTIE~. THA1
FACT DOEb NOT EXCL.UDE THEM FROM THE NARRATIVEb OF TOX IC MAbC UL.INITY AND RAClbM ,
AND THE RAPE CUL.TURE THAT FRATERNITIEb HAVE FObTERED NATIONWIDE .

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TH/; FINANC IAISUROcN OF TH/; C06T OF ATTcNOANCc ON FGI-I 6TUOcNT6 .

THE CENTER FOR COLLEGE &TIJOENT &IJCCEG,G, {CCG,G,},l-OCATEO
ON THE FOURTH Fl-OOR OF THE WE6T TOWER OF HARPER MEMORIAll-lBRARY, 16 AN OFFICE OEOICATEO TO 6ERVING THE NEE06 OF FGl-I ANO
LJNOOCLJMENTEO 6TLJOENT6. IT OFFER6 6EVERAl- RSOLJRCE6
TO HELP
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BOARO. FOR IN6TANCE, YOLJMAY FINO THAT YOLJR COLJR6E6 REQUIRE YOLJ TO
HAVE EXPEN6IVE TEXTBOOK6 ANO NOVEl-6. 1-LJCKll-Y,THE CC66 OPERATE6
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CI-A66E6 ON A QLJARTERl-Y BA616! HOWEVER, WE AOVl6E YOLJ CHECK YOLJR
BOOK6 OLJT RIGHT WHEN THE CC66 OPEN6 ON THE FIR6T OAY OF CI-A66E6
OF THE QUARTER. FURTHERMORE, YOLJ CAN Al-60 EMAIi- TAI-AYA 1-EGETTE
{TI-EGETTE@LJCHICAGO.EOLJ} TO CHECK OLJT A 1-APTOP OLJRING THE 6CHOOIYEAR IF YOLJ00 NOT OWN ONE OR FINO THAT YOLJR 1-APTOP 16 NO 1-0NGER
WORKING. THE CC66 Al-60 OPERATE6 A PRINTING 6TATION, WHERE YOLJCAN
PRINT 1.00 PAGE6 PER QUARTER! YOLJ ARE ABLE TO 6/GN-LJP LJ6/NG TH/6
I-INK, WHICH Wit-I- PROCE66 YOLJRACCOUNT WITHIN 3-5 BLJ6/NE66 OAY6.

CENTER ..far
COLLEGE
STUDENT
SUCCESS

AN AOOITIONAI- RE60LJRCE THAT THE CC66 PROVIOE6 16 A
NO-INTERE6T l-OAN PROGRAM! FGl-I 6TLJOENT6, LJPON ARRIVING
AT THE LJNIVER6ITY, CAN EXPERIENCE LJNEXPECTEO 6TART-LJP
C06T6 1-IKE A BROKEN COMPUTER OR A FAMII-Y EMERGENCY
THAT REQLJIRE6 A l-A6T-MINLJTE PI-ANE TICKET HOME. CC66
LJNOER6TAN06 THAT 1-IFE HAPPEN6, ANO OFFER6 A 6MAI-I- 1-0AN
PROGRAM FREE OF Al-I- THE 6TRE66FLJI- 6TIGMA AROLJNO
I-OAN6. THE6E I-OAN6, WHICH CAN AMOUNT TO £JP TO $500, ARE
Ol6TRIBLJTEO BY THE CC66 ANO Ol6PEN6EO BY THE ON-CAMPLJ6
MAROON CREOIT UNION. YOLJ GET TO OECIOE HOW MLJCH YOLJ
NEEO, WHEN YOLJR 1-0AN 16 OUE, ANO WHAT YOLJ NEEO IT FOR!
AOOITIONAl-1-Y, IF YOLJ ARE LJNABI-E TO PAY BACK THE 1-0AN BY
THE AGREEO OATE, YOLJ W/1-1-NOT BE REPORTEO TO ANY CREOIT
COi-i-ECTOR, ANO IT Wll-1- NOT AFFECT YOLJR CREOIT 6CORE; THE
CC66 6TAFF ARE VERY LJNOER6TANOING, ANO CAN WORK WITH
YOLJANO YOLJR6ITLJATION.

==MEAL&==
WHII-E 1-IVING ON-CAMPU6, IT 6HOUI-O SE NOTEO THAT THE
0/NING HAl-1-6 CI-06E ON 6ATUROAY6 AT 2PM. WEAi-THiER
6TUOENT6 MAY CH006E
TO EAT our IN THE CITY OR
AROUNO HYOE PAR/'f, BUT YOU 6HOUI-O NOT WORRY ABOUT
ORAINING YOUR WAI-I-ET. THE 6ATUROAY NIGHT MEAi- 6WIPE
PROGRAM AI-I-OW6 Al-I- 6TUOENT6 TO RECEIVE ONE MEAiEVERY 6ATUROAY FROM 4:30PM-7:30PM
AT HUTCHIN60N
COMMON6. TH/6 16 A GREAT PROGRAM THAT HA6 6AVEO
6TUOENT6 MONEY, BUT IT ONI-Y CAME A COUPI-E OF YEAR6
AGO AFTER YEAR6 OF THE &OCIOECONOMIC
17/VER&ITY
A/.1.IANCE {&17A)'6 AOVOCACY WOR/'f.

==BREAH&==
MANY FGI-I 6TUOENT6 FINO THAT Fl-YING HOME OUR/NG WINTER OR
6PRING SREAl'f 16 NOT P066181-E OUE TO EXPEN61VE FI-IGHT TICl'fET6.
6TUOENT6 6HOUI-O NOT WORRY TOO MUCH ABOUT HOU61NG ON CAMPU6
OUR/NG SREAl(6. CI-06ER TO THE ENO OF FAl-1- OR WINTER QUARTER, THE
HOU6ING ANO RE6IOENCE OFFICE EMAll-6 6TUOENT6 A 1-INl'f TO 6/GN UP
TO 6TAY ON CAMPU6 OUR/NG THE SREAI(. 6TUOENT6 MAY 6TAY IN
INTERNATIONAiHOU6E (I-HOU6E}
ANO MU6T ARRANGE TO HAVE AN
I-HOU6E RE6IOENT Al-I-OW THEM TO 6TAY IN THEIR ROOM.
OUR/NG SREAK6, 0/NING HAl-1-6 ARE NOT OPEN, BUT THE CENTER FOR
IOENTITY ANO INCI-U6ION (CI+I}
H06T6 THE BREAK MEAi- PROGRAM
(MAINI-Y OUR/NG 6PRING BREAK}, WHICH AI-I-OW6 6TUOENT6 ACCE66 TO
FOOO OUR/NG TH/6 TIME. SE ON THE 1-00KOUT FOR THE 6/GN-UP NEAR
THE ENO OF THE QUARTER. AOOITIONAI-I-Y, ON THE I-A6T OAY OF THE
QUARTER, THE CI+I OPEN A ''GROCERY 6TORE,'' WHERE 6TUOENT6 MAY
TAl'fE GROCERIE6 FOR FREE. THE CC66 ANO CI+I HAVE SEEN WORKING
VERY HAO TO OIMINl6H FOOO IN6E,CURITY.
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(RETAINER FEE6, SAIi-}, ANO
MUCH MORE! THEIR FUNOING, WHICH 16 Ol6PEN6EO A6 GRANT6 (60 NO NEEO TO
REPAY THEM!}, COME6 OIRECTI-Y FROM 6TUOENT6 THROUGH FUNORAl61NG
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[CHAPTER 14]

THEPEOPLE, UNITED,
WILLNEVERBEDEFEATED!
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I~ ~Tlt...t... A PROUD UNION TOWN. MO~T
CHICAQ,OAN~ ARE EITHER IN A UNION OR
HAVE FRIEND~ AND FAMIL.Y WHO ARE
UNION MEMBER~ , AND
THE
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MOVEMENT
HA~ A ~TRONQ, INFL.UENCE
ON THE CITY'~ ECONOMY AND POL.ITICAL.
~CENE.

PROTECT
OUR.

SUPER·

6

UNDER~RADUATE~
PO~~E~~
THE
POWER TO HEL.P UNIONIZATION EFFORT~
IN
EN~URIN~
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WORKER~ ARE ABL.E TO MAKE A DECENT
t...lVIN~. IN MANY WAY~, THE UNIVER~ITY
I~ BUIL.T AROUND IT~ UNDER~RADUATE~
-- NEARL.Y 20% OF THE UNIVER~ITY'~
NON-MEDICAL.
REVENUE COME~ FROM
TUITION. WHEN UNDER~RADUATE~
iTOIN
THEIR VOICE~ WITH CAMPU~ WORKER~ ,
ADMINl~TRATOR~
ARE FORCED TO TAKE
-NOTICE.

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&TIJ&JENT& ORGANIZING, IJNITE&J WITH t..ASOR (&OIJL.}, I~ THE UNDERC:,RADUATE
~TUDENT ORC:,ANIZATION THAT HA~ BEEN AT THE FOREFRONT OF THE FIC:,HT FOR 1.-ABOR
~U~TICE ON CAMPU~ . THEY ARE THE UCHICAC:,O CHAPTER OF UNITED ~TUDENT~ AC:,AIN~T
~WEAT~HOP~ , AN Al.-1..IED ORC:,ANIZATION OF THE AFL.-CIO . ~INCE IT~ FOUND ING, IN 1999 ,
THEY ' VE 1.-ED ~UCCE~~FUI..
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~UPPOP.T~ C:,~U•~ FIC:,HT FOP. P.ECOC:,NITION AND EVEN CAl.-1..ED FOR FOP. UNDEP.C:,P.AD
~UPPOP.T DURING, THE PROTE~T •~ THAT TOOK PL.ACE 1.-~T YEAR .
Fellx Lecocq

when you love unions so much you craft a 791-word email telling us that
your workers don't need one

The University of Chicagois notopposed to unions. TheUnrversity
hasproduclJVe
rela!Jonsh1ps
wrthorganized
labor1ngeneral
, and

61

CAMP/JG, I..ABOR (l,I..O&&ARY :

AAIJP : THE AMERICAN AbbOC1ATION OF UNlVER!::.ITY PROFEb!::.ORb . THE U OF C'!::, CHAPTER
IS. AN ADVOCACY CHAPTER , A G,P,oUP OF PROFE8.80R8
ADVOCATING, FOR ACADE.MIC FREEDOM AND !:.HARED
INVOL.VED IN G,!::,U'b oRC:,ANIZINC:, EFFO RTS..

oRC:iAN IZED AROUND THE G,OAL. OF
G,OVERNANCE . THE AAUP I!::, AL.!::.O

AFT:

THE AMERICAN
FEDERATION
OF TEACHER!::. . THE CHICAG,O TEACHER!::, UNION ,
REPRE!::.ENTING, TEACHERS. IN CHICAG,O PUBL.IC !;,,CHOOL.!::,
, IS. L-OCAL- 1 OF THE AFT. G,!::,UIS.
AFF1L.IATED WITH THE AFT, AL.ONG, WITH THE AAUP..

BARGAINING

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G,ROUP

OF

EMPL.OYEES.

REPRES.ENTED

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C0/.-1,,ECTIVE

BARGAINING, : THE PROCES.b

BY WHICH UNION REPREbENTATIVES.
AND
ADMINIS.TRATION REPRES.ENTATIVE8 NEC:,OTIATE A CONTRACT. THE CONTRACT WIL-L. L-AS.T FOR
A S.ET NUM B ER OF YEA R8 , AND 8ET!:t !:tAL..ARlE!:t, BENEFIT£:, AND WORKINC:, CO NDIT10N£:. DURI NG
THAT TIME .

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TO NEC:,OTIATE A CONTRACT.. L-ITIC:,ATION I!:, ONGOING .
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[CHAPTER

15]

UCHICAG.O'!:.
!:,TUDENT
G.OVERNMENT
(!:.G.) I!:, THE
CAMPU!:,
G.OVERNING,
BODY THAT OVER!:.EE!:.
OVER
20,000
!:,TUDENT!:,
ACRO!:,!:,
THE COL..L..EG.E, AL..L..
G.RADUATE
DIVl!:.ION!:.,
AND
AL..L.. PROFE!:.!:.IONAL..
!:.CHOOL..!:, AND OVER!:.EE!:.
A 2 MIL..L..ION DOL..L..AR
BUDG.ET EVERY YEAR.
EVEN THOUG.H, UCHICAG.O'!:.
!:,G, HA!:. PREVIOU!:.L..Y
BEEN
RANKED
ONE OF THE
BE$T
COL..L..EG.E $TUDENT
G,OVERNMENT$
IN THE
COUNTRY , FOR YEAR!:.
IT HA!:. BEEN RIDDL..ED WITH
POL..ITICAL.. !:.CANDAL.. AND CRITICIZED
FOR BEING,
11
"DY$FUNCTIONAL-''
AND
''Dl$APPOINTING,
WITH ...__
EVEN !:.OME
QUE!:.TIONING,
IT!:, MERE
EXl!:.TENCE .
IN
!:,PITE
OF THE i:TUDG.EMENT!:,,
!:,G, CAN BE A
POWERFUL.. BODY THAT BRING.!:. ABOUT
EFFECTIVE
CHANG.E ON CAMPU!:, WITH THE R IG.HT AG.ENDA AND
ENOUG.H !:.TUDENT
!:.UPPORT.

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OF COL..L..EG.E COUNCIL..
(CC),
G.RAD
COUNCIL..
(G.C),
EXECUTIVE
COMMIT TEE (EC),
AND COMMITTEE!:..
CC
REPRE!:.ENT!:,
AL..L..
UNDERG.RADUATE
!:,TUDENT!:, AND I!:, COMPRl!:.ED
OF 16 FUL..L..
TIME !:,TUDENT!:,,
4 FROM EACH CL.A!:.!:.. G.C
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IT
CURRENTL..Y
HA!:.
REPRE!:.ENTATION
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AND PROFE!:,!:, IONAL..
!:,CHOOL..!:..
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OF
THE
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VICE PRE!:.IDENT
OF !:,TUDENT
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AND
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OF
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(COL..L..ECTIVEL..Y
KNOWN
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BOARD
OF
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FOR
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AND ONE FOR G.RADUATE!:.),
THE CHAIR!:,
OF
CC
AND
G.C,
AND
THE
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FINAL..L..Y, !:,G, HA!:.
A
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AND
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AbbEMBL..Y
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WHERE
CC
AND G.C MEET, AND MEET WITH THE
PROVO!:,T
AND
THE
PRE!:.IDENT
ONCE
A QUARTER.
THOUG,H
THE
EXPL..ICIT
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AND POWER OF
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PREb lDENT
AND VICE PREb lDENTb
ROOM
TO
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OUT
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THE
OTHER
NON-COMMITTEE
CHAIR POblTIONb
ON EC bERVE
Ab
L..IAl!:.ONb
FOR
THE bTUDENT
BODY.

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A
TYPICAL..
G.OVERNMENT,
EACH
A!:.PECT
OF
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HA!:.
DEblG.NATED
POWER!:.
TO
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ABOUT
CHANG.E.
MO!:.T
L..IKEL..Y,
YOU'L..L.. HEAR ABOUT
!:,G, THROUG,H
11
THEIR
REbOL..UTIONb'',
E!:.!:.ENTIAL..L..Y THE !:,G, EQUIVAL..ENT
OF BIL..L..!:,. REPREbENTATIVEb
ON
CC AND G,C HAVE THE POWER
To
WRITE
AND CAL..L.. FOR VOTE!:.
ON
RE!:.OI-UTION!:,,
WHICH CAN ACT A!:.
DEMAND!:.
TO
THE
UNIVER!:.ITY
ADMINl!:.TRATION,
PUBL..IC
bTATEMENTb
ON RECENT
CAMPUb
HAPPENING,!:,,
OR
IMMEDIATEL..Y
ENFORCEABL..E
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A!:.
FOR
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CREATION
OF
COMMITTEE!:..

COMMUNITY-GOVERNMENT
/...IAl~ON
FObTERb
A RE L..ATION!:,HI P BETWEEN
HYDE
PARK
AND
UNIVERblTY
bTUDENTb.
INCL.UDE!:.
CREATING.
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FOR !:,TUDENT!:,
AT HYDE PARK RE!:.TAURANT!:,.
/...IAl~ON
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UNIVER!:.ITY
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AND bTUDENTb.
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AND
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CAN APPL..Y TO BE IN THEbE
MEETING.!:,
!:,O IF THI!:, IN TERE!:,T!:, YOU, BE
!:.URE TO L..OOK OUT FOR APPL..ICATION!:,
THROUG.HOUT
THE !:.CHOOL.. YEAR.

APRIi.-

20.1.6

£.ANCTION
{BD~)
RE£.ot..UTION
:

AFTER
MUCH DEBATE,
CC VOTED
IN
FAVOR
OF CAL.L.ING> FOR UCHICAG>O
TO DIVE~T
FROM
10
BU~INE£.£.E£,
PROFITT ING,
OFF
!£.RAEL.!£.
APARTHEID
OCCUPATION
OF
PA t..E£.TINE.
THE WEt..t..-£.UPPOP.TED,
At..BEIT
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RE£.OL.UTION
1£,
PAP.T OF A L.ARG>ER BD£. MOVEMENT
ACRo£.£,
COL.L.EG>E
CAMPU£.E£.
IN
£,UPPOP.T
OF
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t..lBERATION.
UNFORTUNATEL..Y,
THE
UCHICAG>O
IMMEDIATEL.Y
RE L.EA£.ED
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REM INDING> U£. OF IT£,
COMMITMENT
TO
G>t..OBAt..
OPPRE£.£.ION
UNDER
THE G>U1£.E OF
NEUTRAL-I TY.

APRIi.-

20.1.S

MENTALHEAL.TH AND
UCPD
£.HOOTING, : AFTEP.
A
UCPD
OFFICER
£.HOT
A
£.TUDENT
EXPERIENCING,
A
MENTAL..
HEAL.TH
CR1£.1£, (D1£.CU£.£.ED
IN CHAPTER
5),
£,G,
VOTED
ON
A
RE£.Ot..UTION
ADVOCATING,
FOR
BETTER
MENTAL.
HEAL-TH £.ERVICE£.
FOR £.TUDENT£,.

OECEMSER

20.1.6

6

20.1.9 AN_Tl-~~OBTION

FOR

UNDOCUMENTED/DACAMENTED
$,TUDENT$ : FIR£.T-YEAR
REP£.
CAt..t..ED
ON UCHICAG>O
To
BE A 11 £.ANCTUARY
CAMPU£.''
BY NOT COOPERATING,
WITH
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IN THE EVENT
OF
DEPORTATION£,.
THE RE£.O t..UTION
WA£,
CREATED
AFTER
THE 2016
EL..ECTION
WHEN
IT BECAME
CL.EAR
THAT
THE
ANTI-IMMIG>RANT
RHETOR IC E£.POU£.ED
FOR MONTH£,
BY TRUMP
WA£. NOW A
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REA L.ITY. THE
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PART
OF
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COUNCIL..
FOR
DACAMENTED/UNDOCUMENTED
£,TUDENT£..

3'ANIJARY
MAY

£.UPPORT

RE£,OJ::UTION :
THEN FOURTH-YEAR
REP AND PRE£. IDENT
OF
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REPUBt..lCAN£.,
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BARBIN,
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FUND,
AN
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COMMITTEE
THAT
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PUBL.ICt..Y
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FUNDING,
FOR ABORTION£.,
AFTER
IT HAD RECE IVED
$3,000
FROM CC THE WEEK BEFORE.
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BIL..t.. WA£. MET
WITH MAJ'OR
BACKt..A£.H
FROM THE CAMPU£.
COMMUNITY.
WITHIN A
FEW
HOUR£.,
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CC MEETING,
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t..OUNG>E
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THE Blt..t.. Ut..TIMATEt..Y
FAIL.ED
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CC REP£..

20.1.9

£.UPPORT
FOR
CUL..TURAL.
CENTER£. :
WITH ONL..Y J'U£.T ONE 11 NAY''
VOTE,
AL.I.. OF £,G, VOTED
IN
OVERWHEL.MING>
FAVOR
FOR
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OF CUt..TURAt..
CENTER£.
FOR
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L.ATINX,
AND
A£.IAN/ A£.IAN
AMERICAN
£,TUDENT£. . WORD
ON THE £,TREET
WA£. THAT
ADMIN1£,TRATION
WERE
NOT
HAPPY TO HEAR ABOUT IT A£.
THEY HAVE £,TONEWAt..L.ED
UC
UNITED'£.
CAMPAIG>N
FOR
CUt..TURAt..
CENTER£.
FOR
YEAR£..

APRIi.-

20.1.9

G>RAD £.TUDENT
UNION
RE$Ot..UTION
:
THE
ENTIRE
£,G, A£.£.EMBt..Y
PA£.£.ED
A RE£.OL..UT ION FOR UCHICAG>O
TO RECOG>NIZE
G>RAD £.TUDENT
UNIONIZATION.

MAY

20;1.9

bUPPORT
FOR
ETHNIC
bTUDIE=, :
=,<':, AbbEMBL-Y
VOTED
IN
bU P PORT O F A COMPARATIVE
RACE AND
ETHNIC
bTUD IEb
DEPARTMENT,
WHICH
INCL-UDE=,
C REATING,
20
TENURE-TRACK
POblTION=,
IN CREb,
AND A <':,RADUATE
CREb
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AND
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A
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BODY
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, THERE
ARE
PEOP L-E WHO WANT
UCHICAG>O
TO
MAINTAIN
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P~OTE~TING,
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~P~ING,
2019

MAY

20;1.6

PAYING,
=,L-ATE : =,L-ATE
HA=, ATTEMPTED
MUL-TIPL-E T IME=, TO
PAY
EXECUT IVE
COMM ITTEE ' ""·•
MEMBER=,
A MIN IMUM WAG>E =,T IPEND
WITH THE F IR=,T T IME IN MAY 2016 .
THE
REbOL-UTION
FA IL-ED
W ITH
CONCERN=,
OVER
WHAT
IT
WOU L-D
MEAN FOR =,<':, TO \\PAY THEMbEL-VEb
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THE RE=,OL-UT ION WA=, BROUC:,HT
UP
AC:,AIN AT THE C:,ENERAL- AbbEMBL-Y
MEETING,
THE FOL-L-OW ING> MONTH BUT
THE
FORMER
CC
REPREbENTAT
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CAL.V IN
COTTREL-L- ,
AL-ONG,
W ITH
ANOTHER
CC REP , WAL-KED
OUT AT
THE BEG>INN ING> OF THE MEETING> AND
RUINED
QUORUM
NEEDED
TO
ACTUAL-L-Y VOTE ON THE REbOL-UTION
.
TWO YEAR=,
L-ATER , WHEN COTTREL-LWA=,
=,<':, PRE=, IDENT , HE
AND
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EXECUT IVE
COMMITTEE
PROPObED
AND
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W ITH
MUCH
BACKL-AbH
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THE
REbT
OF THE
bTUDENT
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TERM
REbPONDED
TO CAMPUb
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THE PAYMENT=, .

~EPTEMSER

L.OUNG,E
BIL.I.. ,

20;1.;J.

MARKETPL-ACE
: BEFORE
IT
WA=,
HANDED
OVER
TO THE
MAROON ,
THE
ONL. INE
BUY-AND-bE
L.L.
WEB=, ITE FOR UCHICA<':,O =,TUDENT=,
WA=,
REL.AUNCHED
AND
MAINTAINED
BY =,<':, FOR 7 YEAR=,.

FESRIJARY

20;1.5

UPA$$ : THE
NOW
W IDEL.Y
UbED
UPA=ib
I=,
ACTUAL-1..Y NOT EVEN 5 YEAR=, OL-D
AT UCHICAG>O. IT =,TARTED
Ab AN
INIT IATIVE PIONEERED
BY FORMER
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AND
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ACT IVl=,T , T YL-ER Kl=,=, ING>ER, AND
COMMUNITY
AND
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A
CAMPUb
WIDE
REFERENDUM
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THE
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FESRIJARY

20:1.9 FREE TAMPON=,

:

AFTER THREE YEAR=, OF ADVOCACY
AND
WORK ING, W ITH
UNIVER=, ITY
ADMIN l bTRATION ,
FORMER
=,<':,
PRE=, IDENT
=,AT G>UPTA WA=, ABL.E
TO
PIONEER
FREE
MEN=,TRUALPRODUCT=,
IN A VENDING,
MACH INE
IN THE A-1..EVEL- OF THE REG, .

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WITH
BEING,
EXCL.UblVE
AND
L.ACKING,
TRANbPARENCY
BUT IT DOEbN'T
HAVE TO
BE THAT WAY. THERE
ARE MANY
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CHAI Rb
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REPREbENTATIVEb
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THE
FIRbT
HAL.F
OF
AUTUMN
QUARTER
AND
FIRbT
YEAR€> ARE
ENCOURAG.ED
TO RUN!
YOU CAN EVEN BRING, IMPO RTANT
lbbUEb
TO
YOUR
REPREbENTATIVE
OR
TO
A
COMMITTEE
AND
THEY
CAN
HEL.P
BY
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THE lbbUE
IN €,G, OR G.IVING,
YOU ACCEbb
TO CAMPUb
ADMINlbTRATORb
DIRECTL.Y.
€,G, lb AT 1Tb MObT
EFFECTIVE
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WHEN EVERYONE
CARE€>
AND WORK€> TOWARD€> A BETTER
CAMPUb.

CARE

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3. COMMUNITY
bERVICE
FUND
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Ab b AUL.T AWA R ENE bb
AND P R EVENTION
(bAAP)
5 . CAMPUb
bUbTA INAB IL.ITY
6. COMMITTEE
ON REG.lb T E R ED
€,TUDENT
ORG.AN IZAT IONb
(CO R bO)
7 . FINANCE
COMMITTEE
{€,G,FC)
8 . COMMITTEE
ON ACADEM IC
TEAM€> (CAT)
9 . EL.ECTIONb
& RUL.E b (E&R)
COMMITTEE
10 . PR OG.R AM COO R DINATING,
COUNCIL. (PCC)
EACH COMMITTEE
HA€> A BUDG.ET
AL.L.OCATED
BY bl-ATE
AND
lb
TAbKED
TO
IMPROVE
CAMPUb
L.IFE IN THEIR REbPECTIVE
FIEL.D .
bOME
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DORTON , iTAHNE
BROWN,
AND
KOb l ACHIFE
WERE
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TO
BE
THE
1€,T
AI-L.-WOMAN
bl-ATE
IN THE PA b T
20 YEAR€> WITH iTAHNE BECOMING,
THE 1€>T BL.ACK WOMAN TO BE €,G,
PRE~IDENT
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lb
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OF THEIR " CAREBEARb
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WITH
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2 :1
MARG.IN .
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PL.ATFORM
PRIOR IT IZED
€,TUDENTb
OF
COL.OR , MENTAL.
HEAL. TH ,
AND
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bTUDENT
L.ABOR . THEIR TERM HA€>
THE POTENTIAL.
TO BRING, ABOUT
bUBbTANTIAL.
CHANG.E
FOR
bTUDENTb
ON CAMPUb .

f-ORMORElNEORMIITION.f
SG.U€HlaJIGa.EtU
FB.COMcUCHICJIG.OSG.
~ ~,GllCRl€JIGQ

[CHAPTER 16]

fllYf/QIL IM.ffl

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IN COW..:EG.E
CAN dF'TEN

TAKING. CARE OF Y~F

FEEL- MORE OIFFIC!Jl T &INCE YOO ARE ExPECTEO TO
PO IT ON YOUR OWN, TAKING, YOUR &oPIE& ANO ftEM..'Tl-t
INTOACCOUNT AfiD TAKING. THE &TEP.ItTO FIX THING.&.
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FUN QOE6 TO DIE." Wttll-E IT MAY BE COTE TO ALAP ON THE FRONT OF A T-&1-URT OR iJ'OtiiE
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ON ANY CoL.L.EC:,E CAMPU& , AND MANY OF THE&E l&&UE& CAN
BE EXACERBATED
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MAN&UETO. &UT IT REA'-l-Y 1& THE
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PHY&ICAL l .Y HEAL.THY, Al-I-OWING, YOU
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I wish university mental health weeks
were more about providing mandatory
training to supervisors and academics
on how to manage and help their
students through difficult times and
less about getting people to do yoga.
6:00 AM • 2019-02-07 • Twitter for iPhone

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CONT.
THERE HAVE AL.~O BEEN ~EVERAL. ON-CAMPU~ INITIATIV~
FOCU~ING, ON MENTAL. HEAL.TH.
#CARENOTCOPG,
I~ A ~TUDENT-t..ED ORG,ANIZING, G,ROUP THAT WA~ ~TARTED IN APRIL. OF
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AMOUNT OF MONE Y AND RE~OURCEb CURRENTLY BEING, DIRECTED TOWARD FUNDING, THE
UCPD ~HOUL.D BE REDIRECTED TOWARD ''RE~TORATIVE iTU~TICE , MENTAL. HEALTHCARE
ACCE~~ . EDUCATION , EMPLO YMENT, HOU~ING,, ACCE~~ TO NUTRITIOU~ FOOD, AND ART .''

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July 18

The University of Chicago is committed 10 promoting the mental health and
well -being of UChicago undergraduate and graduate students by providing
access ible, high-quality , culturally sens,uve mental health servic:8s,

THE TROLLEYPROBLEM
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health

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Organization of Students with
Disabi lities

[CHAPTER

17]



Jonathan Rosa
@OrJon.ithanRosa

My two cents on starting grad school: Cultivate a
healthy political, spiritual, and intellectual life off
campus-when The University of Chicago attacked
me. the City of Chicago sustained me, and I'll never
forget it.

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PARK . HOU&E&
EXHIBIT&,
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AND
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