Open Letter from Morton Grove Residents, Businesses & Organizations Supporting a Welcoming Community Ordinance To the President and Trustees of the Village of Morton Grove, and candidates for election for Mayor and Trustee: We, the undersigned residents, community organizations, and businesses who make up the Morton Grove community, write to
More than 1,000 people of different faiths marched in solidarity with the Muslim community on Sunday in Morton Grove. by Genevieve Bookwalter About 500 people packed the basement of the Muslim Education Center Sunday while hundreds more spilled upstairs and outside the building, during an interfaith demonstration calling for sanctuary
Multiracial and multi-faith group joined by elected officials to express solidarity with of Muslim and Arab, immigrant, LGBT, Jewish communities and with those with disabilities The day after Chicagoans shut down O’Hare Airport to force the release of detained refugee families and resist President Trump’s ongoing flurry of executive orders
More than fifty people joined together in Morton Grove on Saturday, September 24 to create understanding and fellowship between people of different faiths, backgrounds and ethnicities. In the summer of 2015, Open Communities put out a call to our communities to form Justice Teams in honor of the 50th anniversary
Marchers will promote peace, harmony and friendship Saturday morning in Morton Grove. By Tim Moran An Interfaith Peace Walk will begin at the Morton Grove Community Church at 8944 Austin Ave. in Morton Grove Saturday morning from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. to promote peace, harmony and friendship. Residents of
By Igor Studenkov These days, the corner of Milwaukee Avenue and Waukegan Road is busy with construction, as a Holiday Inn Express hotel is slowly but surely going up. But it wasn’t that long ago that the corner was home to the Travelers Inn. It was home to some of
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