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Howard Brown: More questions than answers [28 April, 2010]

It has now been almost a month since Windy City Times first broke the news that Howard Brown Health Center (HBHC) had placed its CEO and CFO, Michael Cook and Mark Joslyn, respectively, on paid administrative leave.  Since then, HBHC has revealed no details about the reasons for its actions, only issuing a series of increasingly cryptic press releases promising further details.

LGBTQs take education to the streets [2 September, 2009]

Several families of Chicago Public School (CPS) students, teachers and education activists turned out August 26 for a protest at CPS headquarters at 125 S. Clark, where the Chicago Board of Education was due for a budget meeting.

Their focus was a notification that the UNO (United Neighborhood Organization) Charter Network had sought Chicago Board of Education’s President Michael Scott’s permission to open a school on the site of Juana Ines De la Cruz Middle.  The latter has been shut down since June, citing a lack of funds for capital improvement.

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