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Community Renewal Society

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Let us realize the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.”

Community Renewal Society provides assistance to individuals through a fund entitled the Emaroy June Smith Fund. Under the terms of the will, the fund is used “to meet the needs of retired ministers, missionaries, their [spouses] or [survivors], Christian workers and others who have worked along the line of educational or social welfare work.”

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On Monday August 22, Governor Bruce Rauner signed HB 4515 and SB 3005 into law! These bills will increase employment opportunities for people with criminal records in healthcare and park districts. Thank YOU for taking action! 

Thanks also to our Restoring Rights and Opportunities Coalition of Illinois (RROCI) partners: Cabrini Green Legal Aid, Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, and Heartland Alliance for their work on these critical reforms.

August 5, 2016, Chicago- Our hearts are heavy today. The city has released another video, showing another unarmed black man murdered by the Chicago Police Department (CPD). A department whose sole duty is to serve and protect should be held to the highest standard. Once they take the oath to serve the City of Chicago, they become representatives of our city and of our values. As a city, we should hold our heads down in shame, because CPD's track record makes a strong case that black and brown lives are not valued in Chicago. 

Will you join us this Sunday for a rally to stand together against police brutality? The rally will take place from 3 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Today Governor Rauner signed into law HB 4360, which will increase employment opportunities in schools and puts hiring decisions back in the hands of local school districts.

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