No idle chatter: On the Table event shows Chicagoans care, UIC study finds

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In May, 11,000 people attended a dinner party, everyone talked, and their voices were heard.The University of Illinois at Chicago’s Institute for Policy and Civic Engagement on Tuesday released a study that shared some insight about the On the Table event, which was spread across seven counties. Read more at entertainment.suntimes.com

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