The Environmental Justice Exchange: Planning the Future of Little Village

Join us for a digital discussion on Thursday, May 13. Register now to learn about Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood.

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Learn more about planning the future of Little Village at The Environmental Justice Exchange —a virtual event series with the Chicago Sun-Times.

Join us for an in-depth look into the planning and development of Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood on the Southwest Side following the recent one-year anniversary of the Crawford smokestack implosion debacle.

Join environmental, planning and public health reporter Brett Chase and special guests:

  • Karina Solano Suárez, community organizer with Únete La Villita
  • Gloria (Gloe) Talamantes, artist, educator, activist and founder of the Brown Wall Project
  • Kim Wasserman, executive director of the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization

Tune in Live on Thursday, May 13, at 6:00 p.m. CT

Readers are welcome to participate in the digital conversation and ask questions. We encourage you to submit questions for our panel when you RSVP. The forum is made possible by the generous support of The Chicago Community Trust.

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