Saturday, September 18, 2010

Speaking of Englewood...

63rd/Halsted back in the day!

So in speaking of all the anti-violence marches going on in Englewood or around the city Ay-Sha Butler wants to make peace her reality. Since she believes that those who organize anti-violence marches are only making violence their realities.

Besides that she lists a number of event taking place in the Englewood community one of them was advertised on this blog earlier this month. Unfortunately I didn't realize this post was from Sept. 12th so some of these events such as an Englewood Peace Rally has passed already. Although having a peace really anywhere is a great idea as opposed to an anti-violence rally. Especially if the idea is to make peace the reality.

In any event, Ms. Butler often e-mails the blog or even posts on the Fb page with regards cultural events in Englewood. Something that hopefully anyone who read this blog will support. Even drop by themselves even if they don't live in Englewood to see what they have to offer.

BTW, Butler wants to remake Englewood into the "Brooklyn of Chicago". I really would like to hear her vision. In what way does she want that community to resemble that NYC borough?

Read more of her blog @ A New Voice from Englewood - "The Brooklyn of Chicago"!

Also the above picture, I've been wanting to use that on the blog for a while. You can find that image here as well. Hopefully that intersection will be the busiest on the south side once again.

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