Senator Hunter recently attended a Martin Luther King Day Celebration at the South Park Baptist Church in Chicago, Reverend Dr. E. R. Williams, pastor. The program was emceed by Art Norman (NBC5) and attended by city and state officials, business leaders and community residents. Senator Hunter was acknowledged for her service and participated in the program by presenting the King Award to Phil Jackson, community activist and Founder/Executive Director of the Black Star Project.  Pictured (left to right) Alderman Pat Dowell, Actress Regina Taylor, Phil Jackson, Senator Hunter and Johnnie Blair, President, Bronzeville Chamber of Commerce.

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State Senator Mattie Hunter will be collaborating with Adler Professional School of Psychology and other public and private organizations in a panel discussion focusing on the impacts of social factors on urban communities.  Different Englewood organizations will be represented in the panel discussion and members of the community are encouraged to attend. 

The discussion will focus on efforts to form a solutions-based action plan to strengthen economic development, better education opportunities and lower crime rates in Englewood.  Due to a crumbling infrastructure and one of the highest crime rates in the nation, it is now more important than ever to bring the Englewood community together in its endeavor to seek change.

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Janis McReynolds, District Administrator for Sen. Mattie Hunter, reads a Proclamation for the Marquette Park Soccer Initiative Kick-Off.

The goal of the league is to provide a safe and productive environment that enables children to learn and apply the principles of teamwork, discipline, dedication, and sportsmanship. They facilitate the development of strength and character in every child that participates.

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102 Years Young Isabel Taylor partied at Senator Hunter's 4th Annual "Chasing Away the Blues in Red Pre-Holiday Luncheon for nearly 300 seniors. Loretta Lee and the Generations Big Band were the headliners.

 

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