MacArthur in Chicago: Reflections on 2021

Equitable Recovery Initiative

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Celebrating Black Heroes of Chinatown, an event hosted by People Matter, a Chicago Racial Justice Pooled Fund grantee. Photo by Nancy Wong.

Chicago Commitment

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Zabdiel Santiago, Music Manager at Puerto Rican Arts Alliance, provides instruction to music students. Puerto Rican Arts Alliance was one of 40 arts organizations named Chicago’s Cultural Treasures.

Climate Solutions

Criminal Justice

Journalism & Media

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Free Spirit Media team of emerging creators and media makers in action.

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