Whose House? Our House Day of Action Indivisible: The Action Network is the progressives’ grassroots response to The Tea Party movement. It’s “a mission-driven nonprofit organization dedicated to building online power for the progressive movement.” Indivisible groups are gaining traction throughout the country and recently organized a Whose House? Our House! Day of Action on … Continue reading The First 100 Days of Congress
Campaign to Build Democracy for the 21st Century Citizen Advocacy Center will be hosting a gala at Carlisle Banquets in Lombard on March 23, 2019, to celebrate its 25th year of operation. CAC is an award-winning, non-profit, non-partisan free community legal organization. It operates through the use of community lawyers who protect the public’s assets and promote meaningful … Continue reading Illinois’ 41st Governor, Pat Quinn, Headlines CAC’s Anniversary Gala
Our First Line of Defense! KEYNOTE: Ben Silver, a community lawyer from Citizen Advocacy Center, joined our Wheeling High School students to explain the free services offered to students, parents, teachers, and community members. The Citizen Advocacy Center (CAC) is an award-winning, non-profit, non-partisan free community legal organization. Founded in 1994, CAC's mission is to build … Continue reading Citizen Advocacy Center
What rules do Elk Grove High School students propose for our elected officials? Heidi Graham, President of our League of Women Voters local chapter, asked students what decorum they expect from politicians. Below are our students' rules for politics: No interrupting Be open-minded Respect other opinions Argue using facts Free media No name … Continue reading Rules for Politics!
Inquiring Students Want to Know! As Wheeling High School students considered questions they had regarding the various levels of government, their public library was an area of interest, and they extended an invitation to President Louise Barnett of the Indian Trials Public Library Board of Trustees. Unfortunately, President Barnett had previous commitments but offered, "As … Continue reading President Louise Barnett, Indian Trials Public Library Board of Trustees