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Block by block, a community activist builds a better Chicago
by Richard Mertens, Correspondent
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21 February 2019
On 21 February 2019 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
In African-American neighborhoods of Chicago's South Side, Jahmal Cole works with young people and volunteers to improve lives and communities by changing the little things. Mr. Cole is an author, motivational speaker, community activist, and founder of My Block My Hood My City, an organization devoted to finding small but meaningful ways to make life better in the poor and middle-class African-American neighborhoods of the South Side. People say Chicago is a city of neighborhoods. Cole's work begins at their humblest unit, the block.
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My Block My Hood My City -- M3 for short -- grew out of Cole's effort to connect young people with the world beyond their block. He got the idea while volunteering with juvenile offenders at the Cook County jail.
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