Leaders from JASC and ally groups protest City Council members' inaction on the Keeping The Promise ordinance that would hold the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) accountable to providing affordable housing.
JASC leaders demand that the Chicago Housing Authority spend $400 million as it should to provide affordable housing.
Volunteers learn about the history of Civil Disobedience and why we use it as a tactic for progressive change.
Senior activists get highlighted by the Chicago Tribune protesting Governor Bruce Rauner's cuts to Community Care at our August 24, 2015 Moral Mondays Illinois rally.
Seniors living in affordable housing protest Presbyterian Homes' plan to throw them on the streets and sell their buildings to the highest bidder.
JASC members participate in a training by the Racial Justice Leadership Team on how to combat systemic racism within our organization and through our campaigns.
Activists from JASC and AARP are joyous during the first day of this year's Women's Legislative Leadership Program. They are touring Chicago City Hall at the invitation of Alderwoman Susan Sadlowski Garza, 10th Ward.
Senior leaders protest Governor Rauner's heinous budget cuts at our Moral Mondays Illinois rally on August 24, 2015.
Seniors speak out against corporate tax breaks that keep CEOs and corporate managers like Glen Tullman (7wire Ventures) rich, and who then use that money in campaign donations to Governor Rauner so he maintains the status quo of low taxes for the 1%.
Brave protesters risking arrest at our Moral Mondays Illinois rally on August 24, 2015.