E4 Campaign – Educational and Economic Equity in Englewood

E4 CAMPAIGN

“The Young Women’s Project for Educational and Economic Equity in Englewood”

The purpose of E4 is to conduct community conversations with young women ages 18-24 who reside in Englewood on educational and economic barriers, opportunities and innovations.

{AUDIO} PSA by Marcella Jones for Upcoming Town Hall Meeting

We are counting down the days now until our TOWN HALL MEETING: “GIRL FIGHT: EXAMINING THE PROBLEM, CREATING SOLUTIONS.” Listen to the PSA by Marcella Jones, Asst. Program/Music Director & Morning Personality for
WKKC 89.3FM and also co-moderator of this event. This is a community event you don’t want to miss. Invite the girls in your family, neighborhood, or youth group to attend. We want to hear from them and create solutions based on their input. Will you join us?

COMMUNITY TOWN HALL
Wednesday, June 18th
Kennedy King College, Auditorium- Building U
740 W. 63rd Street, Chicago, IL

Schedule:
*Pre- Event Resource Fair: 4:30 p.m.
Town Hall: 5:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.
*Post-Resource Fair & Reception – 6:45 -7:30 p.m.

For more detailed information and/or to register for this event, click here.

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{VIDEO} Is She The Toughest Principal In America?

Elizabeth Dozier is the principal of Fenger High School. In 2009, she was charged with transforming one of Chicago’s most challenging schools and was recently featured on CNN’s Chicagoland series for her success. Over the past 4 years, Demoiselle 2 Femme, NFP has worked with Principal Dozier to provide programs and services to assist with some of the issues surrounding Fenger High School. 

Dozier Quote for Website- Program Page

Demoiselle 2 Femme currently runs its G-WAVE program at Fenger H.S. G-WAVE is an HIV/AIDS and violence prevention program which equips girls to share the power of their voice within their school and community. To make a charitable donation to support our efforts, click here.

Watch a clip of CNN’s Chicagoland “The Toughest Principal In America?” to get a snapshot of why it is important to support our educators and students.