Three Chicago programs are helping kids find their futures
There's a big mystery in Chicago: How can the city's youth stay on track for the future, especially during the volatile, violent summer months? Some activists hope art is the answer, allowing young people to express themselves while simultaneously giving them a safe haven.
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#1 Jul 22, 2014
well kids in da hood already gots a future.
the can be life long welfare ho's raising kids with no fathers, they can be drug dealer selling drug shooting other blacks in da hood, they can be illegal immigrant drug dealers selling shooting doing time.
or they can always become victims of gun shots. city always needs victims to whine about give Jessie fillmypocketsfirst Jackson something to appear on the TV news whine moan weep, gnash or pontificate about when he is not busy finding his lame moron kids jobs, besides the funeral directors on the south side need the business and revenues.
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