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College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs -- Center for Urban Economic Development -- Publications -- Assorted Reports

Assorted reports published by the College of Urban and Economic Development. Publications include assessments of Chicago public housing, urban development and urban renewal issues, and economic impact of job losses on African-Americans and Latinos.

Jesse Lee Albritton papers

Jesse Lee Albritton (1911-1964) was a Chicago based labor organizer and author of the “Color in the News” column, which ran throughout the 1940s in Federation News, a publication of the Chicago Federation of Labor. He offered news commentary for the Chicago Federation of Labor’s radio station, WCFL, and an early commercial television station, WBKB. He was a World War

Visiting Nurse Association of Chicago photograph collection

From 1890 to 1995, the Visiting Nurse Association of Chicago employed its own nurses and other health professionals to provide health care to the underprivileged. Now the VNA Foundation operates exclusively as a grantmaking foundation, giving financial support to nonprofit organizations offering home- and community-based care to the underserved.

Washington Heights Community Organization archives

Washington Heights Community Organization (WHCO), formed in 1967 for the upkeep and economic development and growth of the area, was initially composed of formal block clubs in the Washington Heights and Mt. Vernon communities. The organization also campaigned to name a neighborhood elementary school after Marcus Garvey.