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Pilsen Business Profile: Mestiza Shop

Pilsen Business Profile: Mestiza Shop »

By Sandra Trevino for Chicago Voz

“It is a word of inclusion, where everyone is welcome and everything goes.” – Mestiza

In the

CPS: Most Schools in Pilsen Are “Underutilized”

CPS: Most Schools in Pilsen Are “Underutilized” »

Nine traditional schools in Pilsen are “underutilized” according to Chicago Public Schools’ 2015 School Utilization Report, released last month.

More than 300 schools

A Book Published in Japan Captures Mexican Pilsen in the 90’s

A Book Published in Japan Captures Mexican Pilsen in the 90’s »

The Pilsen neighborhood was undeniably Mexican for the larger part of the 20th century, but it would be difficult to understand the scope

Neighbors Unite Over Pozole and Sketches

Neighbors Unite Over Pozole and Sketches »

Sense of community is a feeling that members have of belonging, a feeling that members matter to one another and to

‘Pilsen Day’ Explores the Complexity of Citizenship

‘Pilsen Day’ Explores the Complexity of Citizenship »

This year’s Chicago Humanities Festival took us on a tour of the complex facets of contemporary citizenship with more than 130 events across

When Mexican Labor is Wanted, but Their Presence is Not

When Mexican Labor is Wanted, but Their Presence is Not »

The unimposing exhibition by Ramiro Gómez stood on the first floor of the Mana Contemporary in contrast with the modernist and conceptual arts