Chicago public housing high rises were internationally infamous, Now they are almost gone!
WHERE DID THE TEN OF THOUSAND'S OF RESIDENTS GO?
WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE DEMOLITION FOR CHICAGO AND BEYOND?
Come out and explore this issue with POOR PEOPLE MILLENNIUM MOVEMENT founder Ms. Beauty Turner.
A National Award winning writer and fighter for the people.
A tireless fighter and writer against injustice will take you behind the walls of public housing so that you can hear the residents who by far are the most valid voices concerning the impacts on their lives
While going through Chicago Housing Authority 1.6 Billions dollars Transformation PLan
Beauty Turner has received international fame with her "Ghetto Bus tours"
Greatest History Ever Told To Our People Bus Tours.
Every body on the planet has been telling our stories such as Professors, Sociologists, Academic, film makers,city officials, politicians, but the most valid voices that are being affected the most and that is the voice of the voiceless-The residents themselves. Learn from an expert! At the end of the tour you will visit Turners Ghetto Gallery which holds a unique display of photos, memories and artifacts.
Schedule your tour today! Call Ms. Turner@ (773) 297 - 5619 or (773)437-3894 or E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Beauty Turner
- Chicago, cook, Illinois, U.S. Outlying Islands
- Beauty Turner lived in the Robert Taylor Homes, one of the nation's most infamous public housing high-rise for sixteen years . She once worked for RJ now serves as Assistant Editor, South Street Journal writing award-winning investigative articles and commentaries and co-directing the Advocacy and Outreach Initiative. Beauty is a well-known community activist as well as a regular columnist for the Hyde Park Herald and other community newspapers. For the last several years, Beauty has worked as a research assistant for Professor Sudhir Venkatesh, a sociologist at Columbia University. Beauty is now a National award winning Journalist recognized by her peers with the First New America Award of it kind by the National Society of Professional Journalists, also a Winner of a Studs Terkel, Peter Lisagor, Associated Press award, Chicago Association for Black Journalist award, Courageous voice award for her activism, Black Pearl award, Woman of the Century award, and a Shero award from the Empowerment Zone Committee. Turner has been feature on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, Tribune (773)297-5619 Beautyturner@gmail.com
Poor People Millennium Movement Mission
Mission - Up lifting the poor as well as the communities
In which they live.
If you donate any funds to Poor People Millennium Movement you are investing in
The future generations, because when you give, we give back to you and the community
productive members of society.
$5 goes right back into the communities to assist in developing healthier and stronger communities, provide computers for schools, create monies through scholarships for youth from the communities to attend college, create training programs to help youth become
entrepreneurs, and much more.
In order for Poor (People Organizing Over Resources) People Millennium Movement to continue
the people's movement mission- We need your support!
Send donations to: Poor People Millennium Movement in care of (Ms. Beauty Turner)
148 West 95th Street
Chicago Illinois, 60620
We thank you in advance!
"Our problems can be solved, if we the people get involved! "
“When you lift up a person you stand taller!”
Ms. Beauty Turner