Chicago public housing high rises were internationally infamous, Now they are almost gone!



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

"Important notice"

"My business line is back working!!! ."

I have a new business number!!!!!
That number is 1-773-437-3894

Love Ms. Beauty Turner

If you would like to personally talk to me
feel free to call my cell- 1-773-297-5619
Your calls are welcome!!!
Thank you for being patient!

The Chicago Tribune recently did an indepth investigation on 7-6-08 concerning
the Chicago Housing Authority 1.6 billion dollars Plan for Transformation.
Called Public Housing Limbo-vacant promises.
Thereby- proving everything my "Ghetto bus tours" have been showing!
So come out and see with your own eyes what the city is doing with your tax dollars.
{Profit before people !are their selfish logist.}
Let change the trend-people before profit!

Poor People Millennium Movement is doing good by hosting a Halloween party
For boys and girls in the hood- Friday October 31- from 5pm-8pm
Location- Ghetto Gallery - 148 West 95th street (ages 2 to 12)
"Wear your scariest costumes "-This means (BOO) I mean you!
The Halloween party was a pumpkin splash,
we did the monster mash, and the children was a
scary sight to see, getting candy free.

Optional-"on Halloween"- Let's think ahead to Thankgivings - The people feeding the poor.
Donate- a non perishable can good so we could feed the hood!
Think clever like a fox in trouble economic times- So think about this rhyme.
"Thinking like a fox- bring a can good for the box!" (still need can goods)

Poor People Millennium Movement- gives a big shout out to "GOOD MAGAZINE"
"Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your event for fund raising!!!!!"
Read "GOOD"