Keep Chicago Renting: Grassroots Implementation of a Chicago City Ordinance
Keep Chicago Renting: Grassroots Implementation of a Chicago City Ordinance is a resource for advocates and organizers working on tenants’ rights. It provides an outline of the new city ordinance and a model for how to reach out to vulnerable tenants.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Housing
Originally from La Paz, Bolivia, Tadeo grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. He graduated from Stanford University with a degree in sociology and earned an undergraduate honors degree from the Graduate School of Education. Tadeo interned with Harvesters Food Bank in Kansas City, where he worked to extend resources to Latino communities in the region. Tadeo also worked in Cape Town, South Africa with Abalimi Bezekhaya, a nonprofit focused on community gardens in socio-economically neglected townships. At Stanford, Tadeo completed an honors thesis on the impact of multicultural history curricula and was the news editor and a writer for El Aguila, Stanford’s Student-run Latino Issues Publication.
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