Little Black Pearl Workshop

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Create an alternative community-based, culturally focused educational system for at-risk youth that promotes minority educators and supports parents and communities for students’ college completion and career advancement

Jan. 1, 2014 - Dec. 31, 2015

Focus Area

Thriving Children, Equitable Communities

Geographic Focus

Illinois

Amount

$150,000

Related

 

Little Black Pearl offers Chicagoan youth a safe art haven

At the intersection of art and education, the Little Black Pearl works to increase opportunities for vulnerable students.

Equitable Communities

Offers Chicagoan youth a safe art haven
 

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