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In honor of the 30th Anniversary of the historic election of the late Mayor Harold Washington, and in recognition of his legacy of inclusiveness and diversity, the South Side Alumni Chapter of Roosevelt University proudly announces, Operation 1000, the Campaign to name the Harold Washington Memorial Student Lounge.

It is important that the legacy of Mayor Washington be remembered, especially in the halls of Roosevelt where new generations of students will be inspired to take up the challenge to advocate for those who are weaker or less powerful. The members of the South Side Alumni Chapter have made a commitment of $10,000 to name a student lounge, located on the third floor of the new Wabash Building, in memory of the late mayor and in recognition of his status as a Roosevelt alumnus, a community activist, and Mayor of the City of Chicago.

Please join us in our quest! If just 1,000 Roosevelt alumni and friends send in $10 each, we will meet our goal. Of course, a larger gift is appreciated but like Mayor Washington, we don’t want to leave anyone out and we appreciate all gifts.

To make a donation, click on the following link – and keep his legacy alive.
For questions, contact Denise Bransford at dbransford@roosevelt.edu.

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