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CHICAGO, IL – Latino Union of Chicago’s new office, which opened last week in the heart of the thriving Lawrence Avenue business district, will provide employers and community members alike with easier access to economic development and immigrants rights programming.

 

This Thursday, the organization will host a forum to update members of Albany Park’s immigrant community on President Trump’s immigration executive orders.

The forum will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 9 at 4811 N. Central Park, with staff and members available to speak to the media from 5 to 5:30 p.m.

 

Located just two blocks west of the Kimball Brown Line station, Latino Union serves residents who are looking for help with home maintenance, house cleaning, child care and elder care with a worker-run hiring hall that is open from 7am to 11am Monday through Friday. Anyone interested in hiring a worker can contact the hiring hall by calling 773-588-2641 or emailing workercenter@latinounion.org.

 

“Our door is always open to our members and supporters, and we invite community members and the media to come visit us in our new location,” says Latino Union Executive Director Analía Rodríguez.

 

About Latino Union of Chicago

Latino Union of Chicago is a membership-based organization that strives to create safer work spaces for day laborers and domestic workers, develop community leadership and build a larger movement for immigrants’ and workers’ rights. For more information, visit www.latinounion.org

 

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