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Palenque LSNA

Chicago, IL | https://www.lsna.net/
Joined in August 2003


About Us

Palenque LSNA is a catalyst for Black, Brown, Indigenous, and Immigrant communities and allies to take care of one another and take strategic action for systemic change and a just, resilient, and joyful future. Our tagline is: Liberating Spaces through Neighborhood Action.

Palenque LSNA (formerly known as Logan Square Neighborhood Association) is a community-based organization building power for education, immigration, and housing equity, particularly in the Avondale, Hermosa, and Logan Square neighborhoods of Chicago, and leads and collaborates with coalitions for policy change across the city and state.

Palenque LSNA is a woman of color led organization that centers the voices and experiences of the primarily Latinx, indigenous, and immigrant leaders who guide our work. We channel our power and energy through Palenque. Historically, Palenque is an example of Black, Brown, and Indigenous resistance and solidarity—spaces where radical liberation could both exist and thrive. Palenque describes a spirit of resistance, solidarity, and self-reflection, intentionally centering Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities.

Palenque LSNA is a catalyst for Black, Brown, Indigenous, and Immigrant communities and allies to take care of one another and take strategic action for systemic change and a just, resilient, and joyful future. Our tagline is: Liberating Spaces…

Issue Areas Include

  • Children & Youth
  • Community Development
  • Economic Development
  • Education
  • Immigrants or Refugees

Location

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    2840 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60618, United States

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