Equal access to education is critical to the health of our communities and our economy. The coronavirus and its impact on society have shone an even brighter light on many long-standing economic and racial inequalities across the country. Including at America's schools. These school systems are working to end inequality in education and create opportunity for their students after graduation.
Discover what's driving Hispanic entrepreneurs' positive outlook on 2020.
Bank of America is committed to advancing racial equality and economic opportunity, and helping the Chicago community thrive. Learn more about our unwavering commitment to communities.
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We’re proud to present the Bank of America Chicago Marathon. With over 45,000 participants and over a million spectators, this event is one of Chicago’s most inspiring traditions.
We’re recognizing individuals like Chicago’s Calvin Holmes who’ve made extraordinary contributions to break down racial barriers and create economic opportunities for Black, Hispanic-Latino, Asian American and Native American people across the nation.
On the West Side of Chicago, a beekeeping and honey business offers residents a chance to get ahead.
With an internship program for high-school seniors, this nonprofit opens doors in underserved communities in Chicago and beyond.
From running with rider athletes in support of those with disabilities, to raising funds for local nonprofits, our employees were up and running with Chicago.
Vincent Beckman, worker advocate and founder of the Chicago restaurant Tanta, discusses rediscovering his Peruvian heritage through food on our original podcast. When the pandemic hit, his work with the Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project became more essential than ever.
Year Up Chicago’s mission is to close the opportunity gap by providing professional development training and internships for underserved youth.