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Jahmal Cole

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Grand Crossing »

Sales of the My Block, My Hood, My City founder's new book will help send 10 kids on a trip to Ghana.

Washington Park »

A group of teens has been commissioned by block club presidents to make new signs.

West Loop »

My Block, My Hood, My City teens will help build virtual reality tours of the South and West Sides.

Morgan Park »

A total of ten readers will take the stage tonight and Thursday in Morgan Park.

Pill Hill »

Jahmal Cole and other volunteers hit a block in Pill Hill during Tuesday's snowstorm.

Bronzeville »

The meet-and-greet is Sunday at the DuSable Museum.

North Lawndale »

My Block My Hood My City took Chicago teens to President Barack Obama's farewell speech.

North Lawndale »

North Siders, South Siders and even an alderman donated 15 tickets to My Block, My Hood, My City teens.

South Loop »

The crowd was hoping for a message of hope from Obama before the Trump presidency starts.

Rogers Park »

After My Block My Hood My City put out the call, everyday Chicagoans answered by giving up their seats. 

Englewood »

Volunteers from across the city grabbed a shovel and cleared snow to help elderly Englewood residents.

Englewood »

The businesses are from Englewood, Chatham and Roseland.

Chatham »

Jahmal Cole appeared Thursday on the "Today Show" and gave host Al Roker one of the group's hoodies.

North Lawndale »

This trip was the first time founder Jahmal Cole took teens out of the city.