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Jahmal Cole

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My Block, My Hood, My City founder Jahmal Cole says police should live in the neighborhoods they serve. 

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With signs repping every Chicago neighborhood, 100 joined the My Block, My Hood, My City rally Sunday.

Chatham »

"We must fight for our businesses and communities," one owner said after Tyshawn Lee's murder.

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“The goal is to open doors between communities, rally for a more interconnected [city]," organizer says.

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The rally is to encourage more interconnectivity between Chicagoans.

Pullman »

The "My Block, My Hood, My City" program takes South Side teens to parts of the city they've never seen.

West Ridge »

Players who visit all eight locations, like Khan BBQ, and snap a photo can win a free shirt.

North Lawndale »

Jahmal Cole, of Chatham, runs My Block, My City, My Hood, which helps teens explore all of Chicago.

Chatham »

Many South Side teens haven't explored Chicago. My Block, My Hood, My City aims to change that.