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Cash-Strapped Chicago School System Spent Millions on Junk Food

Chicago Public Schools spent millions of dollars to bring in food and beverages from area restaurants and catering companies, including more than $500,000 since July, and now the district says it craf... read more

Teachers Call On McDonald’s To End McTeacher’s Nights

Today, groups and unions representing some 3 million ... cash-strapped schools to market its junk food brand, while miring its workers in poverty, effectively hollowing out the tax base for our school... read more

The fast-food industry’s $4.2 billion marketing blitz

And it is in the cafeteria, I think, where the fast-food industry’s marketing efforts could be effectively rebuffed. Unfortunately, I don’t have much good news here, either. Currently, we spend ... Bu... read more

THE WATCHDOGS: Quinn’s final $405 million spending spree

Quinn’s staff kept pushing through paperwork to spend ... of Chicago shopping center along the Tri-State Tollway. Rosemont, which has gotten $3.75 million so far, has yet to begin construction. • Chic... read more

The Invisible Helping Hand

Canice Prendergast is an economics professor at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business ... and well-functioning system. By 2004, Second Harvest was shipping a truly remarkable 1.8 billio... read more

Cepeda: Does poor nutrition endanger national security?

He's a young adult who spent his formative years in a daycare setting and then a public school system that made him believe ... factors like the interests of big-food corporations and our fetishizatio... read more

'This Week' Transcript: Crisis in the Classroom

AMANPOUR: Duncan, former CEO of the Chicago school system ... spent on this incredibly important bill over 10 years works out at seven cents per kid per day. You know, so I think my big worry is cash. ... read more

Meet Cass Sunstein - Obama's superego

Cass Sunstein, a friend of Obama’s from his University of Chicago Law School days, spent the last four years running the ... and vegetables in the front of the store while relegating junk food to the ... read more

When the FBI Investigated the 'Murder' of Nine Inch Nails's Trent Reznor

Michigan police immediately began analyzing the footage for clues, and noticed the lights of Chicago’s elevated train system, which was over 100 ... building and died in the street. Because the cash-s... read more

In Defense of Food: Transcript

David Ludwig, Author, Always Hungry: The American farm system has turned into a calorie conveyor belt, that produces massive amounts of commodities to make sugary beverages, fast food, junk food ... i... read more

Why Now Is the Perfect Time For a Radical Labor Movement

On the one hand, there is the growing concentration of wealth and ownership of corporations at the top of the financial system. On the other ... sell predatory financial schemes to cash-strapped citie... read more

Emanuel: CPS ‘at the breaking point,’ can’t make pension payment without classroom cuts

Chicago Public School finances are “at the breaking point,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Monday, arguing the cash-strapped school district cannot afford to make a $634 million teacher pension ... s third-l... read more
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