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Chicago Winning The Future Community Town Hall

Michael Blake, Director of African American and Minority Business Outreach in the White House Office of Public Engagement, will join local community leaders in Chicago to discuss President Obama's agenda and hear from community residents.

Today, April 18th at 6 p.m, Chicago and Cook County Community leaders and residents are invited to a “Winning The Future” community town hall at Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church.  Join Michael Blake – the Director of African American and minority business outreach for The White House Office of Public Engagement, Congressman Danny Davis, President Preckwinkle and WVON radio as they discuss President Obama’s agenda for “Winning the Future” and engage in a conversation about how his administration is working to best serve local communities across the country and Chicago.

If you are interested in learning how President Obama’s & his administration’s efforts are helping you and your community, this is an opportunity to find out directly from The White House staff. 

There will be time for questions and answers. Family, friends, local residents, community leaders, elected officials, and local business leaders are welcome to attend.

 Event Featuring:
The Honorable Danny Davis
Congressman, 7th District – U.S. House of Representatives

The Honorable Toni Preckwinkle
President, Cook County Board of Commissioners

Matt McGill
WVON 1690 AM – Host

Michael Blake
Director of African American and Minority Business Outreach, The White House Office of Public Engagement

Location & Details:
Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church
4543 South Princeton Avenue
Chicago, Illinois

Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
Due to limited seating, you are encouraged to please RSVP directly to Michael Blake at and ONLY put in the subject line: RSVP for Chicago Community Forum
If you have any questions, please call (202) 456-4805 for additional details.