Bronzeville

Bronzeville

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Historically, Bronzeville has been a center of African-American businesses and home to many significant Black leaders and activists, including Ida B. Wells. Black History Month was born out of the Wabash YMCA, located in Bronzeville, which was the first Black YMCA in the country. Today, the hub of the neighborhood is centered around 47th street. Click here to read more.

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Bronzeville Schools

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773-535-1696
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PK-8
773-534-9272
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PK-8
773-535-1204
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KG-8
773-535-1687
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PK-8
773-535-1804
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PK-8
773-535-1280
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PK-8
773-535-1480
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PK-8
773-534-9129
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PK-8
773-535-1040
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PK-8
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PK-8
Not Available
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PK-8
773-535-1270
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PK-8

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