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Northeast Illinois has one of the nation’s largest concentrations of immigrants. Lt. Governor Quinn is committed to bringing Illinois to the World. His efforts to promote global understanding include the Mexican Skyline Initiative, the Filipino Vets Initiative and the Sister Cities program. Find out more here.

The Chavez Serve and Learn program has helped more than 4,000 students discover the legacy of nonviolence and civic engagement of the great labor leader Cesar Chavez. Many successful Chavez service learning projects are underway at Chicago Public Schools. Find out more about service learning opportunities here.

Mud to Parks takes an out of place resource – Illinois River sediment – and uses it in locations that needed this clean, valuable commodity. The first Mud to Parks project of the Illinois River Coordinating Council helped create one of Chicago’s largest new parks at the former U.S. Steel site along Lake Michigan. Find out more here.

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Lt. Governor Quinn is Chairman of the Illinois delegation to the Great Lakes Commission. His efforts to protect Lake Michigan include the restoration of Hegewisch Marsh, a 100+ acre undisturbed nature area on Chicago’s southeast side. Find out more about Hegewisch Marsh here.
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