When I launched my campaign for Mayor I pledged that should you put your faith in me I would be a
Mayor for all of Chicago. I said that in order for our city to be truly world class, we must have world
class blocks, world class neighborhoods, and world class communities. Then and only then will
Chicago be a city for all Chicagoans.
Every community has hopes and dreams that deserve to be heard, shared and acted upon and that
is my goal should you entrust me to serve our great city.
Our official Listening Tour will kick off on June 19 at:
Woodlawn Listening Tour
Tuesday, June 19th
Project Hood Leadership and Economic Opportunity Center
6330 South 63rd Street. Chicago, IL 60637
3:00 – Community Walk
5:30 to 5:30 – Press Conference
6:30 to 8:00 – Listening Session
Our goal is to have an interactive conversation about your hopes and dreams for our beloved city
and the issues that are important to you. My belief is that we are in this together and my goal is to
be the advocate that champions your views within City Hall. All of us must be invested and have skin
in the game because making this city great takes hard work.
Moderator – Deborah Crable
6:30 – Overview of Listening Tour Protocol and Procedure
6:40 – Introduction of Daisy Moore, Woodlawn Community Activist
6:45 – Introduction of Candidate Dorothy Brown – Origin Story
7:00 – 7:45 – Community Conversation
7:45 – 8:00 – Conclusion, Next Steps
Next Listening Tour
We encourage you to share this information on social media using the #DorothyForMayorListeningTour.
Dates for future Listening Tours may be found on dorothyformayor.com. You can also follow the campaign on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube `and Instagram, @dorothyformayor.
Join the conversation using #Hope4AllChicago.
To donate to the campaign Text “ChicagoHope” to 444999. or Visit dorothyformayor.com
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