August 17, 2017

The Martin Luther King Living Memorial in Chicago's Marquette Park includes images of the Sisters of St. Casimir, honoring their work for justice in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. (GSR photo / Dan Stockman)

"It's all connected to safety and the viability of the neighborhood. These are the issues that make you comfortable wherever you're staying. ... The housing piece wouldn't work without the safety piece and the education piece. All these things affect everything."

—St. Casimir Sr. Margaret Zalot, regarding the southwest Chicago neighborhood of Chicago Lawn, in "Chicago sisters work to bring peace to streets torn by violence," published on Global Sisters Report

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