We looked inside some of the tweets by @chicagosmayor and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Today is #BlackWomensEqualPayDay. But we aren't even close to equal. A Black woman has to work an extra 8 months to earn what white males make in a year. Black women are worthy & deserve equal pay. It's why I raised the wage in Chicago & why we'll keep fighting to close the gap.
Congrats to the 1,650 graduates of the Chicago Youth Service Corps. Cheer them on at https://t.co/KEmhYgxTYO!
We’re continuing area restrictions throughout the weekend and will continue to allocate resources across Chicago—particularly along our neighborhood corridors—to protect our residents and businesses. https://t.co/QRGG9fHDq8
If you are undocumented, know that you can get tested for COVID for free at any of our city sites, no questions asked about your citizenship status. https://t.co/qGsM3QpaZO
If you have young children at home, you might qualify for extra food assistance benefits during COVID. The deadline to apply for P-EBT has been extended to August 31. Learn more at https://t.co/NQSLaW9Ak6.
@cta rail service will be impacted at the following locations, with trains not entering the area surrounding downtown: Fullerton Avenue to 47th and east of Halsted Street. Bus service will remain open at this time. Some buses will see reroutes due to bridge and street closures.