Chicago's Chance The Rapper is really holding down his city.
Hip-Hop please take note.
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This means the Bulls are the first team in the National Basketball Association to call Chance by his correct titles. Academy during a coding lesson with Google employees as a part of Computer Science Education Week. The performer, a Chicago native whose real name is Chancelor Jonathan Bennett, is the latest to join a growing national effort to put computers and computer skills in the hands of boys and girls from all racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. "We don't know exactly what those jobs will look like, but we know the skills they will learn through coding, like critical thinking and creative problem solving are going to be critical for the future". Google also gave $500,000 to Children First Fund to support computer science programming at CPS. They said they're donation is meant to "help teachers implement computer science and arts curriculum in their classrooms, and it builds on $40 million in Google.org grants that provide opportunities for students underrepresented in computer science to explore the field".
Chance was attending his monthly Open Mike night, a youth event presented by his charity SocialWorks and the Chicago Public Library.
Small decline in child poverty
It needs to be recognised though that the complex issues that are the causes of hardship are often intergenerational. While income poverty had also dropped slightly to 27 per cent, it was still nearly double what it was in the 1980s.
This prompted Chance to have a simple request, should this happen again. From announcing his plans to donate $1 million to Chicago schools to donating his Grammy Awards to his hometown's museum, Chance continues to give back to his community.
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