Human Citizen Opens Coworking Offices in The Shift’s Former Space

Human Citizen Workplace is a neighborhood coworking and community space with a focus on supporting, promoting and connecting its members. We serve individuals, teams and small businesses with all the amenities of a downtown office, but without the hike! With regular networking opportunities, we nuture a community of professionals and students who get work done, get to know each other and are open to collaborating and partnering. If you are tired of working at home alone or in cafés, please come in for a tour and a free day pass for boosted productivity! 773-360-1199. We are in the space formerly occupied by The Shift at 4101 N Broadway. www.humancitizenworkplace.com.

 

Tony Mendiola, Owner/Operator

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Author: bikeuptown46

I am currently the Communications Director for the Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters which represents 33,000 union men and women in three states who swing a hammer for a living. I publsih a magazine, a couple of email newsletters and two websites. I also do videos, webinars, advertisng and public relations. As an avid cyclist I ride a three-wheeled trike 5 to 6 days per week 52 weeks per year which adds up to between 5,000 and 6,000 miles year-round, including daily commutes along Chicago's lakefront ... polar vortexes included. I have never missed a day of work because of Chicago's weather. I am an activist who serves humanitarian and political causes: To advocate for the Sudanese in Illinois who have fled Southern Sudan and Darfur is one of my most rewarding experiences. I work with my son Sean on Sudan presentations at churches and community groups with my Sudanese friends on the problems facing them in Darfur, South Sudan and the United States. My son Sean and I work together on the Abolition Institute which seeks to end slavery in the west African nation of Mauritania. My photography chronicles Chicago's lakefront through my daily rides. My photo website is http://genetenner.com/ I just self-published my first photo-book on the history of my Chicago neighborhood: Sweet Home Buena Park. I live about one-half mile north of Wrigley Field in the Buena Park neighborhood.

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