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    KEVIN IN THE NEWS

Congratulations Kevin on your honor from Black Enterprise Magazine

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                                          CHICAGONOW 

The 20th Ward Committeeman, Kevin Bailey, partnered with the team at Social Change to present an afternoon of open conversation with a panel of celebrities, veterans and experts on mental health related to traumatic events. They discussed the current state of mental health, recognizing current or post-traumatic and stressor-related events and how to help someone in need. Bringing the reality to the forefront that not all wombs are visible.

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Leading the pack of speakers was “Greenleaf” actor Lamman Rucker, who gave the keynote address and inspired attendees to get more involved with their community to help raise awareness.

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Attendees enjoyed, great speakers, break out learning sessions, giveaways, great food and a wonderful performance by the award-winning Kevin Bailey cheer dance team. It was certainly an afternoon of inspiration and fun

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                   THE CHICAGO CRUSADER 

Kevin M. Bailey on Thursday, July 26 officially launched his run for alderman of the 20th Ward with over 300 supporters. Bailey seeks to replace incumbent Alderman Willie Cochran who announced in November 2017 that he is not seeking re-election after 10 years in office.

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                           NBC CHICAGO NEWS 

According to Chicago’s 20th Ward aldermanic challenger Kevin Bailey, incumbent councilman Willie Cochran may never have been forced into a runoff April 7 with him if he or his staff would have been more attentive to their voicemails.

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Meet Kevin Bailey, the true definition of a quintessential Renaissance man who prides himself on family values and community service. Hailing from the South Side of Chicago, in addition to his demanding careers, he volunteers at Mother’s House, a nonprofit organization providing housing, case management, and supportive services for individuals addressing homelessness, substance abuse and the transition from incarceration.