Big names push social investing

Johnsson, Julie
September 1999
Pensions & Investments;9/20/1999, Vol. 27 Issue 19, p43
Reports that Chicago, Illinois' leading financial firms and philanthropic groups are joining forces in a coordinated push to boost social investment in the city. Group called the Social Investment Forum of Chicago; Comparison with the LaSalle Street Project launched in 1998 by Reverend Jesse Jackson.


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