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Originally a host of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, Woodlawn has long been an important community area of Chicago, both because of its ties to the past, and its plans for the future. As the inspiration for “A Raisin in the Sun,” and also the future site of the Obama Presidential Center, this neighborhood is rich with history and culture. Close to the University of Chicago’s campus and home to several strong community organizations, Woodlawn has long invested itself in the city’s (and the nation’s) political and social evolution. In addition to the overall urban academic atmosphere, residents are also lucky to find themselves within walking distance of some of the largest green spaces of Chicago. Jackson Park, for example, covers almost 1/3 of the community’s land area and provides all with direct access to Lake Michigan. Go for a bike ride to take advantage of all that Woodlawn has to offer and make use of the excellent public transportation available for your daily c