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Cicero, originally called Hawthorne, is a village in Des Plaines County, Illinois, USA, with a population of about 2,500 people. Cicero is made up of 17 schools, making it the second largest school district in Illinois and the third largest in Illinois. The area served by District 78 is home to East Leyden High School, which serves the District, and other schools in the area include Orchard Place School of Des plaines, which is operated by Desplaines School District 62. Other public schools in this area of the village are operated under the same district as the other two public schools: Ledenes High School in District 212, the University of Chicago Medical Center in North Chicago and North Park Elementary School in South Chicago, and the East and South Park High Schools in West Chicago. Another area served by District 62 is West Side Community College, which includes three public elementary schools and two private schools; the district is served by Ciceros Elementary School and District 99, both serving CicERO; and EastLeyden High School, which serves the villages in both districts.
Cicero is served by public transportation, which stops at the Cicero Avenue and 26th Street stops. The Blue Line (Chicago L) provides service to the University of Chicago Medical Center in North Chicago and North Park High School in South Chicago. Rosemont has a North Central Service stop provided by the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) at the intersection of South Park Street and Michigan Avenue, and has access to public transportation from the Blue and Red lines, as well as the West Side Line and Chicago North Line.
The city has a population of 80,796, making it the eleventh largest community in Illinois. There are 24,329 housing units, and 1,745 of them are in the city of Rosemont, according to the Illinois Department of Housing and Community Development.
The racial makeup of the city is a mix of whites, blacks, Hispanics, Asians, African Americans, Native Americans and Hispanics. The racial makeup in the village is similar to that in other Chicago cities, according to the Illinois Department of Human Services.
The age distribution from the 2010 census shows that 11.1% are 65 or older, with 5.9% of people 65 years old - or older. The population is distributed among the age group with the population of the village with 11% 65 and older and 5% younger.
57.9% have children under 18 years of age, 43.3% are married couples living together, 17.6% have a housekeeper with husband and 41.7% are non-family. The poverty line is $14,000 for a family of four, including $2,500 for a family of two adults and $1,200 for three adults. In the village, 52.4% of households with at least one child under 18 years of age are run by a couple living together (52%, 3%) and 29.5% without children under 16 years of age, while 8.8% and 9.2% of households have female housewives with husbands. In contrast, 39.1% of the population of the city of Chicago live in households with only one adult, 29% (4.5) with two adults, 57% (9) with a child over 18 years of age living with him, and 19% (7) of these are non-families, with 5.0% living in families with more than two children.
In the 2011 American Community Survey, the median household income in the city was $39,557, and the median income for families was $44,939. In 2011, Rosemont came first among all the places with the highest percentage of people with Bulgarian ancestry (42.5%) and second among people of other ethnicities (39.2%). The median income for households within the village is $34,663, but for all families it is about $42,235, with the poverty line being $14,500 for a family of four and $1,200 for three adults.
In the musical Chicago, Velma Kelly mentions Cicero in the number "Cell Block Tango" as the hotel where she was murdered, and it is mentioned in a number of other movies and television shows. In the film "Cicero," the concert film about the assassination of Chicago's first black mayor, it was mentioned as one of the hotels where he and his wife were murdered.
In the mid-1960s, Cicero was abandoned several times as a site for civil rights marches and taken over by the Chicago section of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The demonstrations in Chicago and the suburbs have helped to galvanize support for extending the ban on discrimination to private housing. The law also created a law to enforce the law against discrimination in public housing and against discrimination against African Americans and other minorities.
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