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A collective of Black and brown-owned businesses have teamed up to combat food insecurity in Chicago.

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For the first time in its 142-year history, The Art Institute of Chicago has a Black woman board chair.

On Thursday Chicago police officers captured a suspect in the deadly shooting after a high-speed chase that resulted in a car crash. The suspect was eventually shot by police after attempting to highjack another vehicle.

Chicago community members held a vigil on Monday night in honor of Jaslyn Adams, a 7-year-old girl who was shot and killed on Sunday while sitting in the car with her father at a McDonald's drive-thru.

Disillusioned by city leadership, community members have called on Mayor Lori Lightfoot to resign following a series of missteps that left nothing but questions and calls for accountability.

Ida Nelson believes administrators at the Providence St. Mel School in Chicago are playing into respectability politics after they told her that her son's hair violates policy.

Leroy Kennedy IV is suing the Chicago Police Department for the brutal violence officers used against the innocent man as shown on newly released bodycam video.

Lightfoot's administration squandered $281.5 million in federal COVID-19 relief money on personnel costs for the CPD during a pandemic which has disproportionately affected Black community members in Chicago.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

Mark Clark’s sister remembers her brother and Fred Hampton were killed.


Framing attempts to dislodge Rahm Emanuel from positions of power as simply “progressive complaints” ignores his actual controversial history in office and advisory positions alike.


Members of the Chicago Teachers Union opted to continue remote instruction until the school district has improved safety plans

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A Black entrepreneur is opening a fresh food market to address food insecurity in Chicago.