A Black entrepreneur is opening a fresh food market to address food insecurity in Chicago.
Anjanette Young cancelled a scheduled meeting with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, city aldermen, and Chicago Police officials over her mistreatment during a Feb. 2019 incident.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced on Monday that 12 cops involved in the case have been "taken off the street," following the resignation of Chicago's top attorney.
Anjanette Young plans to donate the proceeds from her GoFundMe to social justice efforts through her church.
The City Council Progressive Caucus and the Chicago Aldermanic Black Caucus are urging for a probe and hearings examining the Feb. 2019 incident.
The Chicago police is notoriously corrupt.
The Chicago mayor delivered a fiery diatribe against people seen on video looting and called on Kim Foxx to hold those arrested accountable despite a report that the city's chief prosecutor has been dropping felony cases.
The mayor of Chicago faces major criticism in videos spread across social media.
A group of teenagers from Chicago transformed a liquor store into a pop-up fresh food market for their community.
Brett J. Hart made history by becoming United Airlines’ first Black president.
14-year-old Dorothy Jean Tillman earned her master’s degree.
A State Board of Education executive says prone restraints “could potentially block an airway" for students.
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