The Chicago City Council meets and a group of aldermen is expected to re-introduce an ordinance that aims to bring some reform to the Chicago Housing Authority. Our coverage of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act continues with a conversation about how students with disabilities seem to be disciplined at a higher rate than their peers and what that means for their education. We get a visit from our resident Soul Diva Ayana Contreras.
When it comes to tequal access to education under the ADA, students with disabilities are disciplined at a higher rate than other students...What’s being done to address this disparity and what are the effects on the students?
Why there’s a backlog in processing evidence in rape cases. Check in with our sports contributor Cheryl Raye Stout to get a sense of the Cubs and White Sox trade landscape. We continue our look back on 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act with a focus on the legal issues surrounding the law. W talk with a time management expert with advice about how to achieve work/life balance.
As we commemorate the Americans With Disabilities Act's 25th birthday, we’re taking a look at some of the most integral cases that have allowed the law to evolve, and extend rights to people in the workplace.
Sandra Bland's family holds funeral service in Naperville, Ill. A Chief Keef hologram is shut down in Hammond, Ind. How public transit has changed since implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act 25 years ago. MPC wants to create more development along Chicago’s transit corridors. We get a taste of the stories coming out of Feast, a production by the Albany Park Theater Project.