Today, we sit down for a candid conversation with Israel’s deputy consul general to the Midwest, Shahar Arieli.Shahar explains why the Israeli government is relocating 30,000 Arab Bedouins from their unrecognized villages in southern Israel to recognized settlements.
Minority group advocates say Illinois took a big step Monday toward protecting their political voices with the signing of the Illinois Voting Rights Act of 2011.“The rules in the districts are gerrymandered so they are rigged against anyone who may have a group in a particular area,” sai
The results of a fiercely contested Cook County election are exposing a gulf between white liberals and minority voters.Forrest Claypool’s anti-machine rhetoric has proven popular over the years with white progressives.
Bank failures have brought a wave of new lenders into many communities. These institutions are larger and more stable than the ones they have replaced, but they don’t have the same relationships with the communities they serve.