Stories by Stephanie Kim
This week’s Chicago innovator is bringing an esports gaming center to his hometown.
“You get tired of turning the news every day to hear about some young person losing their life to gun violence,” said Natalie Manning.
After a week of exploring how Chicago’s City Council and mayoral system work, we take stock of what we learned and what we can change.
Toronto and Chicago have a few things in common. But their city council and ward system look quite different. So what can Chicago learn?
Reset teams up with the University of Chicago’s Center for Effective Government to explore new ways the city could work for its residents.
“As I have seen in my career as a pilot, we just haven’t been able to move the needle on this,” said Captain Mary Ann Schaffer with United Airlines.
“It brought back memories of being in the courtroom when the decision came back in the Laquan McDonald case,” said Rev. Marvin Hunter, McDonald’s great-uncle.
Experts on criminal justice and race and policing in America weigh in on the Chauvin verdict and how to reduce police violence.
Each week, Reset’s infectious disease expert Dr. Mia Taormina joins us to answer your questions relating to the coronavirus and vaccines.
“My heart goes out to his mother and his family,” said Ald. Michael Rodriguez. “We’re wrapping our arms around their family right now.“