For every person killed from gun violence in Chicago, five are shot and survive. Those victims — about 30,000 in the last 10 years — are marked for life, and their road to recovery is often one with little to no resources.
Chicagoans Les Jenkins and Natalie Manning share their experiences with gun violence and what resources survivors need from the city.
CSU President On Equity In Higher Ed: ‘There’s a Real Divide Between Students Of Color And Technology’
Reset heads to Chicago State University as students return to campus for the fall semester.
From music videos, the VMAs, and TRL, to cartoon icons and reality shows, MTV changed the world as we once knew it (while perhaps drifting away from its original purpose). We take a look back at 40 years of change.
Chicago blues musicians join Reset to share how blues icon Buddy Guy has inspired them.
Shermann Thomas is bringing his knowledge and perspective to the WBEZ’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered.
After 18 days, the longest strike in SEIU Local 73 history has finally ended.
The new Sundays On State kicked off this weekend with hundreds of attendees and more than 70 vendors.