Chicago Public Library abandoned its physical kids museum passport program in favor of a new digital program. The offerings increase and decrease access in different ways.
Kendi is a National Book Award-winning author and wrote the New York Times bestselling book “How to be an Antiracist.” He is in Chicago this week for the American Library Association’s national conference.
The Baháʼí House of Worship stands in contrast to its suburban surroundings. Known as the holiest Baháʼí temple, it’s also the oldest in the world.
The new report spells out the disparities Black residents face in the city when it comes to health, wealth, education and more.
A new Public Knowledge Ethnic Studies grant from the Mellon Foundation gives the Chicago Public Library $2 million to make access to Black history archives more equitable.
A new podcast looks at the religious implications of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pastor Don Abram believes the Black Church exists to uplift those on the margins. Now, he’s helping them welcome LGBTQ+ folks.
The first book from the Loyola basketball team’s beloved chaplain is fittingly called “Waking Up With a Purpose! What I’ve Learned in My First Hundred Years.“
Libraries of all sizes across the Chicago area are taking on fights about the First Amendment in their children’s sections.
The south suburban city of Dixmoor has aging water infrastructure, but no money to replace it. That’s a big problem for residents.