The project’s advisory committee holds its first public webinar on Thursday and seeks partners to host talks about the city’s monuments.
The credit card company will occupy a shuttered Target store at 87th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue that closed two years ago.
Despite ‘Righteous’ Distrust, Vice President Kamala Harris Urges Black Chicagoans To Get COVID-19 Vaccine
In a WBEZ exclusive interview, Harris promoted the new United Center mass vaccination site and said: “Folks have to take this vaccine when it is their turn.”
Some Chicagoans express caution about calls for harsh penalties for juveniles involved in carjackings.
The Greater Chicago Food Depository wants to change the aesthetics of food pantries while expanding access in Black and Latino communities.
Former President Barack Obama said the $500 million project will “bring opportunity and breathe new life into the community we love.”
“This is not OK,” said Aurelius Raines, who removed the Streeterville signs. “This right here is just violence against Black people.”
A new report documents how some South and West side residents sell loose cigarettes, clean houses and perform other odd jobs to earn money.
In 2009, Illinois created a board to provide checks and balances for the development of affordable housing, but it’s never heard a case.
Six grassroots organizations are teaming up to build a solidarity economy featuring worker cooperatives, participatory budgets and public banks.