Clark Martell led neo-Nazi skinheads. Then, he disappeared. His trail reveals how sex, money and blood have kept the movement alive.
Race, Class & Communities
The Race, Class & Communities Desk seeks to provide enterprise reporting on broad themes and trends related to race and income in the Chicago metropolitan area and to provide beat coverage of topical issues including housing, immigration, work/opportunity and demographics.
An urban agriculture and green energy development project on Chicago’s South Side is underway.
Housing advocates offer ways that the state can ensure banks live up to their promises to increase lending in Black and Latino communities.
Atomwaffen was the most extreme white supremacist group, pushing for societal collapse. Today, their ideas are on the streets.
Former Chicago Bears’ Sam Acho’s new book chronicles his growing up in Nigeria, faith and social justice.
Experts say the pandemic, a shortened timeline, quality control failures and politics could lead to a headcount that is not fit for use.
Vic Mensa is bringing jobs and other resources to South and West neighborhoods to help reduce gun violence in Chicago.
When Brendan Sweeney marched with white supremacists in Charlottesville, he thought he was part of something new. And then he was doxed.
Chase’s commitment to lend more on the city’s South and West Sides comes after WBEZ and City Bureau reporting showed disparities in the bank’s mortgage lending.
The 2020 election cycle has been extremely stressful for minority communities in the U.S.