“Our ancestors generations ago knew how to harness the power of the natural world and live in harmony with it,” said author Lilia Fernandez.
Christian Picciolini grew a violent hate movement for eight years. After he left, it continued to grow. What’s his role in fixing the harm?
Muslim Americans are sharply divided along political and racial lines when it comes to their views on President Trump and hot-button issues.
Officials plan to end the counting weeks before an Oct. 31 deadline. The rush worries some Chicago enumerators about the count’s accuracy.
Americans have yet to receive a second round of federal relief from Congress, leaving small businesses vulnerable to closure.
One of Chicago’s largest gun violence prevention programs could shut down because of budget issues.
Englewood Non-Profit Celebrates The Life Of Its Founder, ‘Mother’ Betty Price, And Vows To Continue Her Work
Betty Price was known as the “Mother of Englewood” for her work in the community. After her death, relatives vow to keep it going.
Citigroup estimates the economy would see a $5 trillion boost over the next five years if the U.S. were to tackle key areas of discrimination against African Americans.
About 100 people gathered in Downtown Chicago Saturday to speak about the similarities between the treatment of Taylor and the poor treatment of all Black women in Chicago.
Some groups performing census outreach in Illinois are concerned if they will have the resources to continue their work until Oct. 31.