Chicago United for Equity calls $2.4 billion in subsidies for the developments “indefensible” given the pandemic and the city’s budget hole.
WBEZ reporter María Inés Zamudio shares how her family expedited the potential delay in getting her Spanish-speaking parents vaccinated.
A “Year Of Learning” about Muslim-American life begins this week.
Javier Ramirez was deported to Mexico nearly 20 years ago. On Tuesday, he received a military burial in Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery.
Promotoras de salud están luchando en contra la desinformación sobre el COVID-19 y vacunas en las comunidades latinos de Chicago
Estas promotoras de salud distribuyen información para eliminar mitos sobre el COVID-19 en barrios donde las infecciones están elevadas.
Advocacy groups will push for laws that expand retirement savings, property tax relief and health insurance coverage for seniors of color.
The original intent of the month was to uplift the struggle for racial equality in the U.S. Does it still serve that end?
The Greater Chicago Food Depository wants to change the aesthetics of food pantries while expanding access in Black and Latino communities.
The Obama Presidential Center has been cleared to break ground this summer in Jackson Park after years of delays.
Remote work is changing the U.S. economy and the real estate market. Can big cities survive the disruption?