Reset checks in with three different Chicago-based organizations that work to end violence against women in the area.
“It was like an explosion,” said activist Consuela Hendricks. “It gave a lot of people who are racist an outlet to express their racism.”
Lightfoot nominates Tracey Scott, a veteran of public housing agencies in Minneapolis and Atlanta, as the new CEO of CHA.
Through Blue Tin Production, Hoda Katebi is trying to change industry standards in fashion and manufacturing.
The Northwestern program will provide more offerings at Stateville Correctional Center and expand to a downstate women’s prison in the fall.
Since 1998, more than 1,300 have graduated from the Community Kitchens culinary program. Organizers say the job placement rate is 90%.
Article: A new book “River of Blood: American Slavery from the People Who Lived It” weaves together 100 personal stories from people who were enslaved during and before the Civil War.Reset sits down with one of the book’s editors to hear about the work.
What does Mayor Lightfoot’s initial plan entail? And who is she bringing to the table? Reset breaks it down for you.
The American Medical Association and area hospitals will pour millions into the West Side to improve the economy and residents’ health.
Immigration advocates Wednesday denounced the new public charge rule and argued for an injunction to block its implementation in Illinois.