Reset breaks down the biggest news of the week in our Friday News Roundup with Jenn White.WBEZ’s Chicago And Illinois News Roundup: June 5, 2020
Chicago lenders have invested more in a single white neighborhood than all Black neighborhoods combined.
Writer Imani Perry talks about the perils and gifts of parenting black kids in America today.
Some groups are creating more informal networks as protests pop up, with many attendees who’ve never protested before.
‘We’re Here To Pray For Peace’: Faith Organizations March In Bronzeville To Protest George Floyd Killing
“The church ain’t the church if you stay quiet,” said Pastor Chris Harris. “… You’ve got to come out of your four walls and get in the community.”
Protests around the world sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis are not singular in nature and have not happened in a vacuum.
Prosecutors are now charging Derek Chauvin with second-degree murder, and also filed charges against three other officers.
In Chicago, lenders have invested more in a single white neighborhood than all the black neighborhoods combined. Call it modern-day redlining.