WBEZ talked to six local activists about the significance of the George Floyd uprisings and what happens next.
Black people are grieving, and it’s not new.
City officials respond to WBEZ reporting that shows how banks lend 12 cents to black neighborhoods for every $1 to white.
The newly signed FY2021 budget makes Illinois the only state to extend Medicaid-like benefits to seniors, regardless of immigration status.
We’ve compiled a reading list acknowledging that, while it’s important to have information, this list is not a prescription.
A new study says racial and social disparities. But there are real differences based on race, gender and class.
Advocates say women who are victims of police brutality are often overlooked.
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.