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Chicago Public Schools Announces School Year Will Start Remotely
The decision is a pivot from previous plans to combine in-person and virtual learning in the fall, which the Chicago Teachers Union vehemently disagreed with and reportedly planned to strike over.
Rev. Craig Nash Speaks Out About Policing in Black Communities
Community leader Rev. Craig Nash is speaking out about violent policing in Black communities, like his own in Chicago
Jussie Smollett Indicted On 6 New Charges over Alleged Hate Crime Controversy
Smollett has been embroiled in controversy for more than a year, after allegedly falsely reporting that he was a victim of a hate crime.
Chicago Elementary School Forces 9-Year-Old Into the Cold Without a Jacket
This nine-year-old child was dragged out of his school and into the cold while wearing only a t-shirt, as his principal watched in approval.
How Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Plans to Fix Violence in the City
Chicago’s new mayor Lori Lightfoot has a different plan to tackle violence—she will face violence and crime as a public health crisis.
Chicago Experiences Most Violent Weekend of 2019 with 52 Shot, 10 Dead
52 people were shot over the weekend in Chicago, with 10 reported deaths, making it the city’s most violent weekend of 2019.
Lori Lightfoot Is Chicago's First Openly Gay Black Woman Mayor
Lori Lightfoot is paving the way for women in politics — meet Chicago's first openly gay and Black woman mayor.
Chicago Makes History with Openly Gay Black Mayor Lori Lightfoot
Meet Lori Lightfoot, Chicago's first openly gay and Black woman mayor.
Chicago Activist Frank Chapman of NAARPR on Jussie Smollett Case
This Chicago activist spoke out about the Jussie Smollett case.
Peace Warriors' Audrey Wright Makes Emotional Plea to End Gun Violence in Chicago
"My generation either dies before we live to see 18, or we celebrate because we have made it to see our 18th birthday."
How to Help People Experiencing Homelessness During Polar Vortex
Here’s how to help people who are homeless during the polar vortex
Chicago Officers Acquitted of Covering Up Laquan McDonald's 2014 Murder
Three Chicago cops have been acquitted of covering up the killing of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald
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