To win the Democratic primary in the governor’s race, a candidate must energize and capture the party’s crucial base — African Americans.
With each new shooting in Chicago, I have become more terrified of guns and the people who carry them. It’s time I actually met one.
“We have conflated racist rhetoric and bigotry and bombast and wealth with authenticity. That’s why we ended up with Bruce Rauner and Donald Trump.”
These affronts blew up the internet. Outraged black women are laying into social media to tell their tales.
While the politicians and poseurs scramble for power, jobs and clout, Chicago State’s students languish.
But Foxx likes to temper her law-and-order mantra with compassion and street wisdom. A
Chicagoans in the communities most affected by police misconduct are growing skeptical, wondering if anything fundamental will change.