The Do Not Stand Idly By campaign wants to put the onus on the gun manufacturers to ensure their highest priority is gun safety.
But the initiative is about more than the small stipend. It’s about trusting communities to know what is best for the people who live there.
Some Hurricane Maria evacuees call Humboldt Park home a year after the Category 4 storm hit Puerto Rico, devastating the island.
For nearly a month, Kanye West has been reconnecting with old friends, connecting with local activists and teasing new projects.
Friends and fellow firefighters joined hands during a prayer circle Monday following the unexpected death of an off-duty Chicago firefighter.
Since 2014, the program has sold 1,246 lots on the South Side and the West Side that are now contributing over $500,000 a year in property taxes.
The Little Village Environmental Justice Organization voiced their opposition to a proposal for a new distribution center.
Riders and community organizers are happy the No. 31 route will continue but are upset at how CTA has managed the pilot for the last two years.
Rev. Gregory Livingston didn’t expect the protest to last long, and he figured he would be arrested immediately. He already had his bail money ready.
Protesters plan to shut down the Kennedy near O’Hare International Airport on Monday. It would be the third protest affecting travelers this summer.
The latest victim was Holy Angels Catholic School in the Oakland neighborhood. The theft shut off the power, forcing the school to cancel classes.
“To look at all your hard work be reduced to rubble is devastating,” a neighbor said.
Dozens of Chicago restaurant owners and chefs converged in South Shore on Saturday to showcase black contributions ot the culinary world.
People who loved Estell Roberson took to Facebook to share both anger and sorrow over losing her to gun violence.
Activists and politicians are demanding answers about an investigation into the finances of the group that has staged the parade Downtown.