The Greater Chicago Food Depository distributes free lunches to children during the summer.
Barbers across Chicago’s West and South sides have an impact on the people who come into their shops.
The Puerto Rican Arts Alliance has partnered with the Puerto Rican Police Association for its intense summer music program in Logan Square.
The “Call Me MISTER” program, now at UIC, aims to introduce more black and Latino male teachers into the Chicago Public School system.
Chicago’s downtown experienced job growth, but the number of residents living in majority-black communities working there has dropped.
A $169 million industrial complex is planned for a former Republic Steel plant site just north of Ford’s Torrence Avenue plant.
State police had initially blocked two lanes of inbound traffic for the marchers, but they eventually opted to close all lanes.
Protesters, led by Father Michael Pfleger, are demanding “national common-sense gun laws, jobs, excellent schools and economic development.”
The West Side neighborhood has welcomed Farm on Ogden, a new urban agriculture facility promoting healthy eating and job training in the community.
Black and Latinx families will still struggle to make a living wage under the new minimum wage.
The Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center brings Puerto Rican artist affected by Hurricane Maria to Chicago for a public art series.
Tenants charge St. Edmunds Village Apartments’ building management of neglect in Washington Park.
Cook County’s black population is declining for the seventh straight year according to U.S. Census Data