Jade Yan

You can move through this list to view some key places and events in the city’s LGBTQ+ communities and history.
In a male-dominated graffiti scene, artists Bel and Phina’s all-female graffiti-painting events have created a maze of murals in the alleys in the shadows of the Cook County Jail.
Chicago Police Supt. David Brown said police “are hoping for peaceful protests but are preparing if agitators come in.”
‘Inmigrantes Como Nosotros’ dice que hace “el 90% del trabajo que hacen los abogados” y no cobra por nada.
Immigrants Like Us says it will do “90% of work that lawyers do” — and won’t charge for anything. Co-founder Jonathan Petts said he wants to make immigration as accessible as possible.
About 1,000 nurses voted Wednesday to authorize a strike.
El muralista y grafitero de 35 años llama a su trabajo “un buffet de lo que estuve expuesto” en su infancia y adolescencia en La Villita y Pilsen.
Chicagoans saw their trees uprooted, split in half, falling onto cars and houses. We gathered some information on what to do afterwards.
“When people start to see themselves reflected outside, they feel more comfortable,” said one of the organization’s Chicago leaders, Christine Meissner. “We’re creating a network like a family.”