Mari Devereaux

Editorial Intern
Shoppers visiting the Andersonville Farmers Market can now bring furry friends and touch products before making their purchases. Masks, social distancing and the use of sanitizer are still required though.
Organizers and mothers with prison abolition groups are demanding that Gov. Pritzker grant clemency requests for Mother’s Day, allowing mothers and children to be reunited.
Susan Catherine Edgerton alleges in a federal lawsuit that she was subjected to inappropriate comments, extra duties and double standards while working as the hospitality coordinator aboard the aquarium’s research boat.
“Ramadan — A Month of Healing & Hope for Humanity,” a campaign created by Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago and GainPeace, aims to connect Muslims with fellow community members.
During her time in Chicago, Jetta Norris Jones broke barriers, becoming the first Black woman trustee at the Art Institute. She worked on the mayoral campaign of Harold Washington and later served in his cabinet.
Morgan Urso was told she could no longer be part of Team Illinois Hockey after she disclosed her experience with depression and suicidal thoughts.
The boy’s family decided to share video of the incident to inspire others.
Members of the Little Village Community Council and other advocates made several demands of Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, including revoking prosecutor Jim Murphy’s law license and immediately arresting the officer who shot the 13-year-old on March 29.
After more than 35 years of covering major events like the HIV/AIDS epidemic and writing about diverse communities, Chicago’s main LGBTQ publication is still going strong.